Snowbasin Resort’s rail arsenal has grown to over 65 rails for the 2014-15 winter season. The Snowbasin park crew has been busy building the new features, many of them from recycled materials. For an easy progression, there are multiple parks at Snowbasin designated as small and medium. The progressive new terrain park system incorporates lessons with ski school and obstacles that are well maintained, consistently groomed and fun for all abilities. These improvements, as well as a two dedicated Prinoth Bison X Snow Cats for the parks, are the result of Snowbasin Resort’s continued commitment to the growing number of snowboarders and free-skiers visiting our resort.
The entire run is dedicated to our terrain parks, with medium sized jumps, hips, multiple rail lines and even a double stair set. Look for several new jib setups throughout the season!
This park is dedicated to flow. We’ve widened up the run for the 2014/15 season to fit multiple set-ups so each run can be a new line. Look for several different features throughout the season to keep the park creative and fun! Located off Boardwalk at the top of Wildcat Run, this medium park will have something for everyone. This was one of our most popular parks last year and we think it’s going to be even better during the 2014/15 season!
Located next to Littlecat Lift, Powder Puff offers small features. Combining banked slalom, jumps, rails, as well as other features for the beginner skier or snowboarder looking to venture into the park for the first time. Low to the ground box features and rolling jumps allow you to gain confidence and learn what to expect when riding in a terrain park.
Combining banked slalom, jumps & transition style features, this park has something for everyone in the family. From the entry level skier/rider learning how to switch edges on banked terrain to the experienced athlete looking to try some redirection transfers, this park has it all on one of Snowbasin Resort’s longest park runs.
Terrain Parks may contain jumps, hits, ramps, banks, fun boxes, jibs, rails, half pipes, quarter pipes, snowcross, bump terrain and other constructed or natural terrain features. Prior to using Freestyle Terrain, you are responsible for familiarizing yourself with Freestyle Terrain and obeying all instructions, warnings and signs.
Learn about the “Smart Style” Terrain Park Safety Initiative.
6:00pm - 9:00pm, Oct 16, 2015
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