Year after year, Snowmass’ terrain parks are consistently placed in the top of Transworld Snowboarding Magazine’s annual rankings. Snowmass will keep you busy with approximately 100 features, including a 22-foot Zaugg-cut superpipe. Three terrain parks and two halfpipes cater to riders and skiers of all abilities. What’s more, this year Snowmass will be the host of the Toyota U.S. Grand Prix, with all grand prix events going on exclusively in Snowmass!
Terrain Parks at Snowmass
Lowdown Park Located on lower Blue Grouse trail along the Village Express Lift.
Snowmass’ introduction park, consisting of beginner and low-intermediate level features. This park includes a beginner halfpipe, jib features and snow features ranging in size from extra-small to medium. Perfect for learning the ropes.
Located on lower Blue Grouse trail along the Village Express Lift.
A step up from Lowdown, this park consists of low-intermediate and intermediate features ranging in size from medium to large. With about 25 features in total, a triple line of jumps and about 15 jib features this park is perfect for learning new tricks and continuing to work on progression.
Snowmass Park Located below the Coney Glade Lift.
The real deal, this park consists of advanced and expert features including the 22-foot Snowmass Superpipe, cut by a Zaugg nightly. There are approximately 50 features in Snowmass Park ranging in size from medium to large including flat boxes, rails, down-flat-downs and combos to bonks, wall rides, stair cases and a host of new jibs each season.
The Snowmass Superpipe and park typically open in early January depending on weather.
Feel like taking it to the next level? The pros at the Ski and Snowboard School of Aspen Snowmass can have you ripping the pipe and riding the rails in no time.