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Why should you implement Fun Cross tracks on your ski slopes?

Snow parks became very popular among younger ski resort visitors and most of them want to experience the fun and pleasure that they provide. However, fact is that even the easiest, beginner-level elements and obstacles in the snow park, are too demanding for the majority of ski resort visitors.

One of the best and most popular solutions for the majority of ski resort visitors who want to experience the similar feeling as in a snow park, however with less required skills, is a family or fun cross slope. The Fun Cross originates from ski and snowboard cross tracks, although with smaller obstacles.


Fun cross tracks are a must have for any family oriented ski resort as younger visitors usually get quickly fed up with carving down the slopes. Fun cross tracks are usually built on less steep terrain so that visitors can easily control the flow and speed.

Berms, rollers and table tops are considered the most common fun cross objects. Furthermore the overall experience for younger visitors can be enhanced with thematic figures and creations such as cowboys, creatures etc. in order to make skiing on the track more fun and compelling. More advanced fun cross tracks can be enhanced with beginner-level snow park obstacles. In that way the resort does not only gain a fun track but also a beginner-level snow park. Fun cross tracks are not only compelling to younger visitors, but are a nice addition for any skier or snowboarder.

Wideness of the fun cross track starts at 7 m and can expand, depending on the available space on the slope. The whole track is usually designed in a way that enables fast and easy maintenance with a standard snow groomer and without the need of any special driving skills.

The track should be positioned close to snow cannons in order to prevent the snow from moving off the remote areas. In most cases the whole track is made of snow so that it can be changed or upgraded in every season. Basic objects like berms and bigger waves can also be built from dirt to reduce the amount of snow needed; however this will limit the possibility for future changes and upgrades.

Fun cross tracks are usually available without any additional fee; however some larger tracks may also require upgrading the classic ski ticket, depending on the ski resort and their policy. After a heavy snowfall it is not such a big problem to re-shape or rebuild the track, because you can always change or upgrade something. Creativity, design and safety represent the main benefits of fun cross tracks. Furthermore they can be enhanced with a variety of events, animations and other attractions that will not only satisfy the kids but also other visitors.

Snow parks became very popular among younger ski resort visitors and most of them want to experience the fun and pleasure that they provide. However, fact is that even the easiest, beginner-level elements and obstacles in the snow park, are too demanding for the majority of ski resort visitors.One of the best and most popular solutions for the majority of ski resort visitors who want to experience the similar feeling as in a snow park, however with less required skills, is a family or fun cross slope. The Fun Cross originates from ski and snowboard cross tracks, although with smaller obstacles.

Fun cross tracks are a must have for any family oriented ski resort as younger visitors usually get quickly fed up with carving down the slopes. Fun cross tracks are usually built on less steep terrain so that visitors can easily control the flow and speed.Berms, rollers and table tops are considered the most common fun cross objects. Furthermore the overall experience for younger visitors can be enhanced with thematic figures and creations such as cowboys, creatures etc. in order to make skiing on the track more fun and compelling. More advanced fun cross tracks can be enhanced with beginner-level snow park obstacles. In that way the resort does not only gain a fun track but also a beginner-level snow park.

Fun cross tracks are not only compelling to younger visitors, but are a nice addition for any skier or snowboarder.Wideness of the fun cross track starts at 7 m and can expand, depending on the available space on the slope. The whole track is usually designed in a way that enables fast and easy maintenance with a standard snow groomer and without the need of any special driving skills.The track should be positioned close to snow cannons in order to prevent the snow from moving off the remote areas. In most cases the whole track is made of snow so that it can be changed or upgraded in every season. Basic objects like berms and bigger waves can also be built from dirt to reduce the amount of snow needed; however this will limit the possibility for future changes and upgrades.

Fun cross tracks are usually available without any additional fee; however some larger tracks may also require upgrading the classic ski ticket, depending on the ski resort and their policy. After a heavy snowfall it is not such a big problem to re-shape or rebuild the track, because you can always change or upgrade something. Creativity, design and safety represent the main benefits of fun cross tracks. Furthermore they can be enhanced with a variety of events, animations and other attractions that will not only satisfy the kids but also other visitors.

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