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Terrain parks

You said it, we built it. Techy jib features to endless tables. Hips, rails, halfpipe and snowcross. 

By the numbers

Total Number of Parks: 5 (3 on Blackcomb, 2 on Whistler)
Number of Halfpipes: 1 (18’ Zaugg pipe)
Acreage: 99 acres
Total Number of Features: 150+ including 90 rails
Total Number of Jumps: 40+
Number of Park Grooming Cats: 13
24,000 + hours are spent each season grooming the terrain parks and each park will be groomed twice every 24 hours
The vertical rise of the Terrain Park on Blackcomb Mountain is about 310 meters/1,020 feet from top to bottom of the Superpipe
The parks can see as many as 1,400 riders per hour through the gates
Whistler Blackcomb’s Terrain parks are visible from space via Google Earth
Terrain Parks
Big Easy Terrain Garden
Smaller rails, rollers and mini-hits destined for beginners who want to get some air, but stick close to the ground in the process.
Terrain Parks
Terrain park
Running 3,480 feet in length, this park is packed with intermediate and advanced features mixed together for endless options. This park is the stepping stone to the Highest Level Park.
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Snow Cross Track
This permanent course incorporates banked turns, jumps, whoops and rollers and is a training ground for experts while still accommodating riders who want to try their hand at this Olympic sport.
Construction dates vary with weather and snowpack conditions
Terrain Parks
Highest Level Terrain park
Massive jumps, spines, rails and jibs designed with the expert rider in mind. This is the training ground to those with their eye on the podium at the next Olympics. Helmets are mandatory in this zone.
Nintendo School Yard
Nintendo School Yard
The School Yard is a Family Certified zone in the Learning Area on Whistler Mountain. It is a great place for kids to ski and ride and learn the skills necessary for terrain park riding.
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Habitat Terrain parks
There is a beginner to intermediate section (S-M) and an intermediate to advanced section (M-L). Both parks contain features inspired by nature including tree jibs, bonks as well as rails and snow jump features.

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