‘I Ride Park City’ Full-Length Adventure Film
Adventure at Home in Park City, Utah
This is going to be great. “I Ride Park City,” Park City Mountain Resort’s action sports brand, is building up to the online release of its new full-length feature film based on the amazing adventures experienced at the resort in the heart of Park City. A world premiere of the movie is slated for Sept. 22 at the Park City Town Lift Plaza, 7 p.m. It’s free and opened to the public.
Video for the film titled “IRPC” was shot entirely at Park City Mountain Resort. It features visiting and local snowboarding professionals, according to a press release recently issued by I Ride Park City. If you have any doubt about buying a Park City home, you have got to see this. I’m expecting it to pretty much summarize all that is wonderful about this fantastic mountain community. It was shot entirely in the terrain parks and Eagle Superpipe at the resort.
“IRPC” is being touted as “a stunning showcase of the high level of riding going on every day at Park City Mountain Resort, with appearances from some of snowboarding’s biggest names.” The film will be released online in four sneak peeks at www.irideparkcity.tv, one a week beginning in October, before appearing in its full running length beginning Nov. 1.
Many prestigious professional skiers and snowboarders own Park City homes. Others visit frequently to experience the perfect terrain. Some of the local Park City All Stars featured in this film include:
- Dan Brisse
- Kazu Kokubo
- Sage Kotsenburg
- Bode Merrill
Visiting professionals featured in the film include:
- Chris Grenier
- Zak Hale
- Brandon Hobush
- Scott Stevens
Many of the featured riders will be available to sign autographs at 7 p.m. Saturday just prior to the film’s world premiere. Don’t miss it!
If you don’t already live in Park City, you’ll want to own a Park City home after experiencing the breathtaking scenery here. You’ll find a fantastic inventory of Park City homes right here online. Give me a call at 801-673-3333 and let’s get you moved in before ski season even begins.