Park City Mountain Resort recently announced a partnership with Neff Headwear through which they will build Neff Land, a brand new terrain park in the ski area. Luckily for skiers and snowboarders everywhere, it will open in time for the 2012-2013 season.
Park City is known for their top-ranked parks and pipe, so the addition of Neff Land will only add to their accolades. The “I Ride Park City” innovative park and pipe scene just keeps getting better and better. Consistently named one of the top terrain parks in the country, the new addition will likely secure that spot for a long time to come.
“I couldn’t be more excited to incorporate Neff’s style and creativity into our own terrain park features,” said Jeremy Cooper, Park City Mountain Resort’s terrain park manager. “We always look to push the envelope of park progression, and our collaboration with Neff is that next step.”
Neff Headwear was started in 2002 by Shaun Neff and was the first authentic core and skate headwear company in the world. It is synonymous with creative design when it comes to covering your cranium, so it will be exciting to see what they come up with for the park. Neff Land will combine the imagination of the Neff design team with the resort’s drive for pushing the boundaries of the sport.
“It’s a dream come true,” said Shaun Neff, CEO of Neff Headwear. “Ten years ago I gave the first Neff beanies away to the top snow athletes in the world at Park City Mountain Resort. Now to have the opportunity to custom design a one-of-a-kind shred park at that very same mountain where it all started for Neff is truly an honor. Never have a brand and a resort come together to create a park experience like Neff Land. I can’t wait to reveal it this winter.”
The new park will fill the area formerly known as The Ridge Terrain Park and will join 3 Kings Park, King’s Crown Park, and the Eagle Superpipe in composing the the resort’s park and pipe scene.
Neff says the company is like “a gumball machine spitting out endless flavors for the world to consume.” We look forward to see the form that creative energy takes when construction on the park begins.