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.

 

 

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

November Terrain Park Update

What do you think of our new look? We decided to change a few things for this season. Some new logos here, a new website there, change is a good thing! Speaking of change, it’s that time of year again. Days are shorter and colder, leaves have come and gone, and that means that snow is right around the corner. Now, depending on who you talk to, that four letter “S” word can bring with it a scowl or a high five/chest bump. I’m prone to do the latter when the snow word is mentioned. If you’re reading this, you probably like snow too! Or you were out searching the depths of the internet for knowledge and wisdom and somehow stumbled upon my update (or rambling depending on who you talk to). If that’s the case, welcome. Pull up a chair and let’s talk about stuff and things, mostly about the Terrain Park.


We are really stoked and looking forward to this winter. We have a new event to kick off our season called the Homecoming Rail Jam. On November 29th we will have a few jibs set up in front of the Eating House deck. It will be a fun way to kick off the new season and get your park legs back under you. Around that time we’re also going to be planning and setting up our preseason park. The location of that park is yet to be determined by how much snow we have at that time (hopefully a lot!). Also new this year will be the After Dark Series. There will be more on that in future posts.
Pray for snow and check back in for more updates and videos!

- Brantly,
Terrain Park Lead