Mountain Movers is a television series airing on the National Geographic Channel. The show features the company Snow Park Technologies, as it develops snow parks for various international winter sport events. The show's first eight episodes include the development of competition courses for the Winter X Games as well as the Winter Dew Tour and U.S. Open of Snowboarding. The show is produced by Good Clean Fun, and includes examples of how the construction of performance venues requires working in dangerous conditions such as avalanche country or blizzards. Filming of the first season occurred between October 2012 and March 2013. It debuted on May 9, 2013. The chief characters of the show are the employees of Snow Park Technologies and its founder Chris Gunnarson.
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