Bachelor Party 2017 Chapter 4: An End To Endless

What a winter at Mt. Bachelor. Similar to northern California and much of Utah, Bend, Oregon was relentlessly pounded with one storm system after the next this past season. The final Bachelor Party of the year only keeps the ball rolling with more high-speed groomers, endless pow laps and wind lips, and even some park riding to round it all out. Featuring riding from Randal Seaton, Jonny Sischo, Justin Norman, Stratton Matteson, Teddy Shine, Justin Sampson, Will Dennis, Alex Kollar, Willis Grigsby, Jared Elston, and Dru Brownrigg.

Need some more turns? Mt. Bachelor has announced that it will be open for Fourth of July weekend. More details will be published to this page as they come in.

Watch also: Bachelor Party 2017 Chapter 3: The Gerry Lopez Big Wave Challenge


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Winter just would not stop at Mt. Bachelor, it was relentless. But with powder days off summit well into the middle of May, we were not complaining–winters like this don’t come often. No one in the crew would turn down another pow day but after nearly seven months of a seemingly endless string of storms, we were all eager for the clouds to part. We finally got a couple weeks of sun and warm temperatures at the tail end of May and the park was firing. This final chapter of Bachelor Party documents the riding from the last leg of the 2017 winter season at Mt. Bachelor.

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