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  • 29°
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24hr
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48hr
13"
Base
30"
Mid
39"
YTD
63"

Meadows Parks

 

 

Designed to enhance the overall experience of the terrain parks at Mt. Hood Meadows, our new park configuration best utilizes the resort’s terrain while offering unique riding opportunities for guests of all ages and ability levels. This season, you’ll find an 18-foot Superpipe and creative features in the Zoo, Vista Park, Fireweed, Shipyard and Forest Park.

VOTE FOR MEADOWS PARKS

We are stoked to be a part of the 2019 Ski Area Management magazine's Terrain Park contest! Meadows Parks is listed in all three categories - Events, Features and Bread and Butter. Our annual Toyota reVEGETATE contest is nominated for Events, our Buttercup Wall Rides are under Features and the Fat Boxes are under Bread and Butter. Show your love and vote Meadows Parks!

Vote Meadows Parks!

  • Shipyard* Take lap after lap in our signature rail park. Shipyard is always the first park to open at Mt. Hood Meadows, and with small rails and boxes, large features and everything in between, this park has something for just about everyone. 
  • The Zoo A family-friendly progression park with rollers, small jumps and other mini features. The Zoo is the best place for guests of all ages to learn and improve their park riding skills. To get there; take the Mitchell Creek Trail off of Easy Rider.
  • Fireweed* Ride all day and into the night in Fireweed. This park hosts our slopestyle competitions and is where you will find small and medium features. 
  • Forest Park Tucked in the woods, Forest Park offers a creative variety of medium features for intermediate to advanced park riders.
  • Minipipe We are working on relocating the minipipe - stay tuned to our website and our Parks Instagram account for details!
  • Superpipe* Dial in your pipe riding skills in our 18' Superpipe. One of the only Superpipes in the Northwest, it also serves as a competition venue. 
  • Banked Slalom* Weave your way through a series of banked turns and rollers. Practice on your own or challenge a friend. The Banked Slalom course is also host for competitions at Meadows. 
  • Vista Park Vista Park will be accessible by the Vista and Cascade chairs. The park contains large and medium jump and rail lines with quick access to lower mountain parks - The Zoo, The Banked Slalom Course, the Half Pipe and Fireweed depending on which line you choose. Extra large jump lines will come later in the season.

* Lit up after dark!