Danny Davis

Hyped for X Games Oslo this weekend but still wondering what the hell it is? Don't worry, we've got some answers.

Danny Davis may have outdone himself yet again. The 2015 version of Peace Park is pretty ridiculous (and why would we expect anything less from Danny's mind?). This year's version features a half mile roller run, a 60-foot BBQ road gap, a quarter pipe measuring over 100-feet long and 22-feet high, a 22-foot bowl measuring 100-feet in diameter, and lots more.

Check out the full episode that just aired on ABC yesterday.

Burton snowboard shaman Danny Davis is set to launch the latest edition of Peace Park this weekend, and to get everyone properly hyped, we sat down with him to answer some of your most pressing fan questions. From switch tips to a beard-growing tutorial, Danny dishes out the goods in this one, so make sure to check it out before you tune in for Peace Park 2015, which premieres Sunday, November, 22nd, on ABC.

In a snowboard world teeming with quad corks, mega-comps, and gym time, Peace Park–the freeride brainchild of Danny Davis, executed with some help from Mountain Dew and Burton—is more than just a breath of fresh air: It's a freaking oxygen tank. So before you do anything else, chill out and check out the trailer for the 2015 installment above, which is sure to get you hyped for the full-length feature, which airs Sunday, November 29th on ABC.

Pro snowboarder Danny Davis is launching his newest-edition of Peace Park! Now in it's fourth installment, Davis is looking to build the ultimate snowboard park this time around.

Peace Park premieres on ABC on Nov. 29 at 2pm EST, but we're going to sit Danny down for your fan questions this week.

Comment below with your questions for Danny Davis and see if he answers your's next week!

Each year I make a pilgrimage to the snowboarding and adventure Mecca of Colorado to partake in all of the goodness that amazing state has to offer.

This year I joined a group of friends including TJ Mizell (A$AP Ferg's DJ and Jam Master Jay's son), Roofeeo (drummer for TV on the Radio and producer of "All About the Money"), photographer Craig Wetherby and filmer Eddie Grams for a trip we dubbed "The Mile High Tour."

Along the way we linked with everyone from Danny Davis and Mark McMorris to Diplo and the Major Lazer Crew for a trip that went from shred missions to an epic house in Aspen during X Games to fun times with Burton Snowboards in Denver to a night with Damian Marley and Major Lazer at Red Rocks and back to more shredding.

It was pretty f—king rad. I can't wait for next year!

Check out some of our tour rewind featuring photos by Craig Wetherby, Gabe L'Heureux, and Eddie Grams and the tour mini movie by Eddie Grams and you'll see what I mean.