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Terrain Parks - Snow Valley

Rider's Guide

If you crave big air, Snow Valley is maybe not the best place to go. This is an old school family-friendly resort, replete with mild terrain, relaxed locals, and a hometown vibe. The younger crowd tends to be locals and it’s definitely not known for partying or raucous nightlife. People go here because it has few crowds, nice people and staff, and it’s about 30 minutes closer to L.A. than Big Bear.

Parks and Pipes

There’s nearly a mile of intermediate to advanced features to explore at The EDGE, the local’s favorite terrain park. Unique jibs such as the Anaconda Rail, C-wall, and Trapezoid Box can be found in various locations. There are also several medium to large-sized jumps found within the park, and there are several hip jumps built into the sides of the run as well. Located just above the sundeck at Deer Meadow Grille, The Hideout showcases an assortment of rails and boxes that will be changed around periodically throughout the season, it’s a great place to try the newest and best at the resort. Flat boxes, rainbow rails, roller box and picnic table box are just some of the features at Hideout Jib Park.

Out of Bounds

The Snow Play area on the mountain is a great tubing park that is fun for people of all ages. There is also fun to be had for little daredevils, a Snow Valley exclusive, specially designed mini-snowmobile track and mini-snowmobiles, which can be rented right at the resort.

Hangout & Hookup

There are a few bars located slope side that provide warm ambiance and relaxing atmosphere. Margarita Beach and the Last Run Lounge are both great places to spend some time after a day on the mountain. There are also a smattering of bars scattered throughout the region and in the towns of Crestline and Running Springs.