February 23, 2024, | 9:11 am
Freeway is spinning but for racers only. Updates as they occur.
Our parks feature terrain for all levels of park skiers and riders, a majority of our parks concentrate on our high level intermediate and lower level park users.
Park Safety – Smart Style
How to be Park Smart: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4Y7lCN7SKiY
First Time in the Terrain Park
For our first-time park users, we offer a beginner park on the Flying Squirrel trail at Bear Den Learning Center as well as Mixing Bowl at the Whiteface Base. This is where it all begins. Get used to riding over snow features and maybe even catch a little air. Once again we will have our super mini half-pipe and a couple of wide flat boxes designed for skiers and riders to test the water before jumping right into the big stuff.
Looking for a little more info about park riding, safety, and what to expect when you are in the Park? We offer Park Sessions to help you learn the ropes, held monthly this program is the perfect introduction to park etiquette and safety. Think your little ripper is ready to give it a try, join us for a Flying Squirrel Session at Bear Den Learning Center, held monthly this program is the perfect introduction to park etiquette and safety for ages 12& under.General Inquiries »
Ski and Boarder Cross
Ski/boardercross riders should head over to Wolf and Wolf Run and check out our mini park and ski/boardercross course. This course is designed for all abilities with double and triple options for the advanced cross riders and roll-over features for the beginners. This cross course and mini park are serviced by its very own lift called the Warhorse. As always, know your ability and respect the smart style message.
Whiteface’s Biggest Jumps and Longest Rails
Looking to step up your game? Check out the features on Bear, this is where you will find the biggest jumps and longest rails on the mountain. Remember to know your ability level, always call your drop-in and know your landings are clear.