stanton park - Freestyle Ski & Snowboard
Freestyle action in the fun park
St. Anton am Arlberg has made a name for itself in the international winter sports scene, and above all as a magnet for freeriders. The wide and open area around Rendl has long been an unmissable destination on the international freeride scene for years. Its endless powder runs, and the finely structured terrain in the centre of a breathtaking panorama, both inspire and tempt you to just dust off...
And park fans really do get more bangs for their buck at stanton park. With two ski lifts serving this unique freestyle garden, you can quickly get up and down, and up again, without waiting in long queues. And because it’s so close to Rendl mountain station, and its famous ‘beach’, there are plenty of bars and restaurants to relax and kick back in. And, of course, Rendl Beach, with its terraces overlooking the park, is the perfect spot to catch some rays from above while checking out some moves from the freestylers below...
Starting from the Rendl mountain station, the park area extends over three areas that guarantee freestyle fun for every level of ability. The Proline has big kickers, and lots of rails and boxes. The medium kicker line in the centre offers jumps between 7 and 11 metres and various jibs. On the jibline, snowboarders can let off steam on various boxes and rails. In addition, the park’s designer, Jure Gradic, and his shape crew regularly vary its design. This interplay of innovative park design, unique arena flair and optimal integration of the park into the existing mountain terrain make stanton park a superlative contest location, which is why it ranks in the top 3 of Europe’s best snow parks.
Top 3 in Europe’s 50 best snowparks...
‘If you want to combine powder runs with laps in a perfectly shaped park, St. Anton is your place to be! The entire area around the park is easily accessible with two lifts, which means you can do laps in the park until you are exhausted! Stanton.park has created a setup that is suitable for all abilities. The Proline will push you to your limits, and the Mediumline is perfect for pushing your skills’...so says the review from ridestore.de.
200 kilometres of marked powder runs and numerous other alternatives make the Arlberg a paradise for freeriders. So, your safety is very important and comes first on every excursion into this terrain. This doesn't just include regular avalanche explosions; it’s also important to give freeriders the opportunity to prepare for the dangers in the terrain.
A first-class freeride area in the immediate vicinity of the slopes is, for example, directly on Rendl. And when there is fresh snow, the area offers natural pipes, corners, spines and natural kickers, as well as a wide variety of deep snow runs down to the valley.
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