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Pipes & Parks

Snowmass: home to the No. 2 Park in North America by Transworld Snowboarding Magazine in 2014.

Whether you are looking for a mountain to keep your family of shredders happy, or you're hoping to fine-tune your rail and half pipe skills on your own, Snowmass has you more than covered. With approximately 100 features in total — including a 22-foot Zaugg cut Superpipe — this mountain has earned its reputation as one of the best for terrain parks.

Here's a quick look at our terrain parks, what they offer, and what's new.

Lowdown Park

Location: Lower Blue Grouse along Village Express Lift

The Gist: Our very own introduction park, it consists of beginner and low intermediate level features. Look forward to  jib features (boxes and rails) and snow features from rollers up to small true table top jumps (starting at approximately 5 feet and moving up to approx 15 feet in length). Due to the gentle grade of the run this is perfect for hiking purposes. Come get your feet wet!

Makaha Park

Location: Lower Blue Grouse along Village Express Lift

The Gist: This park consists of all low intermediate and intermediate features. There are about 25 features in total, a triple line of jumps and about 15 jib features including all shapes of boxes and rails. Great area for learning new tricks and working on progression. 

Opening Date: Usually in mid December (depending on conditions)

What's New: The recent removal of the Burlingame Lift has created some additional terrain for the park layout. Look for added features and new lines throughout the season.

Snowmass Park

Location: Below the Coney Glade Lift

The Gist: This park consists of advanced and expert features and also includes the Snowmass Superpipe and Pipe (22-foot pipe cut by a Zaugg nightly). There are approximately 50 features located here. The expert jumps will start at approximately 40 feet and end at approximately 65 feet. The forty and jib features range from flat boxes and rails to down flat downs and combos to bonks, wall rides, stair case and a host of all new jibs.

Opening Date: The Superpipe and park usually open during the first week in January (depending on conditions)


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Bud Light Big Rail Friday Park An urban inspired terrain plaza on upper Fanny Hill, used every Friday afternoon, beginning in mid-February. Come and compete for cash and glory! Learn more about Bud Light Big Rail Fridays.


Fun Zones Scattered all over the mountain you will find roller sections to get used to the feelings of transitions or perfect your butter tricks! Also look for our Boot Camp Park on Fanny Hill for introduction level features right as you get out of the Mall onto the slopes!

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