#MammothStories: Gabe Taylor “Super Park”

In the history of freestyle snowboarding, the early 2000s marked when more pro riders were coming out of and to Mammoth Mountain because its park was bigger than anything else at the time. Gabe Taylor was among this prime crop of shreds that has had an illustrious career, outlasting the iconic pink rails of the Mammoth park. Here he is contributing to the collection of #MammothStories on how the jumps live up to the name of California’s snowboard mecca.

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