Forum’s The Streets kicks off at Seven Springs

The Streets are now open, forever changing the game of park building with innovative and original street inspired features. An incredible amount of detail has gone into fabricating The Streets park at Seven Springs Resort in western Pennsylvania. After months of planning and building, the final result is groundbreaking. The collaborative effort between the Forum team, Seven Springs park crew, and Snow Park Technology equals out to a new wave of terrain parks. 

Closeouts, gap ledges, down rails, light pole jams, wall rides, rail to banks, and concrete ledges are just a few of the features in The Streets. This assortment seems pretty normal at first, but the street inspired details make this park more unique than any other in the world. The options are endless up in The Streets. There's no other time then now to get your act together and send it straight to Seven Springs to experience it all for yourself. 

Much respect goes out to Joel Rerko, SPT, and the entire Seven Springs park crew. These guys worked day in and day out getting everything dialed for this grand opening. As well as everyone over at Forum from the inside-out. Jon Spiris, Damien Etchaubard, Kevin Winkel and the rest of the crew behind the scenes.

Words & Photos: Alex Nawrocky

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