Designed for learning and progression. Small features help you learn the ropes and tricks to take your terrain park riding to the next level and new heights
Tyrolienne is home to Stratton's small terrain features with a focus on progression so freestyle riders and skiers can develop their game before heading into the bigger parks or boardercross course.
Big Ben - double the size, double the fun for 2012-13. Featuring a variety of intermediate progressive terrain.
East Byrneside features a top to bottom boardercross course built and designed by the Stratton Parks Crew with the help of Olympic Medalists Lindsey Jacobellis and Ross Powers. Easily accessible from the high-speed American Express lift, you might just be looping this park. Stay tuned for more on camps and special events. All terrain features and snow conditions change daily. Please do a run by all features before using them, terrain designs will change throughout the season.
Suntanner features a 13 foot 'mini' pipe that plays host to the Vermont Open Pipe Competition.
Sit back and relax as our video playlist take you through all of our Terrain Parks videos from this 2012-13 season.View Details
Stratton maintains a number of Terrain Parks of varying sizes and difficulties around the mountain. To keep the parks in pristine condition, we've hired some of the most talented and dedicated people we could find. We present to you, the Terrain Parks Crew!
Your Source for Freestyle Terrain & Terrain Park Information
Rail jams, boardercross and Cold Wars - see what's going down in Stratton's Terrain Parks this season.