If getting air and sliding rails is your thing, New Hampshire's terrain parks are ready for you! Please note: this information is for the 2017/18 season. We will update for 2018/19 as the season gets closer.
Abenaki has 4 park jumps, 4 rails, 2 boxes, a barrel hit and a culvert slide. Quite simple but much less crowded than some of the other terrain parks!
Bretton Woods has three freestyle terrain parks to keep all skiers and riders entertained. The Midway Terrain Park is designed for all abilities. There are small to medium size jumps and a wide variety of sliding surfaces to choose from. The Toy Box has banked turns, rollers and a mini pipe. The Coös Terrain Park is designed for experienced skiers and riders. Features like table tops, step down jumps, step up jumps and snow boxes provide a fluid series of leaps and bounds.
Check out a medium-sized terrain park on Tossup; you'll find about a dozen different features there. There's also a mini-park on Huckerbrook featuring a series of small jumps.
Cranmore has four terrain parks – the Matinee, Director’s Cut, the Reel and Double Feature. Each park has its own unique features and level of difficulty, so there is something for every skier or rider.
Gunstock boasts three terrian parks! Blundersmoke Park, located under the Pistol Chair Lift, is 12 acres of pure park goodness. It's the largest night park in NH!
Parallax, Gunstock's gladed natural park, is right next to Pistol.
Sidearm, a beginner progression park, is a great place to get those moves down before you head into Blundersmoke and show off under the lift.
Currently, the resort has 3 terrain park features (small flat rail, a waterfall box, and flat-to-down box) on lower East Slope.
Drop into Loon’s award-winning progression of 6 terrain parks overflowing with dozens of features for every level of skier and rider. Highlights include a log cabin wall ride, New Hampshire’s only Superpipe, and the nearly mile-long Loon Mountain Park. Kids as young as 3 can get their start in the Paul Bunyan-themed Burton Riglet Park, while their older brothers and sisters can hone their skills in the Burton Lil’ Stash, located in a mellow glade studded with rollers, logs, bonks, and carvings of Paul Bunyan and Babe the Blue Ox.
Mount Sunapee offers several terrain parks for all interests and ability levels. Scott's Six O' Three Terrain Park is the main park covering the majority of the Spruce Peak. Pipeline is on skier's right and contains medium and large jumps. You'll also find a few rails along the way. On skier's left is Jetstream, which is designed to push your limits and technical skills. You'll find a large jump on this side along with stairsets, urban setups, gap rails and the Wallride to name a few.
Pats Peak currently has two terrain parks open: Turbulence and Microburst Progression. The latter is more of a beginner park, whereas the former is for the more experienced rider.
Wanna Be Wild, Ragged's beginner terrain park, features small boxes, rails, and jumps. Wild Side, an intermediate to advanced park, includes jumps and rails that start small and progress as you make your way down the park. Lastly, Wild Ride features larger and more creative features compared to Wild Side.
Lower Park on Exhibition is open with 9 new features! Pop-Ups on Psyched and High Country. Exhibition is also ready for the Toyota Revolution Tour. On January 8th-13th, young athletes from the United States, Canada, Mexico, New Zealand, Australia, Japan, and Great Britain will descend upon the Exhibition Park as the next generation of Olympic freeskiers and snowboarders compete in slopestyle. Check out the sweet new jump line and features.