A channel cut into the snow that looks like the half of a pipe.
Another term for a vert ramp, it is a U-shaped structure
a carved-out channel of snow that resembles a barrel split sideways
a long, deep trench dug in the snow and shaped like a pipe cut in half along its length
a structure used in dry gravity extreme sports such as skateboarding, freestyle BMX, or inline skating
a structure used in gravity extreme sports such as snowboarding , skateboarding , freestyle BMX and inline skating
a structure used in gravity extreme sports suchas snowboarding, skateboarding, freestyle BMX, or inline skating
a trench shaped like a U
a type of ramp used for skateboarding , BMX , and more recently inline
The snow structure in which the halfpipe competition takes place. It consists of two walls of the same height and size with a transition area in between. Snowboarders use the walls to perform aerial tricks while moving back and forth from wall to wall.
A snow structure built for freestyle snowboarding. It consists of opposing radial transition walls of the same height and size. Snowboarders utilize the halfpipe to catch air and perform tricks by traveling back and forth from wall to wall while moving down the fall line. The following are some recommended dimensions: Measurement Inclination 20 degrees Length 110 meters Width wall to wall 15 meters Height of walls 3 meters Transition radius 2 meters Vertical 20 centimeters Rollout deck width 1 meter Drop in height 3 meters
A snow structure consisting of opposing radical transition walls of the same height and size. Ditch-like feature running down the fall line with a relatively flat bottom, transitions on both sides, and a rollout deck. Riders travel back and forth from wall to wall while moving down the line
pipe-shaped snowboarding course
A U-shaped trench with walls on either side designed to help snowboarders accelerate and catch air on both walls.
The snow structure on which the halfpipe competition is contested. It is made up of two walls of the same height and size and a transition area in between.
A channel constructed in the snow, which resembles a pipe cutlongitudinally. Halfpipes, or pies, have consistent walls on both sides and are 75 to 350 feet long with 6 to 12 foot walls.
A U-shaped ramp also called Vert ramp.
The ramp used in the Vert competition. A “U”-shaped ramp.
A type of ramp that is shaped like a "U" and used for vert skating.
A U-shapped ramp built in the snow for performing freestyle aerial maneuvers.
A channel constructed in the snow, which resembles a pipe cut longitudinally, utilized to catch air and perform tricks.