Arapahoe Basin Opens for ANOTHER WEEKEND - but there's a catch

Submitted by Andy on Thu, 07/11/2019 - 13:11

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Shredding on Araphoe Basins Terrain Park 

Arapahoe Basin continues the thrill of summer skiing with options to ski and board on their terrain parks! Go have some fun 

Summer Terrain Park Info

Dates: July 13 and 14 (Saturday-Sunday) 
Location: Top of the High Noon Run
Access: Ride the Black Mountain Express. From there, it's a short walk. Accessible by foot traffic, only.
Hours: 11:00 a.m. - 2:30 p.m. Last download at 3:00 p.m. NO SKIING/BOARDING TO THE BASE AVAILABLE. 
Tickets: Everyone must purchase a $25 terrain park ticket on-site in the Guest Services office. No passes are valid.

Winter Season Terrain Parks

​Treeline Terrain Park

This intermediate/advanced park continues in its legendary role as the highest terrain park in North America. It is accessible from either the Lenawee or Pallavicini lifts.

  • 20’ Down Rail
  • Tire-Barrel Bonk
  • Mini Stump Stall
  • Snow-cano
  • Up-Down Rail 
  • Donkey Rail
  • 20’ Jump
  • Tube Wall
  • 4 Barrel Bonk
  • Down-Flat-Down Rail

Many of the features in our terrain parks are built using materials recycled from the rest of the ski area. Check out the Treeline Terrain Park and learn more about how we build it!

High Divide Terrain Park

This is our beginner, family-friendly park just below mid-mountain. Access it from Black Mountain Express. 

  • 2 small jumps
  • Flat tower tube
  • 15-foot flat box
  • Hitching-post spine 
  • 8-foot double barrel flat rail
  • 10-foot double barrel mini flat down rail

Your Responsibility Code

Freestyle terrain may include half-pipes, as well as terrain parks and terrain features. They are provided for your enjoyment and offer adventure, challenge and fun. However, freestyle terrain use, like skiing and riding, exposes you to serious injury. Prior to using freestyle terrain, it is your responsibility to familiarize yourself with all instructions and warning and to follow "your responsibility code."

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