Snowboarders come to Lake Tahoe for a chance to tackle a variety of terrain parks, ranging from beginners rollers to extreme gap jumps. If its terrain features you crave, you’ll find them here in Lake Tahoe.
- Boreal Resort is home to the only all mountain terrain park in North America.
- Sierra at Tahoe’s Burton Progression Park is the ideal place for beginners to hone their skills.
- Heavenly Ski Resort is home to the largest super pipe in the Tahoe basin.
- Equipment Rentals are available at area resorts and retail outlets.
Epic half pipes, challenging rails, huge table tops, and beginner obstacles, the Lake Tahoe area terrain parks offer snowboarders challenges for all ability levels.
Where to go Snowboarding
- Squaw Valley
Home to Belmont, Riviera, Ford Mainline, and a Family Fun Park, Squaw Valley has parks to suit all tastes. Belmont and the Family Fun Park are perfect for those who are looking for an introduction to the terrain park experience. Riviera is the resorts intermediate park, while Mainline, home Squaw’s superpipe as well as an assortment of many advanced jumps, is ideal for expert riders.
- Heavenly Ski Resort
Heavenly is ome to four terrain parks that cater to a variety of tastes and ability levels. Highlights include a 22 foot superpipe, the largest half pipe in the Tahoe Basin. Beginners should check out Low Roller, located between Groove and Patsy’s chairlifts, while intermediate and advanced riders head to High Roller California and High Roller Super Pipe. For nighttime riding, check out High Roller Nightlife, open Thursday through Saturday, 5pm through 9pm.
- Sierra at Tahoe
Six terrain parks, a 485 foot super pipe, a world class half pipe, and a range of rails, jibs, jumps, and berms ensure that riders of all ability levels will stay busy at Sierra at Tahoe. Beginners can hone their skills at the Burton Progression Park and Broadway while advanced riders head to the Alley and Bashful.
- Boreal Mountain Resort
Ever wished you could ride the mountain top to bottom without leaving the park? At Boreal, you can. This resort is home to North America’s only all-mountain terrain park, boasting challenging features such as a 450 foot super pipe, 100 rails, 50 snow features, and day and night access.
Guided Tours & Rentals
Looking to hone your park skills but don’t know where to begin? The guides on this page offer an unparalleled level of expertise and know how. So whether your new to freestyle riding or are looking to take your game to the next level, the guide’s on this page can you help you achieve your goals.