On the Shuttleberg you will find the biggest snow park in Austria: The Absolut Park. Several national and international snowboard and freeski contests are organized here every year and confirm the high quality of the freestyle park. And if you've always wanted to try one of the six Burton The Stash Parks that exist worldwide, you've come to the right place: We have a big Stash and a Lil' Stash with smaller obstacles for freestyle beginners.
The Absolut Park is not only Austria’s biggest snow park, but it is also one of the most famous terrain parks in the world. In an area of over 1.5 kilometres in length, freeskiers and snowboarders are spoilt with choice thanks to around 100 kickers, boxes and rails, which are maintained daily by an experienced shape crew.
Whether you are a pro or a freestyle beginner, there are different areas for different levels in the Absolut Park. You'll certainly find obstacles that suits your abilities.
The Absolut Park is located along the Absolut Shuttle, beginning at the top station and continuing all the way down to the Chill House.
The Stash Park does not offer you perfectly groomed slopes, but instead, you can get creative. There are obstacles made of wood and snow integrated into the natural terrain, and you can usually ride them in several ways. The terrain also offers plenty of opportunities for powder runs.
Originally, Jake Burton and snowboard legend Craig Kelly had the idea for The Stash, and there are only six of these parks worldwide. The American artist Bob King made the hand-carved figures and obstacles.
The Stash starts below the top station of the Powder Shuttle, directly after the Lil' Stash, and extends all over the terrain to the bottom station.
The Lil' Stash is an area with broad, easy to ride wooden boxes and rails, a wave track and three small kickers in a row. Here kids and beginners can slowly and without risk try first freestyle tricks before they venture to the larger obstacles in The Stash.
The Lil' Stash is located directly below the top station of the Powder Shuttle, on top of The Stash.
Every Friday you have the opportunity to train with a coach at the Absolut Park on Rad Day. Tailored to your skills, you will learn new tricks during the freestyle coaching. During lunch break you will enjoy a gourmet burger lunch at the Frauenalm, before recording your progress with follow cam and drone in the afternoon. Of course you will get the videos - to post, share and take home with you.
This offer is part of the Ski amadé made my day packages.
Costs: Euro 98,- per person (max. 8 persons)
Time: 9.30 a.m. to 3.30 p.m.
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