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Terrain Parks and Snow Cross Course (2016 - 2017)

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We have three Terrain Parks; the Porcupine beginner park, the intermediate Chair park and the big park! And our Skier/Snowboard Cross Course is the only one in the Edmonton area and it is open to the public when conditions permit.

Remember, helmets are mandatory  in all Terrain Parks and in the Snow Cross Course at Sunridge.

 

Double Down

The Double Down Park Competition is presented by Sunridge Ski Area and Rabbit Hill Snow Resort. The first event took place February 4, 2017 at Sunridge Ski Area and the Second Event was on February 11, 2017 at Rabbit Hill Snow Resort. The Double Down Park Competion is for Skiers and Snowboarders of all ages and abilities!

$25 Entry fee for one event or $40 for both! $20 Lift Tickets will also be available to competitors. All participants under 18 MUST have a Parent or Legal Gardian present to sign a Waiver of Liability.

Porcupine Park (beginner)

Our Porcupine park is designed with beginner park riders in mind. The features are all ride on and are perfect for learning. We have rollers and a small jump, a rainbow box, an orange box, an A Frame rail, and a short white box.

The Chair Park (intermediate)

Once riders are comfortable in the porcupine park they can start looking at the Chair Park. The features in here are all medium skill level and are designed for learning tricks and to get riders ready for the big park. In the Chair Park we have flat down boxes, a janky flat-down rail, short and long turbo tubes, the rainbow rail, and a small round bar.

The Big Park (intermediate and advanced)

Our big park is designed for those riders looking to practice their tricks for Slopestyle events or to film edits with their friends. This year it includes a snow stair set with a down box and down lube tube, down-drop-down-flat skinny box, flat-up-flat double bar, flat bar, big pvc, pvc tube party, and a kicky step over jump.

There is also intermediate jump line that consists of a 5 meter step down (with pole jam option) into a 6 meter step up. Both jumps were designed to feel more floaty than kicky. It is located in the big park but leads to the Yellow Tbar.