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Parks & Pipes

The Streets

The Streets

Blurring the line between urban and park riding. This hike park is full of handrails, wallrides, stairsets and other urban inspired terrain. Modeled after some of nearby Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania’s architecture, The Streets is hard to miss nestled right by the legendary Foggy Goggle.

The Spot

The Spot

Our showcase jump line, a 22ft Superpipe and the burliest jibs on the mountain. The spot sits front and center by our main parking lot. A lot of legendary tricks have gone down in our Large park!
At over 500’ long, our world-class halfpipe is the only 22’ Olympic standard halfpipe in the East! You cannot miss this monster pipe as you enter the resort.

Santa’s Beard

The gift that keeps on giving. Santa’s Beard is where you can learn how to slide your first rail or stomp a clean 360. This park features a rope tow that will keep you entertained for hours! We fill this park with a variety of small and medium features. Santa’s Beard is left off of The Polar Bear Express immediately after Arctic Blast.

The Alley

Top to bottom bliss. Rails, boxes, jumps and hips snake their way down the North side of the mountain in quick succession. They Alley is a proving ground for riders looking to step things up!

North Park

Slide over to the North Face of our mountain and drop into North Park. We’ve redesigned North Park for 2016 into a beginner friendly zone full of small features, bank turns and transition. A boardercross design is perfect for skiers and snowboarders looking to link their first tricks and get comfortable on transition.

Arctic Blast

Arctic Blast is a great area to get a feel for riding transition. This park includes small rollers, boxes and bank turns to get familiar with freestyle terrain. Take the kids for a rip through the tunnel!

Pirates Riglet Park

Seven Springs continues its commitment to the growth and development of snowboarding and freestyle skiing with the creation of the Riglet Park in partnership with Burton Snowboards. The introductory park is designed for children ages 4-7 and features both full and half-day group lessons with certified instructors. The Riglet Park’s design is reminiscent of a baseball field. Inside the park you will find a diverse selection of fun features like cone zone, where kids will learn to towed between cones while being towed by coaches. Look for oversized bases, baseball bat jibs, a dugout zone, t-ball, a pirate ship to play on and a home plate fort!

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