It unites skiers and snowboarders, obstacles and backcountry, beginners and experts, adrenaline and natural experience. The Stash – a paradise for freestylers and freeriders!
Whilst the skier enjoys endless kilometres of freshly-prepared slopes, loves the feeling of crunchy snow and makes refreshment stops in cosy, rustic ski huts - freestylers and snowboarders prefer things a bit more action-packed.
“The Stash“ belongs to the 7 various sections in the Absolutpark and makes the heart of every freeskier and boarder beat faster – here you can really let your creativity to run wild. The speciality of the park area is that the pistes are neither prepared, nor the obstacles shaped to the very last detail.
Lots of riders associate skiing in deep snow with a great feeling of freedom in unspoilt terrain and soft snow. In “The Stash“ skiers are in completely safe terrain and at the same time intensively connected with nature. The best thing about it? – This “backcountry“ area is accessible via the “Powder Shuttle“ or “Lumberjack Shuttle“ lifts.
For kids and beginners and all those wishing to work on their skills and try out new tricks – the Lil‘ Stash is the perfect training ground. Thanks to wide, easy wooden boxes and rails this small beginner line is ideal for learning to freestyle.
The idea for “The Stash“ came from no lesser than Jake Burton and snowboard legend Craig Kelly, worldwide there’s only site. The figures and obstacles are all hand-crafted by US-American artist Bob King.
Between the rides you can meet up at the “Chill House“ at the end of the Absolut Park – as every action-loving skier and boarder needs a break now and again. With an indoor mini skate ramp, boulder wall and a large chill-out area with videos walls, you’ll find everything in the ultimate freestyle meeting point your heart could desire.
Tips & Info: HERE you can find all information about the Absolut Park