Gould’s Freeride Camp Scopes Keystone.
After an early night the guys were chomping at the bit to get on hill. Do we want to go to Breckenridge or Keystone? How about Vail or Arapahoe Basin? With an Epic Pass in our pocket our options are wide open..
We spend an hour or so eating breakfast and packing bag lunches, while we make some phone calls about current conditions and park setups. After evaluating current intel we decide that Keystone is the spot to get started. They are boasting more than 30 jibs and rumored to be opening jumps soon.
After a 15 minute drive to the mountain, we pick up our passes and head up the hill. We find out that the jumps aren’t ready, but there are more jibs than we’ve seen all season. Stoked on the setup, we get right after it and start acclimating to the Rocky Mountain altitude.
Kyler got right after Lip 270 Pretz 270 on the first feature in the park.
Jay though down Front 2’s, Blind 2’s and front 4’s off of every feature he could find.
It only took a few laps for Roger to start attacking rails.
Stangel wasted no time spinning hot-laps himself!
Brad put in some work on his 270’s.
Jack is already getting more comfortable on rails.
Dan threw down some great Front 270’s out of a handful of rails.
Charlie spent the day making every feature his own.
Harvey was feeling it with spins out of every feature.
Halper was setting some big spins out of this Cannon Jib.
Beuregard even got in some laps on the rails before he started doing any filming.
Rene is tough to catch on camera, but he had some steezy runs for sure.
Connor threw down some nice 270’s onto this steep down rail.
Riley setting a 3 swap on this dub-kink.
There may not have been any jumps, but everyone had a great day getting there legs under them. At the end of the day everyone was beat and looking forward to tomorrow. All in all a great start to our trip!