Unbound Terrain Parks
Freestyle Terrain areas are designated with an orange oval and may contain jumps, take-offs, ramps, banks, fun boxes, jibs, rails, half pipes, quarter pipes, snowcross, bump terrain, and other constructed or natural terrain features. Prior to using Freestyle Terrain, you are responsible for familiarizing yourself with the terrain and obeying all instructions, warnings, and signs.
- Start Small
- Make a Plan
- Always Look
- Respect Others
- Take it Easy
Mammoth’s largest park has set the bar for pro-level terrain parks with its massive, perfectly sculpted jumps, technical rails, and the 22-foot halfpipe. Countless professional skiers and snowboarders have launched their careers right here. Over the years, our park builders have continued to push the boundaries of creativity and fun while keeping the video worthiness of Main Park alive and well.
This is the perfect stepping-stone on your way to our expert and pro-level parks. Well-proportioned jumps and jibs with small gaps allow for a fun and natural way to progress your skills. With Forest Trail easily accessed from Chair 6, banging out a ton of laps in a short amount of time is a snap. Be sure to check out the Twilight Zone towards the bottom of the park for a super fun banked slalom through the trees.
Jibs & More
Just to the side of South Park, this park has nothing but metal and plastic protruding from the slope, in all shapes and sizes. When the weather isn't cooperating, the lower elevation of this park makes it a perfect place to spend the day hiking a down tube with or playing a game of “SKATE” on a box with some friends.
Disco, Wonderland & Eagle Playgrounds
To help gain confidence on freestyle terrain, these beginner-friendly parks include features like gentle rollers, small snow spines, mini-boxes, and jumps that get bigger and longer as you shred through the park.
Located just off South Park and also known as the "BMX Run," this park is defined by its short, poppy jumps, which remind many of riding a bike through a pump track. Flow is at the forefront here, with cruisey speed, rhythmic jumps, and mellow berms combining to create a hypnotic shred pace you never want to end. If Main Park is Metallica and South Park is Led Zeppelin, then Snake Run is Steely Dan – a soft-rock massage of the senses.
There’s a reason pros come to this park to warm up and spend their entire day lapping the South Park jump and jib lines. The long-run length and flowy feel mixed with the early sun and lighter winds all combine to create a truly incredible terrain park experience.
When the snow begins to stack up, the park crew heads out to the Hemlocks and starts building kickers to better utilize some of the landings on the slope. Mother Nature did some impressive work on the Hemlocks, but with a little help from our shovels, the place becomes a big-mountain freestyle paradise. Launching off a massive step-down into fresh powder is unlike anything else you can do no skis or snowboards.
Bowls, spines, hips, volcanoes, and other snow features combine to create our surrealist take on the terrain park. Surfy, skatey, and altogether original, the Transition Park takes time to master. Be patient with the transitions: it can take hours to dial in lines and fully realize where speed is hiding. Creating speed and maximizing flow are key when looking to take full advantage of this park.