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Spirit Mountain Voted #4 In the MidWest!

The Parks at Spirit Mountain offer a variety of separate freestyle terrain areas located throughout the ski area. The Parks have something for everyone and focus on giving you the features needed to progress. Whether it is your first time leaving the ground, sliding a box, making it to the end of a rail, hitting the “Big Line”, or filming the next hot edit with your crew; The Parks is where it’s at to make it happen!  Remember to be ‘park smart’ every day and visit our Safety Page.  Check out additional info at: www.terrainparksafety.org.

Spirit Park

The Spirit Park is legit. This top-to-bottom park is known far & wide for having the best jump line and some of the most creative and well set jibs to make it one of the best parks in the Midwest. This park has received national accolades and comparisons with many of the premiere terrain parks in the industry! The Spirit Park is accessible from both the Big Air Chairlift and Gandy Chairlift.

Why settle for 3 to 4 features in a run when the Spirit Park can deliver up to 10 features in one line! Ask around, and you’ll hear the word – better yet, hit it up for yourself and experience what many refer to as the ‘legend’ known as Spirit Park.

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Lone Oak Tow Park

The Lone Oak Tow Park is located in what was formally known as the progression park, located above the Skyline Chalet. The rope moves at roughly 1200 feet per minute and accesses a park with features for everyone. From beginner boxes, intermediate rails, and jumps, to advance jibs, we offer it all within our Lone Oak Park. Flow, create, make your own line. Quick laps and a decent jump – what could be better? Come out and experience the fun for yourself! 

Lone Oak Park terrain changes often. Between boxes, handrails, jumps, and our 100′ rail – you’ll find a mix of everything throughout the season. Get out there and SHRED!

18-Line & Shark Park

Our 18-Line, located to the skier’s right of Lone Oak Tow Park above Skyline Chalet, offers beginner to intermediate features and jumps. Our 18-Line can be hit in one run with plenty of groomer riding in-between, great for riders of all abilities! 18-Line is a great option to make turns while doing some freestyling on the way down.

3 beginner level jumps located on Powder Monkey

Looking to improve your park riding? Join the Team Duluth Freestyle or Snowboard team for professional park instruction! Or click HERE for more information!