Timberline at Mount Hood is often seen as the holy grail of summer snowboarding (and for good reason), but what happens between the wet winter and the influx of summer camps is a mystery. The Keep The Change gang answers all of these questions and more in three minutes, and it’s safe to say that hot laps on Stormin’ Norman have never looked so good.
SO MUCH MORE THAN JUMPS AND RAILS
Although Timberline has been a freestyle leader from the start, there is endless terrain to carve and slash if jumps and jibs are not your “thing”. If you want to work those edges out and burn some turns look no further than Hood, there’s terrain for riders of all abilities. If you are lucky you might even score a powder day in June! (Break out the Cool Bean)
KTC at Timberline documents a week of spring on Hood and features K2 team riders Mark Wilson and Parker Szumowski riding a very limited edition 2017-18 K2 Happy Hour (sneak peek!). Find them alongside friends Mike Ravelson, Derrek Lever, and Ben Bilodeau as they make each and every obstacle on the hill a terrain park feature (even a safety net).
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