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Terrain Parks - Mountain High

Parks & Pipes

Mountain High offers varying features, both big and small, and two learn-to-ride zones for beginners with lower-level elements like fun banks and rollers. A bit edgy and innovative, freestyle riders flock to the park because there’s always something exciting and new to conquer. 

Mountain High West unique an all-mountain terrain park presents skiers with features built on open trails, making it a popular destination for freestyle riders since the 90s. The freestyle terrain blends naturally with the mountain’s contour to produce exhilarating top-to-bottom runs that may contain half pipes, quarters, ramps, jumps, hits, banks, fun boxes, rails, jibs, bumps and more. The feature designs are  innovative and cutting edge, and a wide range can be found  – everything from beginner boxes and behemoth kickers. The Olympic Bowl is home to SoCal’s longest mogul, found at the West.  The Family Fun Zone on Creekside is perfect for those just getting started.

All-mountain features can also be found at the East Resort, the newest of the three, which provides more than one and a half miles of continuously flowing lanes. These are the longest runs on the West Coast served by an express lift that places riders at the 8200 foot summit in less than six minutes. Of the three, East has the longest runs, widest trails, and super smooth gradual pitches. With a 1600-foot vertical rise, the views may also be the most incredible.