parks

Matinee

Status: CLOSED

A perfect spot for the ultimate beginner. Skier and riders will find anything from mini boxes and rails to small bumps and rollers, ideal for gaining the comfort needed to work up to lapping the resort’s other parks.

The Matinee Park is now closed for the 2015-16 Season. Thanks for the great year, see you next season.

 

 

Lower Double Feature Progression Park

Status: CLOSED

The Double Feature Parks located on the Alley, are Cranmore’s signature parks. With a strong focus on progression, guests can find beginner and intermediate lines of jumps and jibs that mimic each other to continuously progress and take each park lap a step further.

 

Lower Double Feature Park- An advanced progression park, you will find more advanced elements here.

 

Closed for the remainder of the 2015-16 season. Thanks for shredding our parks. See you next year!

 

 

 

Upper Double Feature Progression Park

Status: CLOSED

The Double Feature Parks located on the Alley, are Cranmore’s signature parks. With a strong focus on progression, guests can find beginner and intermediate lines of jumps and jibs that mimic each other to continuously progress and take each park lap a step further.

Upper Double Feature Park- Find small to medium size jumps and small and medium size elements.

Director's Cut Skier/Boarder Cross

Status: CLOSED

If grinding rails is not in the cards, less radical skiers and riders can try out the Skier/Boarder Cross located in the Director's Cut on South Slope. Visitors can race their friends and family down the winding course of bumps and berms!

 

*Due to Mother Nature, the Director's Cut Skier/Boarder Cross will not be open for the 2015/16 Winter Season. 

The Reel

Status: CLOSED

Located just below Director’s Cut on the South Slope, skiers and riders will find this area to be dedicated to intermediate and advanced features.

The Reel Park is now closed for the remainder of the 2015-16 season. Thank's for lapping our parks! See you next season.

 

 

 

 

 

 

park report

March 17th Park Update

Well it's been a year for the books, in one way or another. Thank you all for being patient with us and Mother Nature as we tried our best to give you the parks you all deserved to shred. The season ended pretty last minute for us. With the rain and the warm temps, it was hard to keep up with the melting out of our parks, so we had to say good bye.

On a more positive note, we were able to help out by surrendering the Lower Alley Park so that the annual Hannes Schneider Meister Cup could happen. This is probably the one event of the season that really brings out the history and culture that is Cranmore Mountain. We couldn't see this event not happen for the first time in 40 years.

As you all probably know by now, we closed mid-week operations this past week in order to save the snow that still remains. The mountain is still scheduled to reopen for this coming weekend. Even though there may not be any parks to ride, there will be snow, so get your last laps of the 2015-16 season in at Cranmore. The weather is looking nice; let those goggle tans happen.

We want to thank you all again for helping make this bummer season the exact opposite and worth while. Thanks for shredding the Cranmore Parks. We can't wait for next season. 

 

April