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Terrain Parks - Kirkwood

Rider's Guide

A warm, friendly resort that focuses its energies on providing the greatest trails and backcountry and less on unnecessary, superfluous amenities. Located 35 miles from South Lake Tahoe, the resort is close to major ski areas, yet secluded. The entire mountain has 2,300 skiable acres, 2,000+ vertical feet, 65 named trails, miles of back country and more than a dozen lifts. Speed junkies will have a skier/boarder x course for racing.

Parks and Pipes

Burton Adventure Land is the perfect spot for beginners and has smaller features for children and novice park riders. Burton Progression Park has intermediate level, mid-sized rails, jumps, and even has a mini-halfpipe. Seasoned terrain park riders and freestyle skiers should head to the K2 Stomping Grounds where riders will find larger features including a collection of bigger jumps and kinked rails that vary throughout the season.

Out of Bounds

Snowmobiling, ice skating, snowshoeing, ice climbing, hiking, and stunning boat rides around Lake Tahoe are just a few of the options available. In addition to great wintertime activities, enjoy fantastic indoor entertainmentl. The casino hotels in the area have a lively bar scene, gambling, and an impressive assortment of live entertainment. The area also has theatres, museums, shopping, and exquisite dining options.

Hangout & Hookup

The Kirkwood Inn is a gorgeous, rustic and historic inn that serves a full menu and bar. There are two additional bars located slope side that offer calm and relaxing après ski atmospheres. In and around the area, all types of nightlife can be found whether it be crowded sports lounges or classy wine bars.