Danny Davis discusses his new Peace Park project as the competition season kicks off at Dew Tour

Danny Davis at Peace Park Danny Davis kicking back during the Peace Park shoot. | Photo: Adam Moran

This past weekend we headed up to Dew Tour at Breckenridge to kick off what will be one of the best competition seasons ever. With some down time, we met up with the one and only Danny Davis to get away from the scene and discuss his new Peace Park project that went down at Squaw Valley last spring.

A version of the prior year’s Peace Pipe, Danny gives us the low down on how Peace Park came together and its transformation from a more pipe style course (if that’s what you can even call it) to a more skate inspired park where multiple features come into play.

See Also: Watch the Peace Park teaser to get an idea of exactly what we are talking about

Danny Davis going huge at Peace Park Danny going huge off one of the many booters included in the new Peace Park setup. | Photo: Adam Moran

Have a listen below to see what Danny had to say and tune in to NBC on Sunday, December 22 at 2:30pm EST to watch the full Peace Park project go down. Trust us, we got a private viewing during Dew Tour and I have to say this is one of the coolest projects we’ve seen in snowboarding. It could change everything, and we hope it does!

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