Here's a quick overview of the parks we offer at Okemo:
AMP® Energy Superpipe
Located in The Zone - closed
The pipe measures out at 520ft. long with 18ft. walls. Maintained by our Zaugg Pipe Monster. And serviced by “The Pull ” surface lift. And where else will you find a pipe cut with laser technology? No joke. Our parks crew has put their Yankee ingenuity to work and designed a system that will allow laser-precision when cutting the pipe.
TERRAIN PARKS @Okemo
Broken Arrow - closed
Located in the trees off Lower Arrow
Newest to the Okemo lineup, this is a gladed terrain park with all-natural features. For expert skiers and riders only.
on Nor'easter - OPEN
Located on Nor'Easter
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The park on Nor’ Easter is our biggest terrain park. It host features for the most experienced riders. Serviced by the Northstar Express Quad. Learn more about Rockstar >>
The Zone - closed
Located on Lower Sel's
This park is not our largest but hosts some of our most unique features. This park is serviced by “The Pull”.
Progression Park - closed
Located on Black Out
A great addition to our terrain park lineup - with knee high features perfect for the progressing freestylist. A great step up from Hot Dog Hill. We also use this park frequently for slope style comps.
Cross Park - closed
Located on the Lower Tomahawk Trail
This park offers intermediate skiers and riders a chance to enjoy a playful assortment of big bank turns, rollers and snow mounds as they wind their way down the trail.
Hot Dog Hill - closed
Located on Open Slope
This park is a great place to learn how to hit rails and boxes. Some nice low and wide rails and a couple low flat boxes should make your learning experience as easy as possible. Remember to check the ski & ride school for your lesson on riding terrain parks. This park is serviced by the A/B Quads.
Bounder Park - OPEN
Located on Inn Bound
Located at Jackson Gore with smaller features. The park is walk-up accessible, but requires a lift pass.
AMP Energy Big Air bag - closed
Located at the base of Chief
Skiers and riders glide down and then up a ramp, launch off and land on an air inflated 30'x50' bag. These type of bags are used both as stunt bags in the movies, as well as training bags for freestyle athletes training to do flips and jumps.