parks

Matinee

Status: OPEN

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.

 

 

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.

 

 

 

 

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!

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.

 

 

 

 

park report

December Terrain Park Update

 

Hello Everyone!

Here’s our second written park update of the year. I hope you all have been enjoying the warm weather. It makes for a fun day of riding, but doesn’t do any good for new snow, natural or manmade. The weather is getting colder and we’ve been blowing snow on the Alley in preparation for building the Lower Alley park! Speaking of which, we’ll be building that park on Tuesday, December 23rd. It will be ready to ride just in time for Christmas and the New Year!

Our Shred The Solstice competition went really well. We had a great turn out. Thanks to all of you who came out and supported the competitors. We hope to see you all again at our After Dark Series on January 3rd, February 14thand March 3rd, or for ages 12 and under, Grommet Shred Fest on December 28th.

 

Results from Shred the Solstice...

             Skiers:

               1st Will Synnott

               2nd Jordan Cooper

               3rd Jacob Bryer

 

               Boarders:

               1st Ben Cram

               2nd Dominic Gilmore

 

Congratulations to all of those that placed!

Stay tuned for some pictures (and possibly videos) of our next build on Tuesday, December 23rd! Be sure to check out & follow our Instagram,  @cranmoreparks to see some of the pictures from our latest event!

A reminder/safety tip: Please do not ski off the sides of the takeoffs of the rails and boxes. They are designed to be hit straight on to get onto the rail or box, not off the sides. When they are not hit correctly it can be dangerous and ruins the take off. When the takeoff is deformed it compromises the angle of the approach and can be dangerous for the riders who are using it correctly. Please use your best judgment when you are in the parks!

Lastly, we have a guest Ranger for the next few weeks! His name is Zach Rocco. He was a ranger last year and is home from Colorado! If you see Zach say hi and welcome back. He also likes treats, so don’t be bashful to share the extra cookie you brought from home with him.

 

As always, see you out there and pray for snow!  

- Brantly

Terrain Park Lead