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Freeskiing & Riding
Explore 2000ft. of terrain parks, glades, steeps, bumps, jibs and jumps here at Waterville Valley Resort.
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Get the latest on Park conditions, weather and more. We have four terrain parks at Waterville Valley Resort, ranging from the beginner park and flowing progressively to our large park.
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Check out current Lift Ticket rates and passes. Also featuring the Poma Pass, getting you season-long access to the Poma lift on Exhibition for just $129.
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Explore the mountain from the comfort of your own home! Our interactive trail map lets you customize your view of the map and post your own pictures to different parks and trails around the mountain.
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Here's a list of our favorite laps on the mountain that will sure to keep the stoke level high all day.
- Oblivion to South Street Park to Greenhorn Glades to Superpipe to Lower Rails
From the top of White Peaks, head down the classic Oblivion with its steep side walls filled with Gaper jumps and natural jibs. Turn down South Street Park to ride the newest park here at Waterville Valley. Duck into the Green Horn Glades just below the Sunny side Lodge. Stay to the left and take the narrow cross path to the lower section of Psyched Out Woods. Boost out of the superpipe and then head left to the lower rail section of Exhibition where you should be able to get at least 2-3 jibs in before heading back to White Peaks.
- Upper Bobby's to Psyched to Exhibition
From the top of White Peaks, face melt Upper Bobby's then hit the Psyched Terrain Park and the Exhibition Terrain Park for a top to bottom park run filled with jibs and jumps.
- Periphery to The Boneyard to The Tunnel of Love to the Burton Progression Park
From the top of White Peaks launch off the lip into Periphery, be sure to stay riders left and launch the lip into The Boneyard too! at the bottom of The Boneyard, take a left and drop onto the hiking trail aka The Tunnel of Love... you'll pop out just above the Burton Progression Park, learn proper park etiquete and head back to White Peaks.
- Upper Bobby's to Psyched to Psycho Glades to Superpipe to Lower Rails
From the top of White Peaks, head down Upper bobby's to Psyched. Drop into Psycho Glades on riders right. A very steep upper section mellows out into the green horn glades below with numerous lines, cliff drops and tree jibs. Hook back up with the cross cut over to Psyched Out Glades and then the U-ditch and lower jibs.
- Upper Bobby's to Psyched to Psyched Out Glades to Superpipe to Lower Rails
From the top of White Peaks, head down U Bobby's to Psyched and drop into the woods riders right just below Psyched Out. Psyched Out Glades is a little more mellow than Psycho Glades, but offers plenty of lines with drops that wind down to the superpipe and the lower rail section
- White Caps to Old T Trees to Siegel Street to Old T to Lower Periperphy to Burton Progression Park
From the top of White Peaks, head down White Caps and stay riders left down Terry's trail and enter into Old T Trees on riders right. Once your out of the woods stay riders right down Siegel Street then head down Old T launching the lip into Lower Periphery and ending up at the top of the Burton Progression Park, be safe.
- Express to Palmers Way to Oblivion to South Street Park to Greenhorn Glades to Superpipe to Lower Rails
From the top of the High Country Double, take Express and stay riders left for epic wind drifts to launch off, take a right before Schwendi Hutte down Palmers Way to hook up with Oblivion and follow #1 to the bottom.