The feeling of a big arena in front of breath-taking scenery coupled with a most
innovative park design – once a true insiders’ tip, the STANTON Park has
established itself as true freestyle highlight as early as in its three first seasons. So,
if you not only want to enjoy endless powder runs, but are also looking for a
masterly shaped setup, the STANTON Park is your place to be! With our new
partner, O'Neill, extended terrain works during the summer and more
innovations, the Arlberg will be the perfect playground for all freestylers also this
Winter is coming closer and just like last season the STANTON Park is getting ready for once
again becoming the perfect playground for the freestyle community. The park-areal is
perfectly accessible with two lifts, which means you can do loads of runs within a short time
and literally shred ‘til you drop! But the connection to the lifts isn’t the only thing making the
location of the park perfect. For all of you who want to watch what’s going on in the park in
a little more laid back manner, the Rendl terrace with its bars and restaurants will give you
the perfect opportunity to chill and observing the pros doing their tricks. That’s also one of
the aspects parkdesigner Rene Friedl likes about the park: “From the huge terrace you've got
a perfect view on what's going on in the park – an absolutely phat location!”
3 Lines – 1 Mission: SHRED OR GO HOME
Beginning at the summit station Rendl, also in the season of 2013/2014 the park area
includes three infamous sectors, guaranteeing freestyle for all skill levels. The famed Proline
with its huge kickers and loads of rails and boxes, the popular Medium Kickerline located at
the center, with jumps between 7 and 11 meters and, of course, the Jibline, inviting you to
let off some steam on different rails and boxes. In order to regularly offer new challenges to
the riders, just like last year, a couple of innovations have been integrated in the setup and
we can all look forward to a few ingenious arrangements.
This season we’re pleased to welcome the world-famous surf, snow and lifestyle giant O’Neill
as official Park sponsor and you can rest assured that a fruitful partnership is on its way,
bringing the STANTON Park one step further towards the hall of fame of the Alps’ best parks.
Let the Play Begin!
Due to creative park elements and the unique arena-like feeling, the STANTON Park is a
superlative contest location. Last season, at the legendary Kirschbaum Battle, the Freestyle
Challenge was proclaimed, summoning not only local heroes from the snowboard and freeski
scenes. More than 70 riders as well as countless freestyle fans met in a perfectly shaped
STANTON Park, where it was ‘eat or get eaten’ – the riders stopped at nothing! Afterwards,
however, everyone was partying together – as is the custom in the freestyle community.
New challenges can be expected by all visitors, which will feel like riding in an arena, due to extraordinary infrastructure of the area. As the park is located directly in front of the RendlBeach with terrace, bar and restaurant, park riders are perfectly staged.
This combination of innovative park design, unique arena atmosphere and an ideal integration of the park into the existing mountain infrastructure, obviously makes the STANTON PARK a superior contest location.
1 Pro kicker with 3 Tables, with each 17m, 12m and 8m
1 Double medium kicker line with 9m tables
1 Double beginner kicker line with 5m tables
1 Funcross line with 5 waves and 5 steep banks
Superior freeride terrain directly accessible by the slopes at the Rendl
According to the snow conditions you can find natural pipes, corners, spines and kicker
Diversified powder routes till the valley
Rules- snowboarders have to be out of the binding with one leg when they go up with the lift.
The Arlberger Mountain Railway in cooperation with QParks have set up a
new attraction between the Osthang and Zammermoos lifts: The Funslope.
Funslope is a mixture of a slope and a snowpark with additional
elements from ski cross. The elements in the Funslope partly resemble
those which one knows from beginner snowparks, for example boxes and
small jumps, however, other aspects like bridges, the tunnel and the
"snail" differ, which the kids particularly love! [ ... read more ]