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At the Camden Snow Bowl our Terrain Park crew is committed to design, construction and regular maintenance to provide a high quality freestyle experience. There is a member of the park crew on duty just about whenever the park is open. He or she not only maintains the elements, but also helps ensure a positive environment to ski and ride in.
Camden Snow Bowl announces a new four-part Terrain Park competition to begin Friday, January 23 at 4PM. All ages, all disciplines, best trick, best wreck! If these words mean anything to you, then come compete! Terrain Park manager, Steve Pixley and Designer, Tom Beauregard have created a special terrain park at the foot of Windjammer especially for this first competition for both riders and skiers. There are eight elements in the first competition, including two brand new elements called “flat up flat box” and “rail”. The competition includes a 20 minute jam session with 2 judges per discipline, including best trick and best wreck. Side Country Sports has provided gift certificate prizes for the winners. Entry fee, in keeping with the fun spirit of the competition, is only $5.00. With the current terrain park so close to the Snow Bowl lodge, this is a great time to come observe the competition, too. The four-part terrain park competition series takes place, January 23, February 1, February 6, and February 13.
Become a PARK SHARK and learn more about Terrain Park safety and etiquette:
The Snow Bowl is CLOSED MONDAYS and TUESDAYS except on Holidays and Maine school vacations.
BE AWARE / SKI WITH CARE!
Skiing to Endanger, Reckless Skiing, violations of the Skiers Responsibility Code, Snow Bowl Facilities or Policies may result in loss of skiing privileges without refund.