The refresh that came with last week's return of Old Man Winter allowed the park crew to almost double the number of features on the mountain, and add an entire new park into the mix. The Tye Creek Park, located on the left side of Promenade (which runs between the bottom of Tye Mill and the bottom of Kehr's Chair), consists of 21 mostly moderately sized berms, rollers, table tops, and boxes. It's a great place for intermediate level park riders, and advanced skiers and riders who are looking to dive headfirst into the world of park riding.
The six-feature Beacon Hill Park has been renamed Double Daisy Park, and has been moved to a lower traffic area just above the bottom of the Daisy Chair. Best accessed from the skiers-right side of Easy Street, this is the place to go if you are comfortable on your skis or board and are ready to give the park a try. It looks like the abnormally calm winter we've been seeing might be turning around, so be sure to get up here regularly to check out the progression of the best terrain park in Washington.