Terrain Parks

Sipapu has four distinct terrain parks, including the only organic terrain parks in the state. Playground and Flight School, our two organic parks, are built entirely from resources found on our mountain and in the surrounding Sangre de Cristo Mountains.

Our terrain parks offer lines and features for all skill levels, providing skill-building challenges while giving you room for creativity. Advanced skiers and riders will find over a dozen features – including a triple combo – on Don Diego, our newest and biggest terrain park. Pedro’s Park offers beginner features where you can learn your first jump or take your tricks to the next level. Don’t miss C-Wall on Playground, our brand-new 30-foot wall ride. And Flight School is all about airtime. 

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Newest and biggest terrain park
Skill Level: Advanced – Expert
Location: On Don Diego

Features: Find around a dozen features, including a 10-foot round torpedo rail, 20-foot A-frame box with a dragon tongue (including two urban take-offs and a straight mount), and one huge 38-foot tabletop gap jump. Additional features include a 20-foot jump, 18-foot gap, 10-foot long box, 14-foot flat rail, 8-foot long 6-inch wide flat rail, and a 10-foot gap with a barrel bonk and jump. 

Here’s what our terrain park manager says about Don Diego: “This park is more aggressive and more superior to any park in the area because of its skill level and link-ability. Skiers and riders will be able to link more features in this park than in anywhere else in New Mexico.” 

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Organic, all about airtime
Skill Level: Beginner Freestyle – Intermediate
Location: Serviced by Lift #3

Features: Find a half-dozen distinct jumps ranging from 10-20 feet and a canon.

Here’s what our terrain park manager says about Flight School: “This park’s claim to fame is its diversity. Both beginner and advanced skiers and riders can catch air here. One might catch a little, and one might catch a lot!”

Skill Level: Intermediate-Advanced
Location: Serviced by Lift #3

Features: Experience C-Wall, a 30-foot wide wall ride, inspired by our terrain park manager’s boardercross race circuit days, plus a quarter pipe wall ride, hitching post-tap, two 16-foot flat rails, a canon and a tree tap.

Here’s what our terrain park manager says about Playground: “This park is highly linkable and diversified. The playground is known for the versatility of its features, which are both original and technical.”

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Skill Level: Beginner-Intermediate 
Location: On Bambi, just past Thumper on skier’s left

Features: Find an 8-foot jump, 8-foot rainbow rail, and a 6-foot flat box.

Here’s what our terrain park manager says about Pedro’s Park: “This is our most user-friendly terrain park. Pedro’s Park is a place where you can learn your first jump, or take your skills up a couple of notches and go bigger.”