Ski Resort Beaver Creek in Aspen: Position on map

Review Beaver Creek: Freestyle Skiing

Category Terrain Parks: Official review by Snow-Online.com
      Terrain Parks 9 / 10
      Overall score: *50 / 60
      *6 out of 10 categories rated

      Three terrain parks and a super pipe!

      The terrain parks and the halfpipe are not quite as gigantic as in nearby Vail, however Snowboarders are still well catered to in Beaver Creek. “Park 101” is a rather small terrain park featuring easier obstacles, thus is the perfect place for all those that are not too experienced in the “Air & Style” department. The proximate “Zoom Room” focuses on intermediate boarders and free-skiers. Both parks are located close to the “Cinch Express” lifts (see trail map). The largest terrain-park in Beaver Creek, where also the half-pipe is located, is the “Moonshine” terrain-park at the “Bootleg” trail and can be accessed via the “Centennial Express”. Very skilled boarders that prefer ungroomed terrain should venture into the grounds between the “Centennial Express” and the “Birds of Prey Express”. Novice Boarders find excellent novice-facilities and terrain at the Beaver Creek Village base or can explore the numerous easy trails in the Arrowhead subarea (details see beginner category).

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