Terrain Parks

Terrain Parks Report

We’re re-imagining the way we design our parks, and the way you access them. Don’t miss all of the new opportunities to advance your skills and work your way up.
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The Parks
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Bounder Park
Bounder Park is Okemo’s Start Park that features enhanced new terrain and is the place where those who want an introduction to terrain features can get their fix. You’ll find this park at the Jackson Gore Base Area. #1 Flat Rail #2 Corrugated #3 Roller #4 Roller #5 Jump
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The Zone
A skate-park influenced terrain park with a wide range of transitions, rails, boxes and jibs. The park is a great warm-up for the Superpipe.
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Broken Arrow
Located in the trees to the right side of Upper Arrow, this gladed terrain park contains log and other natural and man-made features, as well as a new snake run course. Created for expert skiers and riders, Broken Arrow is open when snow conditions permit.
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Okemo Superpipe
Located in The Zone, the pipe measures at 520 feet long, with 18-foot walls. Maintained by our Zaugg Pipe Monster and serviced by The Pull surface lift, where else will you find a pipe cut with laser technology? No joke. Our parks crew put their Yankee ingenuity to work to design a system that provides laser-precision when cutting the pipe.
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OMS Crazy Train Park
The OMS Crazy Train Progression Park is the ultimate park for advanced skiers and riders. Featuring an advanced slopestyle influenced competition course and training grounds, Crazy Train was designed to house medium and large features for those with experience. Crazy Train has been created in partnership with Okemo Mountain School.
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Tomahawk Terrain Park
The Tomahawk Terrain Park includes unique, highly creative small and medium features and an improved terrain experience that allows you to flow from one feature to the next. Get there from the Green Ridge Triple.
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Hot Dog Hill
An incredibly animated park that includes a mix of small to large features and everything in between, Hot Dog Hill has something for just about everyone. Whether you’re just starting out, or wanting to show off your skills, you’ll find our signature progression terrain here. And, with quick access from A or B Quad, you can easily make lap after lap.
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Robbins' Nest
A family-friendly park that is home to a new cross course, Robbins' Nest is the ultimate place to session ultra fun features and practice your skills. Lap it from the A Quad lift.

More Safety Information

  • Know your limits and ability level and select appropriate terrain for YOU.
  • Know the intended use of the terrain you have chosen. Some features are intended to be used in a series with no stopping. Others individually with stopping areas. Don't know? Ask.
  • Your actions can take you out of balance and cause serious injury, no matter how the feature is designed or where you land. Land on your feet.
  • Transitions are changes in the shape and pitch of the snow or feature, or changes from one type of sliding surface to another. They can be gentle or abrupt and demand that users be alert and respond with accurate movements.
  • Know where to land. The SWEET SPOT is between the "knuckle" and the center of the landing zone.
  • Inverted maneuvers are not recommended at Okemo.
  • Be aware that features change constantly.
  • Read and obey all signs, instructions and warnings.

Learn How to Ski or Ride the Parks

Not familiar with how to use terrain parks, or want to make sure you're doing it right? Terrain parks require certain knowledge beyond just basic skiing or riding. Okemo encourages you to contact the Okemo Ski + Ride School and arrange a lesson specific to terrain parks. Private and group lessons available.

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