Learn about the different types of features and parks, and how to safely maneuver on and through them!
Terrain Park Overview
Park Notes 11/25/2023:
HAPPY OPENING WEEKEND. We are so stoked for the 2023-2024 snow season. For opening weekend, we plan on having a small pop-up park on the top portion of Twister. We can’t wait to throw it down with you.
TWISTER POP UP PARK:
30′ Flat Rail
Read our Park SMART Safety tips before you drop into the 2023/24 season!
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Still accepting applications for Terrain Park Attendants.
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Letting others know that you’re dropping next promotes better park flow. To signal that you’re going next, just give others around you a simple hand wave to respectfully get the point across.
Respect the terrain and others. One person on a feature at a time, wait your turn, call your start, and clear the landing area quickly. Respect all signs and stay off closed terrain and features.
The size of the features differs from resort to resort, so do a preview lap.
Respect your head. Wear a helmet, it’s that simple! Helmets are a smart idea and they’ll help keep you warm.
Looking to get off the ground? From laidback vibes to competition courses, Gore Mountain has a strong slopestyle scene with a fresh variety of features that lets you progress at your own pace. Start small and work your way up!