Terrain Parks


Located outside of the legendary Foggy Goggle, The Streets terrain park features your favorite urban inspired terrain. Handrails, wallrides, stair sets and more can be found in this evolving park.
Slide over to the North Face of our mountain and drop into North Park. You’ll find a beginner friendly zone full of small features, bank turns, and transitions. The perfect place for skiers and snowboarders to zero in their riding.
Arctic Blast is a great area to get a feel for the terrain park with an assortment of progression features. This park includes small rollers, boxes and bank turns to get familiar with freestyle terrain. Take the kids for a rip through the tunnel! Check out Arctic Blast as you get off the Polar Bear Express.
Top to bottom bliss. Rails, boxes, jumps and hips snake their way down the North side of the mountain in quick succession. The Alley is a proving ground for riders looking to step things up! Access the Alley below the Blitzen and North Pole lift.
Santa has got the goods! The Beard is wear we first got hooked on park riding. Featuring a rope tow and an ever changing lineup of small to medium features, count on Santa’s Beard to strengthen your park ability. Santa’s Beard is left off of The Polar Bear Express immediately after Arctic Blast.

The Superpipe gives us the opportunity to host major qualifying events, bringing in elite athletes competing for the dream of making the U.S. Ski and Snowboard Team via events such as the U.S. Revolution Tour.

For Mid-Atlantic skiers and snowboarders, the pipe is also an opportunity for our local and regional athletes to develop their skills and work toward competing at the highest levels. Each year, the goal of the Seven Springs Parks & Pipes team is to provide progressive parks that cater to skiers and snowboarders of all ability levels, creating the perfect place to learn and grow new skills. The Superpipe represents the highest levels of those ambitions.

Some of the most iconic East Coast park action took place here! With the Spot’s iconic view from the parking lot, wave to your friends as you slide through some of our most advanced jumps and jibs. Find the spot immediately to the left of the North Pole lift.


  • If you are just getting into the park for the first time, or first time that day, start with small features and work your way up. If you aren’t sure about how to use a feature, build your skills first.
  • When starting out, look for small progression parks and features and then work your way up to medium or large parks and features. Freestyle Terrain
  • comes in different sizes so make sure and start small and work your way up before going into larger parks.


  • Every time you use freestyle terrain have a plan for each feature you are going to use.
  • Remember, your speed, approach and take-off will directly affect your maneuver and landing.(ATML)
  • (A) The approach zone is for setting your speed and stance.
  • (T) The Take-off zone is for making moves that start your trick.
  • (M) The Maneuver zone is for controlling your style.
  • (L) The Landing Zone is for getting straight and riding away clean.


  • Before you drop. Before getting into freestyle terrain observe all signage and warnings.
  • Use your first run as a warm run and to familiarize yourself with the park layout and features.
  • Remember that the features change constantly due to weather, usage and time of day so it is important to continue to inspect features through out the day.


  • The features and other users.
  • One person on a feature at a time.
  • Wait your turn and call your drop-in.
  • Always clear the landing area quickly.
  • Respect all signs and stay off closed features.
  • Remember that respect is important both in the park, and on the rest of the resort. So be smart when you are heading down the mountain or to the lift and save your best tricks for the park.


  • Know your limits. Land on your feet.
  • Ride within your ability and consider taking a lesson if you want to build your knowledge, skills, and bag of tricks.
  • Stay in control both on the ground and in the air.
  • Remember you can control how big or small you take the feature by varying speed and take off.
  • Inverted aerials increase the chance of serious injury and are not recommended.
Arctic Blast Children's Area 540' 50' 80' Small Snowmaking
Santa's Beard Terrain Park 411' 192' 80' Small Snowmaking
Little North Face Terrain Park 570'
150' 60' Medium
Little North Face Half Pipe 225' 45' 80' Medium
The Alley Terrain Park 3,500' 65' 650' Medium Snowmaking
The Spot Terrain Park 1,223' 195' 520' Large Snowmaking
The Spot Superpipe 450' 195' 520' Large Snowmaking
The Streets 300'
210' 80' S/L