5 Sick Terrain Parks

Alright. Let’s just start off by saying that frankly all New Hampshire terrain parks are pretty sick. But if you really want to fly high this winter, here are five in particular that our adrenaline-seeking Facebook Fans recommend.

Loon Mountain
When you’re consistently ranked among top terrain parks in the East by ski and snowboarding publications, you know there are plenty of freestylin’ good times to be had there.

Waterville Valley
Get ready to “jib, jive and high five.” Waterville Valley’s terrain park has something for everyone with lessons, jump lines and unlimited park laps to the FunRun filled with rollers and bank turns. There’s an incredible view, too!

Bretton Woods
This one’s got great options for beginner and experienced boarders alike, starting small and progressively building up to the Coös Terrain Park where the freestyle features and big jumps are pretty epic.

Cannon Mountain
At Cannon, you can start with small jumps at the Huckerbrook mini-terrain park, or explore the dozen cool features of Tossup, the mountain’s medium-sized terrain park. Not too big. Not too little. But just right.

Mount Sunapee
The Six O' Three Terrain Park at Mount Sunapee has a rad triple and pipeline to try. And if you’re serious about snowboarding, you’re gonna want to put your skills to the test on Jetstream, the advanced-level park, with their stairsets, urban setups, gap rails and Wallride.