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Review Sun Peaks Resort: Freestyle Skiing

Sun Peaks Resort
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last update on Nov 22, 2021
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Category Terrain Parks: Official review by Snow-Online.com
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Scores:
Terrain Parks 10 / 10
Overall: 78 / 100
  • Obstacles for beginners and experts
  • Adequate set-up in the terrain park
  • Changing set-up
  • One or more terrain parks available
  • No lift to the terrain park

Rockstar Energy Terrain Park – Not for the Faint-Hearted

Sun Peaks' giant 10 acre Rockstar Energy Terrain Park runs the entire length of the Sundance chairlift. Groomed to perfection daily, it features a wide range of jumps, rails, and boxes and boasts different areas suited for different levels.

The Platter Park boasts small features that are fun to session for beginners in freestyle. It is accessed with the Village Platter. Billabong Triple Line is opened for seasoned skiers and riders and should be avoided by the faint-hearted. Extra large features make for great stunts and jumps and guarantee an unforgettable day in the park.

By offering such skill-adjusted features and providing such a perfectly groomed terrain, it goes without saying that Sun Peaks is awarded in this category.

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