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Where progression takes you.
Jump and Jib Features
The Aomori Park is meticulously shaped by John Melville from Development Snowparks. John and his team are heavily involved from first concepts right through to the final touches of lip shaping.
The Aomori Park opens late December and runs until closing day in April. The halfpipe is open from January until April (indication only; opening subject to conditions).
The park and pipe open daily from 9am in the morning until 9pm at night, 7 days a week (conditions permitting). If you intend to ride the halfpipe, please fill out a waiver form at the ticket counter.
Small-Medium Jump Line
Where it all begins; these are perfect for getting air for the first time, learning new tricks, or just getting playful.
Large-XL Jump Line
Working on the latest double? These are for big boys only… this is where it gets crazy!
Boxes and Rails
Enter hardways – lock it in – ride away clean! There’s over 20 different rail and box features to keep the flavours constantly changing.
Learn to ride transition or send it with an ocean backdrop, these left and right handed hips are so much fun!
There are very few 22ft halfpipes in Japan and certainly none as good as this!
Air bag progression sessions, as part of the various Aomori Parks’ Camps.
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