The park includes eight features comprising of rails and boxes and is designed to introduce riders to the thrill of park riding.
The features can also be clipped together to make multiple variations allowing the field staff to change the park regularly keeping the Jazz Fun Park fresh and interesting. Being light-weight they can also be moved by snowmobile, groomer or even skied to different areas of the mountain for competitions and coaching purposes.
“We are thrilled to have broadened our repertoire of on-mountain experiences. The Jazz Fun Park will be great for our young visitors, to help develop their confidence in a terrain park purpose built for this sector,” said sales manager Julia Atkinson.
The Jazz Fun Park will be located at the bottom of the Bullet trail in the Saddle Basin and will be up and running when the mountain is open for the season.
Jazz Apples (ENZA) is the major supporter of the Fun Park and has confirmed their support to developing the youth’s freestyle advancement and enjoyment over the next three years.
Treble Cone early bird season passes are on sale until 31 March 2012 through the website or by visiting the downtown Wanaka office at 24 Dungarvon Street.
Treble Cone will open on 28 June with a scheduled closing day of 30 September. For further information, visit www.treblecone.com.