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Loon Mountain Takes Terrain Park Title, East Coast

Launching off Babe the Blue Ox in Loon’s Burton Lil’ Stash, a gladed terrain park for young riders.  - © Gus Noffke

Launching off Babe the Blue Ox in Loon’s Burton Lil’ Stash, a gladed terrain park for young riders.
Copyright: Gus Noffke

Launching off Babe the Blue Ox in Loon’s Burton Lil’ Stash, a gladed terrain park for young riders.  - © Gus Noffke
Loon Mountain Resort is home to the only superpipe in New Hampshire. Rider: Seth Learned. - © Gus Noffke

Loon Mountain Resort is home to the only superpipe in New Hampshire. Rider: Seth Learned.
Copyright: Gus Noffke

Loon Mountain Resort is home to the only superpipe in New Hampshire. Rider: Seth Learned. - © Gus Noffke
A rider slides a rail in the nearly mile-long Loon Mountain Park.  - © Gus Noffke

A rider slides a rail in the nearly mile-long Loon Mountain Park.
Copyright: Gus Noffke

A rider slides a rail in the nearly mile-long Loon Mountain Park.  - © Gus Noffke
Kids as young as 3 years old can learn to snowboard at Loon’s Burton Riglet Park.  - © Dan Brown

Kids as young as 3 years old can learn to snowboard at Loon’s Burton Riglet Park.
Copyright: Dan Brown

Kids as young as 3 years old can learn to snowboard at Loon’s Burton Riglet Park.  - © Dan Brown
Rider, Travis Neuenhaus hits a massive gap jump in Loon Mountain Park, the biggest of Loon’s six terrain parks. - © Gus Noffke

Rider, Travis Neuenhaus hits a massive gap jump in Loon Mountain Park, the biggest of Loon’s six terrain parks.
Copyright: Gus Noffke

Rider, Travis Neuenhaus hits a massive gap jump in Loon Mountain Park, the biggest of Loon’s six terrain parks. - © Gus Noffke
Travis Neuenhaus launches off a massive hip at Loon’s annual Last Call event in March. - © Gus Noffke

Travis Neuenhaus launches off a massive hip at Loon’s annual Last Call event in March.
Copyright: Gus Noffke

Travis Neuenhaus launches off a massive hip at Loon’s annual Last Call event in March. - © Gus Noffke
Loon has one of the most creative terrain park crews around, as evidenced by this crazy xylophone feature built for Last Call in 2014. - © Gus Noffke

Loon has one of the most creative terrain park crews around, as evidenced by this crazy xylophone feature built for Last Call in 2014.
Copyright: Gus Noffke

Loon has one of the most creative terrain park crews around, as evidenced by this crazy xylophone feature built for Last Call in 2014. - © Gus Noffke

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