DROPPING NEXT!

Skiers and snowboarders come together in our Terrain Parks to tackle an ever growing assortment of features ranging from jumps and rails, to transition and natural hits. Our mission is to create a safe, progressive and supportive environment for all of our guests.

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DROPPING NEXT!

Skiers and snowboarders come together in our Terrain Parks to tackle an ever growing assortment of features ranging from jumps and rails, to transition and natural hits. Our mission is to create a safe, progressive and supportive environment for all of our guests.

Riders new to freestyle will find a gentle introduction at the new Grove Terrain Park powered by Subaru. This space is home to foundational terrain park features that set the stage for great things to come. When you’re ready to test your skills at the next level, the Badlands Terrain Park has everything you need to continue your progression.

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The Grove

Our new progression park is home to an assortment of features where you’ll be able to develop the foundation of your freestyle skills. A valid lift ticket or Season Pass, and a helmet are required at all times to access The Grove.

LevelSmall and Medium

Last build updateMarch 20. With the Orchard now closed for the season, a few small and medium features will be relocated to the bottom of Happy Valley later this week.

The Badlands

Make your way to The Badlands where you’ll find larger jumps and rails to continue progressing your skills. A valid lift ticket or Season Pass, Park Pass and helmet are required at all times.

Level & LOCATIONMedium, Large, Extra-Large
Accessed via the Century Express, the Badlands Double Chair closed.

build updateMarch 20: Work has started on preparing the halfpipe area for the Spring Pickle Park Jam scheduled for Sunday, March 26.
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Terrain Park Pass

A Park Pass and a valid Season Pass or lift ticket are required in order to have access to the Badlands Terrain Park. The Pass is available to anyone 8 years of age or older. Students visiting Blue Mountain as part of a school visit are not permitted in the Park. To get your Terrain Park Pass, you must obtain an orientation DVD from Guest Services, complete a waiver* and pay your $10 Park Pass fee. If you are a returning rider, you are simply required to sign a new waiver for the season and pay your $10 Park Pass fee. Please note that a $10 fee will be required to replace lost passes. Helmets are mandatory in all Freestyle Terrain areas.*The waiver must be signed by a parent or legal guardian for all riders under the age of 18.

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