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      Two terrain parks, a halfpipe and endless freeriding!

      Snowboarders love powder (at least most of them do). The fact that Jackson Hole has more freeride slopes and difficult moguls than almost any other ski resort in the entire US (only Vail and Aspen are up there with them) was alluded to in the last category. Two terrain parks and a huge halfpipe keep freestylers content as well. On Eagle's Rest is the intermediate terrain park with kickers as high as houses and various rails. A further terrain park with smaller jumps is located in the beginners area off of Lower Teewinot. The superpipe is a bit harder to find. Set above the upper terminal of the Teewinot lift, it can be found off to the side of the Werner trail with the trees. A rope tow takes freestylers from the end of the trail to the upper part of the halfpipe. Snowboarders not necessarily seeking the adrenaline rush of the freeride slopes nor the challenge of the terrain park will find numerous groomed intermediate carving slopes on Apres Vous Mountain and off the upper terminal of the Bridger Gondola. With only 10% of the slopes being „easy,“ beginners unfortunately catch the short end of the stick.

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