NINTENDO HIGHEST LEVEL TERRAIN PARK - With the most massive and technical jumps and rails in the industry, this park is for expert park skiers and riders only. This is training ground to many top level competitors with their eye on the podium at the next Olympics.
LOCATION - Head through the Nintendo Terrain Park on Blackcomb located just down from the Rendezvous Lodge. Helmet Mandatory.
NINTENDO TERRAIN PARK - Running 3,480 feet in length this park is packed with tables, hips, spines, step up jumps, rails, and boxes, all mixed together for endless options. Nintendo Superpipe is accessible through this park. The Snow Cross track also runs along riders right of the park with access to this entrance off Springboard.
LOCATION - This premier park occupies Choker run on Blackcomb, located just down from the Rendezvous Lodge. Enjoy park laps in this park by riding Catskinner Chair or continue down to Solar for its high-speed quad and super fun side hits.
NINTENDO HABITAT PARK - Commonly referred to as Whistler Park, the Habitat Park includes three separate runs with varying skill level Cougar (S), Chipmunk (S, M), and Bobcat (M). Habitat’s Cougar features the smallest jumps and boxes of the 3 runs, and is built with beginners in mind. Chipmunk steps it up with a few Medium features into the mix, and once you have perfected your skills here head to the Bobcat line for a full selection of medium jibs and jumps.
LOCATION - Lap this park on the Emerald (Green) chair as its entrance and exit is just off this Quad Chair.
NINTENDO BIG EASY TERRAIN GARDEN - Featuring smaller versions of rails, boxes, rollers and jumps this park is built with beginners in mind. A perfect place to start when learning how to use park features. Family Certified.
LOCATION - The Terrain Garden is located off Easy Out on Blackcomb Mountain on the Big Easy run.
Our features are built for skill and confidence progression and are rated from small (S) to extra large (XL), so that everyone can be a part of the scene. Prior to using parks, you are responsible for familiarizing yourself with the terrain and obeying all instructions, warnings and signs.
Whistler Blackcomb recommends wearing helmets for skiing and riding, especially in the terrain parks.