Whether you’re just starting out in the terrain park, or you’re seasoned at hitting jumps and sliding rails– our five terrain parks have something for everyone. Start out in the Magic Park in our beginner terrain area near the Base Lodge and work your way up to The Armory Park on Chair 3. The Chair 3 area is basecamp for park riding– you can lap the chair all day, hitting different features in three parks. Care to race your buddies through a snowboard cross/skiercross course? Head to Chair 7’s Goat Haunt Course. Terrain Park opening dates are weather dependent and vary from year to year. Please keep an eye on Whitefish Mountain Resort’s Facebook page for regular park updates.
CHAIR 3 TERRAIN PARK AREA
Depot Terrain Park – Smaller Features- Chair 3
The Depot Park offers smaller jumps and jibs and excellent learning terrain. The park features a series of jumps, rails and boxes that focus on getting you ready for our larger Central Avenue Park.
Central Avenue Park – Medium – Chair 3
This is our bread and butter park. Expect 3-5 jumps and a rail line focusing on medium-sized park features, multiple take-offs and a packed rail garden full of creative features will keep you shredding through the day.
Armory Park – Large – Chair 3
This park is located right under Chair 3 and is intended for expert park riders. Larger jumps and rail features merge with the rail garden on lower Central Avenue for a great full chair run of fun. Construction of this park typically begins after the New Year.
Magic Park – Tiny Features- Big Easy Carpet / Base Lodge Area
Small features for young children. This park is designed for never-ever skiers or snowboarders, or those looking to be introduced to freestyle. It is located in the beginner learning area on the Big Easy Carpet right outside the Base Lodge.
Goat Haunt Ski Cross / Snowboard Cross Course – Chair 7
Our ski/snowboard cross course features banked turns, small jumps, rollers and other terrain features. We start construction here in December, and the course continues to grow until mid-March, when The Nate Chute takes place. Always remember to obey the skier code and inspect the course before giving her a go.