Brilliance isn't easy, but we think we've hot upon a recipe. Take one of the most free-spirited, creative snowboarders on the planet, hook him up with some generous and knowledgeable sponsors, stick him on a mountain, and bake for 20 minutes.

The result is the Peace Park - the most innovative an forward thinking lump of snow we've seen since, well, since last years Peace Park.

It's the brain child of ├╝ber dude, US Olympian, and part time Wookie Danny Davis. Each year, he hooks up with the good folk at Burton Snowboards and Mountain Dew to create this absolutely epic snowboard feature park.

When it's built, he invites a whole bunch of mates to go along and jam on the park until the sun falls out of the sky. In fact, the only thing we don't like about the Peace Park is that Danny's yet to hook us up with an invite. Come on now, D.Dogg. We know you're a fan. Help us out, yeah?

The park layout is a mind-boggling mix of features and hits that act as a breath of fresh air when so many parks we see are a hand full of rails followed by a bunch of kickers.

Things kick off with a bumpy old rhythm section.

Photo: Burton/Mountain Dew

Then there's this booter, set against the stunning Grand Targhee mountains.

Photo: Burton/Mountain Dew

This gigantic quater-pipe/hip beast

Photo: Burton/Mountain Dew

Before another set up road bumps.

Photo: Burton/Mountain Dew

After that, why not hit this whopper of a wedge?

Photo: Burton/Mountain Dew

Assuming you're still on your feet, you get to play on this beautiful back-to-back pipe.

Photo: Burton/Mountain Dew

And finally there's this big old fun bow.

Photo: Burton/Mountain Dew

And, of course, there's the massive Bro-A-Thon when you've hot the bottom. Seriously, what's not to like?

Photo: Burton/Mountain Dew

You may also like:

Olympian Danny Davis Discovers Why All True Snowboarders Dream Of Japan

15 Famous Paintings That Sum Up The Problems Every Snowboarder Has