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Terrain Parks - Snowbasin


Rider's Guide

This ski area is replete with powdery bowls, steep chutes, groomed cruisers, and three terrain parks, Snowbasin is guaranteed to have something to suit everyone. Over 100 runs are spread out over more than 3,000 acres and across 3,000+ vertical feet, which means that Snowbasin boasts long cruiser runs as well as terrifyingly steep shoots, whatever the style or ability Snowbasin has the perfect run.

Parks and Pipes

The rail arsenal has grown to over 60 rails expansion will continue. The mountain crew is always building new features, many of them from recycled materials. Set-up for an easy progression, there are multiple parks that start small and end large. The progressive new terrain park system incorporates lessons for those wanting to learn to ride park. There is also a wicked 18’ superpipe and a terrain park specifically designed for little riders.

Out of Bounds

There’s plenty to do once off the pristine runs. There is a six-lane tubing park and 26km of cross-country terrain at the resort. In and around the area there’s ice fishing, snowmobile tours, museums, and a dinosaur park filled with more than 100 scary dinosaur sculptures.

Hangout & Hookup

The resort has a few restaurants, pubs and a brown bag area perfect for carrying in your own picnic. The nearest town to the resort is Ogden, Utah which houses some great bars. Head to the Tona Sushi Bar and Grill for some of the most critically acclaimed dining in the area or Kamikazes, a dark and dank punk bar that used to be an old church, it has unbeatable drink specials and some of the best people watching in Utah. There is also plentiful nightlife at nearby Park City and Salt Lake City.