Equipped with a camcorder, shovels and boozy tea, four fanatic snowboarders started to not only build their first kickers in the 90s but also the foundation of QParks. Over time, their obstacles became ever more professional. And during a time when Freestyle was at best tolerated, they already tried convincing ski resorts to follow their idea of offering QParks as playgrounds for the youth. 20 years later, 45 facilities and thousands of happy riders prove that the four were absolutely right.