When you’re ready to test your freestyle skills and leave solid ground, defy gravity in our Sunset Terrain Park! Located on “Sunset Boulevard,” this park offers fun boxes, rails, hits, spines, and more.
For those wanting to learn how to ride in the park, we will have progression section with boxes and rails suitable for beginners. Our Ski & Ride School also has instructors ready to teach you to ride the features like a pro.
STP is dedicated to developing and maintaining a progressive Freestyle Terrain program that is safe, fun which will help develop future athletes.
Start your shred day in the Prairie Dawg Start Park which will consists of up to 15 banks, rollers, s-turns, boxes, & rails designed to facilitate the skills needed in our more advanced parks. Be careful to watch for skiers and snowboards not utilizing freestyle terrain as this is a multi-use trail.
When your ready to step up your freestyle game look to the Pocket Progression Parks on Southern Belle. Here you will find up to 5 small to medium sized jumps, 15 rails, boxes, and other jibs, and up to 10 other snow features including a snow cross course later in the season. Be careful to watch for skiers and snowboards not utilizing freestyle terrain as this is a multi-use trail.
Once you have mastered your freestyle skills check out the namesake Sunset Terrain Park consisting of up to 12 medium to large jumps, 40 rails, boxes, and other jibs, and up to 10 other snow features such as hips, spines, etc. Sunset Terrain Park contains the largest and most advanced Freestyle Terrain on the mountain
The parks are consistently changing due to weather, use, and available snow. Be sure to check out the Parks Report page for all the details on your favorite parks status.
Arizona Snowbowl Terrain Park - March 2013
Dew the Mountain Rail Jam March 16, 2013
Freestyle terrain may include half-pipes, terrain parks, and terrain features, which offer adventure, challenge, and fun. However, freestyle terrain use — like all skiing and riding — exposes you to the risk of serious injury.
For more terrain park safety infromation please visit www.terrainparksafety.org
Freestyle Terrain Areas are designed with an orange oval and may contain jumps, hits, ramps, banks, fun boxes, jibs, rails, half pipes, quarter pipes, snowcross, bump terrain and other constructed or natural terrain features. Prior to using Freestyle Terrain, you are responsible for familiarizing yourself with Freestyle Terrain and obeying all instructions, warnings and signs. Freestyle skills require maintaining control on the ground, and in the air. Use of Freestyle Terrain exposes you to the risk of serious injury or death. Inverted aerials are not recommended. You must assume the risk.
Freestyle Terrain has designations for size. Start Small and work your way up. Designations are relative to this ski area.