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Feldberg - Seebuck Snowpark 2 - Black Forest - Baden-Wuerttemberg - Germany

Feldberg Snowpark at the Seebuck (1448 m altitude), Black Forest, Germany.

This ist the first section of the Snowpark with small Kickers, Rails, Boxes and Butter Boxes and some Tubes.

While moving arround in the Pano you can enjoy two Moves performed by Snowboard Instructor Louisa - one on a Box the other on a Tube.

Rider: Louisa, thanks for the Moves ;-)

P.S. : ;-) Louisa's Moves are faster then the Speed of Light! You cannot see the her Shadows while facing the Sun :D :D :D

Copyright: Manfred Huchler
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 10606x5303
Taken: 22/02/2012
Uploadet: 11/03/2012
Opdateret: 27/03/2015


Tags: feldberg; seebuck; snowpark; snowpark feldberg; skiing; ski; snowboarding; snowboard; freestyle; new school; snowboard fahrschule; box; tube; butter box; rail; kicker; huchler; manfred huchler
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