The home of the huge, the gigantic, the immense, the gargantuan – you get the idea. If you’re looking to go big, Haywire is your hangout. We’ve improved snowmaking in here and come mid-winter you’ll find a rugged jump line and our biggest rails.
The Stomping Grounds are back for 2012-13, and you can expect some even more creative setups in here than ever before. Over the last few years we’ve widened this bad boy up, taken out some sketchy corners, and made it the new home for intermediate freestylers. If you’re way beyond the beginner park, but still get queasy thinking about those big booters in Haywire, the Stomping Grounds is for you. For current photos of this year's setup, check out our blog.
Located underneath the SuperQuad, Sidewinder is Sugarloaf’s permanant snowboardcross/skiercross course. Designed by two-time Olympic Snowboardcross Gold Medalist Seth Wescott, Sidewinder is the place to test your chops in this rapidly growing sport. Watch for Seth making laps in Sidewinder as he trains for another season on the World Cup tour.
Pipe Dreams Superpipe
A new snowmaking line last year helped us build one of our best Superpipes ever, and you can expect more of the same for this season. Look for the highest quality halfpipe that Sugarloaf has ever had with all the same big-time specs – 400 feet long, 18 foot walls cut with a Zaugg PipeMonster.
Never hit a rail before? Want to hit a jump but not sure how? Located at the bottom of Whiffletree, the Skybound Park is home to Sugarloaf’s beginner park features. If you’re ready to take your first foray into park riding, check out our small rails, boxes, and jumps that will give you all the confidence you need to tackle some of our bigger features.