Mervin Manufacturing announces the return of one of the most anticipated snowboard events in the world as Lib Tech’s Holy Bowly will be making its North American debut at Park City Mountain Resort on Saturday, April 19!

The Holy Bowly is not a contest but a gathering of cultures and styles that brings backcountry soul surfers, pipe jocks, urban jibbers, contest riders and every other shred stereotype together with a common goal of riding the hand shaped transitions of giant snow bowls and reveling in the stoke that is snowboarding.

Over 80 confirmed riders including Holy Bowly vets Forest Bailey, Jamie Lynn, Yusaku Horii, Scott Blum, Austin Hironaka, Sam Taxwood, Blake Paul, Jake Olson-Elm, Wes Makepeace, Zak Hale…(breath)…Desiree Melancon, Ted Borland, Mike Rav, Dylan Thompson, Jesse Burtner, Harrison Gordan and Sean Genovese alongside eager first-timers Temple Cummins, Keegan Valaika, Chris Bradshaw, Bode Merrill, Bryan Fox, Brandon Hammid, Tim Eddy, Danny Kass, Mikey LeBlanc…(another breath)…Scott Stevens, Russell Winfield, Scotty Arnold, The Brothers Warbington, Justin Bennee…alright…you get the picture…this just might end up being one of the greatest sessions in the history of snowboarding…no pressure.

It all goes down from 11AM to 4PM on Saturday, Apri 19 near the bottom of the 3 Kings Chairlift at Park City Mountain Resort.

Stop by to watch the session on Saturday and then put your own spin on it as PCMR opens the bowls to the public on Sunday on what will go down as one of the greatest closing days ever!

There is no way this event would be possible without the unbelievable support of Lib Technologies, Park City Mountain Resort, Monster Energy and Adidas.

Check out Lib Tech’s edit from last year’s Holy Bowly at Tenjindaira Resort in Japan to get a feel for the event.

3 replies
  1. basshole
    basshole says:

    this is rad, but i really wish it were the weekend after the resort closed. I’m not going to waste my second-to-last day of riding lifts just watching other people snowboard (even if they are really good) and i’m not gonna miss closing day at brighton to fight for drops with the other 1000 people trying to ride the bowl….really hoping they leave it up for hiking for a couple of days after

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