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Terrain Parks

Freestyle Fun

June has always been a favorite spot for families with our wide open trails, beginner-friendly terrain and no lift lines. Even our terrain parks have been created with the family in mind so everyone from little groms to rad dads and moms can have some freestyle fun. 

Mambo Playground   |  Chair J2

The perfect place for an introduction to terrain park basics. This Playground features a combination of enhanced natural terrain, jumps, rails and boxes with progression in mind. 

Surprise Fun Zone  |  Chair J2

Featuring mellow rollers, berms, and small snow spines served up boardercross style, this Fun Zone is designed to help riders gain confidence and progress. 

Bucky’s Adventure Zone

Bucky’s Adventure Zone is a winding, twisting adventure through the trees. Kids love it and only Bucky and his friends can show you where it is.

NSAA's Smart Style Tips

NSAA's Smart Style Tips

Terrain park safety laid out in 5 rules that all skiers and riders should know and practice.

1. Start Small

If you're just getting into the park for the first time, or first time that day, start with the smaller stuff and work your way up. If you aren’t sure about how to use a feature, build your skills first.

Freestyle terrain comes in different shapes and sizes, so starting out, look for small progression parks and features and then work your way up to medium or large parks and features.

2. Make a Plan

Every time you ski or ride on freestyle terrain, have a plan for each feature you are going to hit. Remember: your speed, approach and take-off will directly affect your maneuver and landing.

When first inspecting the jumps consider the following elements of each jump, and remember ATML:
The approach zone is for setting your speed and stance
T  The take-off zone is for making moves that start your trick
M  The maneuver zone is for controlling your style
L  The landing zone is for getting straight and riding away clean

3. Always Look

Before getting into freestyle terrain, observe all signage and warnings. Use your first run as a warm up and familiarize yourself with the park layout and features. Remember that features change constantly due to weather, usage and time of day, so it is important to continue to inspect features throughout the day.

4. Respect

Always have respect for terrain park features, as well as other skiers/riders. Only one person on a feature at a time – wait your turn and call your drop-in. Always clear away from the landing area quickly.

Also respect all signs – stay off closed features. Respect is important both in-park as well as the rest of the mountain, so be smart when you are heading down the slopes or over to the lift.

5. Take It Easy

Ride within your ability and consider taking a lesson if you want to build your knowledge, skills, and bag of tricks. Stay in control both on the ground and in the air – know your limits. 

Remember you can control how big or small you take a feature by varying your speed and take off.

Inverted aerials increase the chance of serious injury and are not recommended.

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