Mammoth Mountain Terrain Park Guide

Mammoth Mountain Terrain Park

If you’re reading this, then there’s a good chance that you’re traveling to Mammoth Mountain just to ride the world-famous Unbound Terrain Parks. If you’re not, then this is your chance to find out why professionals from all over the world travel to Mammoth just to ride the parks there.

Mammoth Mountain is home to several terrain parks with everything from simple flat boxes to 22-foot halfpipes and backcountry style jumps, which means there is something there for everyone. To figure out which Mammoth Mountain Terrain Park is right for you, check out our guide below!

Main Park and South Park

Mammoth’s terrain parks have been known for their progressive features for over 20 years, and if you visit Main Park or South Park you’ll see exactly why.

Although these parks are designed for expert and advanced riders only, even from the sidelines and lifts you can see how the massive and unique features force skiers and snowboarders to do their best riding. The crown jewel of the Mammoth terrain parks is the 22-foot halfpipe at Main Park, but there are so many more jumps, rails, and other features that make these parks a must visit if you’re an expert rider.

The Hemlocks

Although not technically considered a terrain park, it’s worth mentioning the Hemlocks because if you have any interest in backcountry riding then they are too good to pass up.

The Hemlocks are a backcountry-style terrain park within Mammoth’s boundaries that combines steep slopes, natural terrain, and plenty of snow to create an incredible riding experience. Even if you live in the terrain park, check out the Hemlocks for an experience that’s hard to find on any other mountain.

Forest Trail

Forest Trail is open to riders of all skill levels, but that doesn’t mean that advanced riders can’t find challenging features there.

Forest Trail consists of jumps, jibs, and other features like a banked slalom run that allow all skill levels to have fun. Still, if you’re looking to perfect your technique before heading over to the bigger terrain parks, you’ll have every opportunity to do so at Forest Trail.

Jibs & More

If you don’t need jumps and are just looking for a good time, check out Jibs & More.

Jibs & More is made up of rails, boxes, and anything else the Unbound pros think skiers and snowboarders can slide on, so if you’re looking to perfect your nose press or need to try your first 50/50 then Jibs & More has the perfect feature for you to do it on.

Disco Wonderland and Eagle Playgrounds

You may see the words wonderland and playground and think that Disco Wonderland and Eagle Playgrounds are only meant for kids, but if you’re exploring the terrain park for the first time then these parks are the perfect place to begin. Whether you’re ready to try a rail or just want to ride some rollers, the feature you need to try something new out is at Disco Wonderland and Eagle Playgrounds.

To find the different parks and trails, download the Winter Trail Map from this page.

Which Mammoth Mountain terrain park is your favorite?

Mammoth Mountain Terrain Park Guide

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