Planai - Hochwurzen
SUPERPARK PLANAI – READY, SHREDY, GO!
In recent years Superpark Planai has established itself as a superlative playground for freestylers
Want some airtime?
Then the Planai Superpark is exactly the place to go, whatever your skill level is. The Park is divided into Beginner's, Medium and Pro Kicker Line areas with a total of 17 kickers and a corner jump. The Pro Kicker Line with tables between 12 and 17 meters is definitely the highlight for any airtime junkie. With a total of 22 jib elements such as rails, tubes, boxes and mushrooms, jibbers will get their money's worth.
But even beginners will soon want more here!
- Beginner Jumps & Boxline
- Medium Kicker & Jib Line
- Advanced Kicker & Jib line
- Pro Kicker line with a total of 18 Jumps, 6 Tubes, 6 Jibs, 1special Jib (Stair Jet), 6 Rails, 6 Butterboxes, 5 Boxes
XL – 500 Meter
Level of Difficulty
No matter whether beginners or pros, you will find everything you could wish for, from easy via moderately difficult to demanding park elements.
The Planai Superpark is located in the upper Weitmoos area and can simply be reached via the Märchenwiese Cableway and the Weitmoos descent (Piste No. 8)
Best of Superpark Planai
Blue Tomato Plan P 2020
That was the QParks Tour kick-off at Superpark Planai
What a sweet contest that was! Over 70 riders, perfect weather, an incredible level and really good vibes – this sums up the Blue Tomato Plan P 2020 – the start of this year’s QParks Tour.
After overcast skies dominated in the morning, the weather god decided to eventually hop on the freestyle train. Because just when the qualification runs started, one could witness blue skies and warming sun rays. It was time for the kick-off – 26 snowboarders and 47 freeskiers slipped over the contest bibs. The training runs already indicated it and the contest eventually proved it: the rider level was terrific. The participants corked, flipped and spinned as much as they could.
This is also demonstrated by the contest’s Best Tricks. The Italian freeskier Filip Rabanser showed a spectacular Misty 450 out from the Flat Rail and was happy about the Blue Tomato voucher and the props from the judges. With his performance, Canada’s snowboard veteran Kael Hill might have shown the younger participants what to work on. His Backside 900 Mute was also rated as the Best Trick. Both, Filip and Kael have the chance to win a surf trip to the Free Spirit Hostel in Ecuador at the end of the QParks Tour.
All in all, the Blue Tomato Plan P at Superpark Planai was a great success. The statements of the riders already indicated it and the clips and pics provide the final evidence: Bluebird skies! On top of that, the Blue Tomato crew spoiled the riders with tasty snacks, fruit and tea.
The chill area was the ideal place to relax between the runs on this sunny day. On the other hand, the finely shaped setup at Superpark Planai was also tempting to enjoy easy-going jib laps. In the end, there’s nothing left for us than quoting the Snowboard Men winner Kael Hill: “It was totally shredtacular!”