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Parks

If you like to ride parks, you have landed in the right place. Great Divide offers six different parks ranging from fun easy rollers and boxes, to the huge jumps, gaps and rails of Rodeo. We offer freestyle terrain for all ages and abilities. 

When all 6 Parks are open, we have an amazing total of up to 90 fun features!

Four parks are open every Friday night until 9pm so you can ride the features under the lights.

Ski Park Info

Great Divide’s Terrain Parks

Rowdy

No metal or wood, just fun rollers, spins and small snow features for little kids and beginners. Located on Meadow Mountain.

Ruckus

Introduction to boxes, rails and jumps. Three lines. Great for kids and new park riders. Located on Meadow Mountain.

Rascal

Step up and show your stuff right under the Good Luck Chairlift! Medium size boxes, rails and jumps. Access via Meadow Mountain or Good Luck Chairlift.

Revenge

Banked turns and big rollers on a terrific X-Course. Have fun with your friends.

WildWood

Fun in the forest. All features made of wood, in the woods! Access via Good Luck Chairlift.

Rodeo

Our big championship park. Huge jumps, technical features and the monster wall ride! Access via Good Luck chairlift.

Smart Style Safety

At Great Divide, we follow Smart Style guidelines when we ride, and you should, too!

  1. Make a plan.
  2. Every time you use freestyle terrain, make a plan for each feature you want to use. Your speed, approach and take off will directly affect your maneuver and landing.
  3. Look before you leap.
  4. Scope around the jumps first, not over them. Know your landings are clear and clear yourself out of the landing area.
  5. Easy style it.
  6. Start small and work your way up. (Inverted aerials not recommended).
  7. Respect gets respect.
  8. From the lift line through the park.

We build our parks as quickly as possible. Typically, we’ll open Rascal & WildWood very early in the season. Ruckus, Rowdy, and Revenge should be ready for Holiday Week. Rodeo takes a huge amount of snow and is usually ready by late January. For more information on terrain park safety please click the link below!