Arapahoe Basin has two terrain parks including Treeline, the highest terrain park in North America, and High Divide, a progressive terrain park.
Treeline contains over a dozen jumps, boxes, rails, and other challenging features. The High Divide park contains 10 different rail and box configurations.
Breckenridge is adding four feet to its superpipe for the 2010-11 season. Now Freeway Terrain Park will feature a 22-foot Olympic-size superpipe. This will be maintained all season long, so you can drop in like the pros!
In addition to its premier Freeway Terrain Park, an advanced park for advanced riders, Breckenridge has four other terrain parks. The Country Boy Terrain Park, on Peak 9, features a 14-foot halfpipe. Hone your skills here before tackling the 22-foot superpipe at the Freeway Terrain Park. The Eldorado Terrain Park, on Peak 9, hosts a small triple jump line, a box line, and rollers. Brush up on your skills here before heading to Park Lane. The Park Lane Terrain Park, on Peak 8, is an advanced-intermediate park with jumps, rails, boxes and other challenging features. The Trygves Terrain Park, located at the bottom of Peak 8, is home to beginner features including rollers, a small jump line, and a box line.
If you feel the need for some instruction before dropping, uninitiated, into halfpipes and superpipes, the Woodward at Copper is a year round ski and snowboard training camp dedicated to park and pipe progression. A safe and fun learning environment is provided for all levels of park and pipe riders and skiers. They have a state-of-the-art indoor training facility to teach the essentials of halfpipes, superpipes, and other features of terrain parks.
Copper Mountain's halfpipes and parks include the Main Vein Superpipe, the Catalyst Terrain Park, Eagle Jib Park, and Kidz Terrain Park. The Main Vein is a 22-foot superpipe that will host the 2011 US Snowboarding Grad Prix in early December. The Catalyst Terrain Park features jumps, tabletops, boxes, and a quarterpipe. The Night Riders Jib Park also located at the base of the American Eagle Chairlift is open from 5pm to 9pm on Fridays and Saturdays, it has boxes, rails and jumps to suit all ability levels. The beginner Kidz Terrain Park located at the top of the American Flyer Chairlift has mini rails, small jumps and a mini halfpipe.
The Frisco Terrain Park offers an exciting day of skiing or snowboarding at just $29 per day. The terrain park contains rails, fun boxes, and jumps.
Contact the Town of Frisco for more details.
Keystone has the award-winning A51 terrain park. It has its own dedicated chairlift and it is even open for night skiing. The park contains over 100 features, a superpipe and three jump lines. There is an incubator section offering smaller jumps and features for building your skills.