Terrain Parks

Buttermilk Terrain Park

Buttermilk is our entry level park and is a great place to learn and practice tricks on smaller features. Buttermilk is currently closed. Terrain park features are continuely changing. See #24 on the trail map.

Buttermilk Photos

Colt 45 Terrain Park

Colt 45 offers intermediate and advanced rail and jib options. including two large back to back kickers “where the big boys throwdown”.  Colt 45 currently has 7 features: 35' kicker, 20' flat box, 20' skate rail, 35' whale tale, 10' flat box, 18' up-flat box & 20' flat-down rail.  Terrain park features are continuely changing. See #15 on the trail map

Colt 45 Photos

Freestyle terrain may include terrain parks as well as dispersed terrain features. They are provided for your enjoyment and offer adventure, challenges and FUN. However, freestyle terrain use, like all skiing and riding, exposes you to the risk of serious injury. Prior to using our parks or terrain features familiarize yourself with warnings, park instructions and codes. 


  Terrain Park Safety

Be Smart and follow the SMART STYLE steps:

         MAKE A PLAN
  •                     Every time you use Freestyle Terrain, make a plan for each feature you want to use
  •                     Your speed, approach and takeoff will directly affect your maneuver and landing


  •                     Before getting into freestyle terrain observe all signage and warnings
  •                     Scope around the jumps first not over them
  •                     Use your first run as a warm up run and to familiarize yourself with the terrain
  •                     Be aware that the features change constantly due to weather, usage, grooming and time of day
  •                     Do not jump blindly and use a spotter when necessary

         EASY STYLE IT

  •                     Know your limits and ski/ride within your ability level
  •                     Look for small progression parks or features to begin with and work your way up
  •                     Freestyle skills require maintaining control on the ground and in the air
  •                     Do not attempt any features unless you have sufficient ability and experience to do so safely 
  •                     Inverted aerials increase your risk of injury and are not allowed


  •                     Respect the terrain and others
  •                     One person on a feature at a time
  •                     Wait your turn and call your start
  •                     Always clear the landing area quickly
  •                     Respect all signs and stay off closed terrain and features


  Your Responsibility Code:

Skiing and snowboarding can be enjoyed in many ways. At ski areas you may see people using alpine, snowboard, telemark, cross country and other specialized ski equipment, such as that used by disabled or other skiers. Regardless of how you decide to enjoy the slopes, always show courtesy to others and be aware that there are elements of risk in skiing that common sense and personal awareness can help reduce. Observe the code listed below and share with other skiers the responsibility for a great skiing experience.

    1. Always stay in control.

    2. People ahead of you have the right of way.

    3. Stop in a safe place for you and others.

    4. Whenever starting downhill or merging, look uphill and yield.

    5. Use devices to help prevent runaway equipment.

    6. Observe signs and warnings, and keep off closed trails.

    7. Know how to use the lifts safely.


  Be safety conscious. This is a partial list.

  Officially endorsed by: National Ski Areas Association
  National Ski Patrol and Professional Ski Instructors of America

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  • Base Depth: 60"
  • Top Depth: 69"

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