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Terrain Parks – Sunshine Village

Parks & Pipes

The Dell Valley serves up a natural halfpipe, and then if you head to the area between Wawa quad and the Standish Express you'll find a terrain park with natural features such as a quarterpipe, lips, and drops. That will whet your appetite for the massive 15-acre Rogers Terrain Park on Lookout Mountain that offers more than 50 features like kickers, ramps, and rails that span the full range of difficulty levels from S to XL. The other area within Rogers, Grizzly has more advanced L and XL rails, jumps and boxes. Springhill, the last area in the massive terrain park, is a good place to start with its S and M features.

Out of Bounds

Freefall is a double black with a free Ride Zone down the lower half Goats Eye Mountain, and not for the faint. This run will test you but you get paid in powder. In the Wild West free ride zone, Peytos Gully is another black, double black that will get your heart pumping.  For those wanting to get a peak at Goat's Eye, Wildfire is a powdery blure run to try that joins another blue (the Sunshine Coast) down to the base area. 

Hangout & Hookup

Calm yourself afterwards with an old-lodgey hangout at the Mad Trappers’ Saloon at the base of Strawberry Lift. Banff’s après is hopping with places to drink, watch stuff on screens, play pool, and enjoy some music. You can drive down there in 20 minutes where quite a few pubs like the Aurora have live music and dancing late into the night.