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Terrain Parks 9 / 10
Overall: *48 / 60
*6 out of 10 categories rated

      Terrain-park A51 and fantastic powder runs in the outback!

      We’re letting the cat out of the bag. Keystone obtains 4,5 stars out of 5 in the snowboard category and is therefore awarded “Top for snowboarders”. The terrain park A 51 (unfortunately closed during time of testing due to lack of snow) largely contributed to the award. The terrain park is composed of several sections. The “A51 Incubator” will enthuse any less skilled boarder as several easy obstacles wait to be conquered. “Park Lane” and “Main Street” featuring kickers, rails and two halfpipe definitely require skill and talent. The tow passenger chair “A-51” has solely one purpose, taking the boarders back to the top of the terrain park. All free riders among riders will have their dreams come true at the “North Peak” and “The Outback”. Those looking for pristine powder tracks can get to the nicest spots only on foot (see expert category). Snowboard novices are better off on the groomed terrain at “Dercum Mountain”. The descents in the remoter areas of the ski resort are too demanding for beginners. For “first steps” on snow we recommend the practicing area at the “Docovery Chair” or the ski school terrain at the “Summit Express” and the “Peru Express” (details see beginners category)

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