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Features for all abilities
Home of the Sugarloaf Banked Slalom
The Sugarloaf Terrain Park Crew builds and maintains features for all abilities and are always working to create new and exciting features. Check out our two newest parks: Not-Yet-Named on Upper Tote Road, and Spurline.
Home to our largest features, Dropline is located adjacent to Lower Winter’s Way and can be lapped off of either Whiffletree or the Double Runner chair. If you wanna go big, this is where you wanna be
Upper Tote Road
New for 21/22, this is a progression park with a view. Located high on the shoulder of the mountain just off of Upper Tote Road, this unnamed park can be lapped from the Timberline chair. It has a number of small-to-medium-sized jib features to get you ready for our larger parks further down the mountain.
Wanna take it easy? Our beginner park can be found down the riders right-hand side of Boardwalk, right off of the Double Runner chair. It offers a starter pack of features and is great for kids.
Home of the Annual Sugarloaf Banked Slalom and our Competition Boardercross course, Sidewinder is a roller coaster of a trail located just below Peavy X-Cut from Competition Hill. Look for it on your left when you're on the SuperQuad.
New for 21/22, Spurline is a flowy medium park filled with a variety of jibs, snow features, and jumps. Use it as a warm-up on your way to Stomping Grounds, Sidewinder, or Dropline from the SuperQuad, or connect from the park on Upper Tote to Binder-Spurline-Peavy X-cut for a high altitude lap that can be repeated via the Skyline Chair.
A local favorite, Stomping Grounds is located mid mountain below King’s Landing, and contains some of our favourite medium features and a handful of large features to prepare you for Dropline. Up top you can find a creative rail section with a mind boggling number of line options, while further down is everyone’s favorite 3-pack of Medium jumps.
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