Danny Davis releases the sixth installment of Peace park, a creative, fun, and inspiring snowboard experience. With the help of Mountain Dew and Snow Park Technologies (SPT) Danny continues to experiment and push the boundaries of snowboarding in a competition format. This year, a variety of new elements were thrown into the mix that includes a banked slalom inspired race, hand-plant contests and more.
"THE COOL PART ABOUT PEACE PARK IS THAT EVERY SNOWBOARDER HAS TO BE A GREAT OVERALL RIDER, A MASTER OF ALL TERRAINS, AND LUKE WAS THE PERFECT FIT."‑ DANNY DAVIS
This year's Peace Park also introduced its first-ever qualifier event at Okemo Resort in Vermont, making it possible for one lucky amateur snowboarder to earn a spot at the main event at Gran Targhee Resort. "I wanted to make it possible for a kid to get a chance to come to Peace Park," says Davis. Luke Winkelman won an all-expense paid trip to Gran Targhee. "The cool part about PEACE PARK is that every snowboarder has to be a great overall rider, a master of all terrains, and Luke was the perfect fit." Davis explains the exciting new opportunities to open Pace Park to a fresh, new talented rider.
Tune into ABC nationally to watch PEACE PARK on "World of X Games" Sunday, November 26 at 3 pm ET, 2 pm CT/PT and 1 pm MT. Following the TV airing, the film will be available globally online via both Mountain Dew and The Peace Park's YouTube channels.
Photos by Deen Blotto. IG: @deanblottogray