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Terrain Parks

Cannonsburg’s terrain park feature arsenal includes more than 80 jibs and jumps. From our Jiblet Park for the freestyle curious skier or rider to Cannon Park for the freestyle expert, Cannonsburg has all the terrain you need to go from park first-timer to pro.

CANNONSBURG PARKS

1. CANNON PARK
Cannonsburg has taken the jumpline / slopestyle course to the next level with our signature Cannon Park. Home to our redesigned 3-hit jump line , The Cannon Park is one of the the biggest, baddest, and most importantly, most fun advanced level parks in the Midwest! 2016 build happening soon!

2. SHOWTIME PARK
Stockpiled with massive amounts of snow and home to Cannonsburg’s most extensive park builds, the Showtime Park has played host to events including the Rome SDS “Premature Jibulation”, Burton “Midwest Love” Rail Jam and Neff “Beach Bash”. There’s nothing better than showing up to Cannonsburg on a Saturday morning and seeing a brand new park built out right in front of the lodge.

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3. THE PLAYGROUND
The Playground is the perfect place for beginner to intermediate riders to get comfortable in the park and more advanced riders to learn a few new tricks. Littered with a variety of features for all skill levels and fed by the Progression Express Rope Tow, skiers and riders are able to get in more park laps and progress their skills faster than they ever thought possible.

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4. JIBLET PARK
The Jiblet Park is where to start if you’re thinking about hitting a feature or jump for the first time or just want to gain a little more freestyle confidence. With more than half a dozen ground level box features and a variety of small jump options, you can have your first terrain park experience without all the consequence. They say practice makes perfect and with the Jiblet Park being serviced by the Progression Express Rope Tow, you’ll be learning new skills in no time!

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5. RIGLET PARK
Created in partnership with Burton Snowboards the Riglet Park and its associated Learn To Ride (LTR) equipment provides young children the ability to start out snowboarding instead of skiing. Designed around the concept of play the Riglet Park is specifically tailored for riders from 2-6 years of age. Some ground level features include wide boxes and rails, rollers and bumps that encourage both fun and progression!

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TERRAIN PARK LINKS

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> Freestyle Event Series
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