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Category Terrain Parks: Official review by Snow-Online.com
      Terrain Parks 10 / 10
      Overall score: *51 / 60
      *6 out of 10 categories rated

      Five terrain parks for all ability levels and one giant superpipe!

      Snowboarders who like spending the day practicing their newest tricks and jumps in the terrain park are going to love Copper Mountain. There are five terrain parks spread out on the mountain. Directly above Center Village, at the base terminal of the American Eagle lift, snowboarders show off their courageous leaps on a gigantic superpipe while wide-eyed guests at Jack’s Bar look on. The largest of the five terrain parks is the Catalyst Terrain Park, which can be reached from High Point. Here, kickers the size of houses await freestylers brave enough to mount them. Those not yet up to the challenge will be better served by the smaller Jibberish, High Point (both also located on High Point) or Eagle Jib parks (Eagle Jib can be found at the upper terminal of the American Eagle lift). The child-friendly „Kidz Terrain Park“ located between the upper terminals of American Flyer and Timberline Express is the icing on the cake and helps guarantee that even the air&style offspring will have a thoroughly enjoyable experience. Since the trail selection is great for every level of ability, and freeriders will be just as satisfied with the off-piste experience, Copper Mountain receives a well-deserved 5 out of 5 stars in the category for Snowboarders.

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