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Bluewood Mtn.
New Snow
24 HR
48 HR
Total
Base
trace in
6 in
82 in
Summit
102 in

The Parks 

With a NEW commitment to freestyle terrain and a NEW attitude to the entire experience at Bluewood; welcome to a NEW level of excitement, challenges and fun with our two terrain parks...plus, additional features throughout the many slopes of our ski area.  Welcome to "The Parks at Bluewood".....the 'Good Times' are here, and you should be too!

Go to our Terrain Park FB page for all our latest news http://www.facebook.com/SkiBluewoodTerrainPark

 

Platter Pull Lap PArk:

Ledge

Disco Box

Small Rail

Box

Corrugated Tubes

 

Park Video filmed January 24 - 25 - 26, 2014

 

The Wood: the Big Park

This is Bluewood's main park and is located off of the Triple Nickel chair. Our park crew  constantly evolves features so you can enjoy your time to the absolute fullest extent possible. Features include rails, boxes, jumps, hips, elements, bonks, tires, totems and much, much more. Expect to be impressed in The Wood.

 

The Twig: The Progression Park 

Designed for those just learning skills in the terrain park, The Twig is the perfect place to practice. This terrain is great for getting an introduction to freestyle features with low drop-offs, ride-on setups and small-air features. This park provides ample opportunity to build confidence and skills before rolling on to the larger features. Typically this park is located at the base of Country Road and/or over in the Platter Pull area.

 

Smart Style

 

4 MAIN POINTS OF SMART STYLE
  1. Make a Plan
    - Every time you use freestyle terrain, make a plan for each feature you want to use
    - Your speed, approach & takeoff will directly affect your maneuver and landing
  2. Look Before You Leap
    - Before getting into freestyle terrain observe all signage & warnings
    - Scope around the jumps first not over them
    - Use your first run as a warm up run & to familiarize yourself with the terrain
    - Be aware that the features change constantly due to weather, usage, grooming & time of day
    - Do not jump blindly & use a spotter when necessary
  3. Easy Style It
    - Know your limits & ski/ride within your ability level
    - Look for small progression parks or features to begin with and work your way up
    - Freestyle skills require maintaining control on the ground & in the air
    - Do not attempt any features unless you have sufficient ability & experience to do so safely
    - Inverted aerials increase your risk of injury & are not recommended
  4. Respect Gets Respect
    - Respect the terrain & others
    - One person on a feature at a time
    - Wait your turn & call your drop/start
    - Always clear the landing area quickly
    - Respect all signs & stay off closed terrain and features