Terrain Parks Update!

As many of you notice the traditional main park has looks a bit different these days. This year we are experimenting with expanding the terrain park around the mountain while still maintaining excellent terrain for the non-park riding guests. With the insane snowfall we’ve already received, the Top Phlight park is in prime form with mid-season size pro-line jumps. A few photos of the Top Phlight Park:


Top of the park. Looking right, jib line with several bonks, rails and boxes. Looking left - fun hip into a two jump line.


Looking up after the hip then two jump line


One Light area - Shot gun pole & a Dorito box!


Coming down towards the bottom - flat down with a stair set then into the banked wallride, Space Needle, Disco Box and flat tube


Looking up from the bottom



The Tye Creek Park is the new beginner – intermediate park located on Promenade below Tye Mill. Here you’ll find two separate jump lines with smaller user friendly tabletop jumps, several intermediate boxes and rails, and a fun hip for folks to learn transitions.


Left line include a flat box and small down rail, two jumps then a fun hip.


The right line includes a podium box, 10' up box and two small jumps


Top of the Tye Creek Park!

The Beacon Hill Park is designed for folks who are just being introduced to park and man-made features. Located at the bottom of Daisy it provides easy access from our intermediate lifts. Here you’ll find a line of two boxes in a row and a line of a flat tube and a double barrel rail. This setup is ideal for riders who are looking to leave the comforts of the snow and try rails for the first time. 


Mini A-frame box and a 10' flat rail


12' flat box and a 12' tube rounds out the Beacon Hill park.

Be sure to have fun out there and easy style it!

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