"My day consisted of a bunch of fun things. We started off taking a gondola ride to the peak of the mountain to meet up with the terrain park manager. Once we were with him, he took us on a ride through the large park. We stopped a couple times on the way so he could talk about some features they had put it in. The next stop was to the park shop where Brian talked to us for a while about all the different kinds of things it takes to keep the park up and running. He explained how they make the jumps: they have to build the landing before they build the take off, and then they take a chainsaw to the sides of the take off to make sure the sides are aligned perfect. I thought that was pretty cool because that's something I didn't know before. After we were done with Brian, we got to free ride and go off on our own and explore the mountain. We went back to the peak again and stopped at the restaurant at the top, and we went out on to the deck and had this really nice view. We eventually rode back down and hopped on the little train they have that takes you to and from the opposite side of the mountain. We went to the top of that side and explored most of that side. After, we had lunch and then went back out and hit the medium and small terrain park for the rest of the day. It was a pretty sick day out at Loon."
- Jordan C.