Park and Pipe
Our 2012/13 season has ended. Thank you for another amazing winter season!
Our 350 x 18 foot halfpipe on Lower Standard.
At Stowe Mountain Resort, our two mountains are naturally divided into six distinct areas that each provide a unique atmosphere for skiers and riders. One of the six is the Mansfield Triple. This ranks highest with young skiers and riders thanks to two freestyle terrain parks and other freestyle treats.
A Little about our Terrain Parks
Fifth Ave is an ever-evolving Rail Garden right off the top of the Mountain Triple to provide a top to bottom freestyle experience off this lift.
North Slope is our medium sized park, with a 3-jump line and the Amp Bus. All of the action in North Slope can be viewed from the Mt. Triple.
Lower Lord is our newest park addition, a nine-feature medium rail park that takes you from Crossover all the way to the base of the Mt. Triple.
Tyro is our Largest Park in relation to all of our other Park offerings, we will add a rail or two and also provide respectable “Air Time” jump features.
Midway is our Small entry level Terrain Park for anyone looking to easy style it by starting small and working their way up to our other Parks.
Lower Standard contains our 350 ft x 18 ft halfpipe and our Small/Medium Terrain Park adding a stepping stone of progression from the Midway Small Park and one step below our North Slope Medium Park. In addition to the pipe, Lower Standard contains rails, boxes, jumps and rollers.
For up to date event information visit our resort events calendar and the Stowe Parks Facebook group.
Freestyle Terrain 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. Watch the Smartstyle video at http://terrainparksafety.org/press.asp.
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