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Cinnabar Aprés Music with Sneaky Pete and the Secret Weapons
Starting today at: 3:30pm

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UTA Ski Bus Service Starts
Sat Dec 16 2017

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Tap Takeover with Wasatch/Squatters Brewing
Sat Dec 16 2017

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The Snowbasin Resort park crew has been busy refurbishing and rebranding the features this summer, which are built from recycled materials. Basin Parks offers an easy progression with multiple parks designated as small and medium. Basin Parks program is dedicated to the beginner and intermediate rider. It all starts with obstacles that are well maintained, consistently groomed and fun for all abilities. Use #basinparks when sharing your photos on social media and keep your eyes out for social media contests this winter. 

  • Powder Puff -XS & S

  • Located next to Littlecat Express quad. Powder Puff has our smallest features. Features including banked slalom, jumps, rails, and other features are great 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.

  • Sweet Revenge - S & M

  • This is the first park you will encounter off of the Needles Gondola. It is a rail-centric park with 6-8 small and medium features.

  • Blue Grouse - S & M

  • New this year, this park has snowmaking! So look for an earlier opening and several different setups throughout the season. Located at the top of the new Wildcat 6-pack chair. This small and medium park will have something for everyone. This was one of our most popular parks last year and we plan to make it even better during the 2017-2018 season.

  • Orson's - S & M

  • This park is home to most of our jumps. Located towards the bottom of the mountain. Hit Blue Grouse first and then head straight to Orson’s. The right side jump line is the smaller jumps in this park. Start small and work your way up. Also look for rail lines throughout this park with a diverse setup. We try to make this park have more of a slopestyle feel than other parks. This park is also our location for the USASA freestyle events this season.

  • Terrain Park Safety

  • 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 how to be “PARK SMART” with the Terrain Park Safety Initiative.

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