Snowbasin Resort features three exciting terrain parks, including the Wildcat Handle Tow providing endless laps for access. Basin Parks is an easy-progression system, with parks designated for each ability level. The program is dedicated to the beginner and intermediate rider. With obstacles that are well maintained and consistently groomed, all abilities can have fun while advancing their skills. Our park crew refurbishes the features every summer, which are built from recycled materials.
Parks are updated throughout the season with new and exciting features. Explore the interactive map below to see the latest set-up of each park.
Located Next to Littlecat Express
Littlecat has our smallest features, including a banked slalom, rolling jumps and low-to-the-ground rails and boxes. These are great for the beginner skier or snowboarder looking to venture into the park for the first time. Gain confidence here and learn what to expect when riding in a terrain park.
Located at the Top of Wildcat Express
Home to most of our features, look for several different setups throughout the season. This small to medium park will have something for everyone. Blue Grouse is one of our most popular parks, with plans to make it even better each season.
Located Towards the Bottom of Needles Gondola
This park is home to most of our jumps. The jump-line to skier’s right is the smaller jumps in this park. Look for new rail lines throughout the season. Hit Blue Grouse first and then head straight to Orson’s on your way down Needles Gondola. This park has a more slopestyle feel than our other parks.
On the side of Orson's Terrain Park is the Wildcat Handle Tow. Newly added during the 2020-21 season, this provides the perfect enviornment for endless laps in the terrain park and has been a popular area at the resort.
Our terrain parks, as opposed to groomed runs, can contain jumps, boxes, rails and other man-made features. Orange signs and fencing identifies these types of terrain on the mountain.
It is important to follow the “Smart Style” safety guidelines when entering freestyle terrain:
Start Small: Work your way up. Build your skills.
Make a Plan: Every feature. Every time.
Always Look: Before you drop.
Respect: The features and other users.
Take it Easy: Know your limits. Land on your feet.
Please visit the Terrain Park Safety website for a comprehensive look at the Smart Style program.