Terrain Parks

Our mission is to create a fun and diverse environment for both skiers and riders, of any ability level, to progress and push their limits. We use a progression system for people to learn the park safely.

Whether you're just starting out, or are looking to warm up for the day, check out Cowpoke and Explorer parks to start small. Always remember to check for obstacles and changes in conditions on each feature. When you're ready to move on, head over to The Cache to sharpen your skills. Swifty, our largest park, is for the most experienced skiers and riders. From large jumps to creative snow features and challenging combo rails, Swifty is the place for some serious shredding. With a total of 5 parks stacked with features of all shapes and sizes, there's no better place to discover your potential in the park.

For the 2021-2022 winter season, we’ve installed a brand-new snowmaking system covering Swift Current 6 and Explorer terrain. This addition allows us to produce a world-class terrain park without dependency on natural snowfall. In the coming years, you can expect to be flowing through the full Swifty Terrain Park and The Cache as early as Christmas.

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PEEPs: Park Etiquette and Education Program

PEEPs is our very own terrain park etiquette and education program! Once you've gone through the presentation, you will have earned your very own PEEPs pass!

Park riders that know how to use our park features only help our mission of having more fun in the park. Knowing proper park etiquette and being educated about terrain parks will always give you a better park experience, so remember to always be "PARK SMART"!

Freestyle in the parks at Big Sky Resort Nick Goepper at Big Sky Resort