It’s not snow but it gets the job done!
The dryslope is the place to be for those who want to dial in their technical rail tricks all year around. Designed to be modular, features can be added and arranged in endless combinations to challenge even the most advanced athlete. Ever evolving to keep it fresh so everyone can get creative and ride something new every time they visit. With the ability to remove all the jibs/jumps for newcomers to skiing and snowboarding. Where beginners can learn and perfect their ollies and eventually their 270’s! Get your technical game on lock before taking it out on the snow.
The 17 foot high hike park descends at a 16° pitch helping you get speed to hit all the jibs & features. 40 ft wide allows up to 4 individual run lines which are all uniquely customizable to the riders preference. There is a knuckle midway down one half of the slope. This knuckle is perfect for beginners who don’t want to commit to the full vertical drop their first one. Newcomers can ride from the knuckle to get used to the dryslope!
Extra wide low level box (4 ft x 8 ft x 18” tall)
Bust a move on the Dance floor! Rails and boxes come in an assortment of sizes and shapes but can be intimidating to anyone just getting into freeskiing and snowboarding. The Dance floor is the perfect starter flat box for newcomers, the extra wide surface makes your first box experience super fun and easy. From beginners learning the basics of how to hit a box to intermediate riders working on Nose & Tail presses. There is always something awesome to learn on the dance floor, building the confidence before taking it to boxes and rails. The dance floor box can be set up as a ride on, starting on a box you don’t have to ollie, or pop up onto.
12ft long, 11” wide @ 22” and 26” tall
Standard box features that you see in most parks. A little more advance than the dance floor, the standard boxes have a narrower profile which require more accuracy when attempting. Boxes can be a fun experience and a cool way to develop your skill set on a snowboard and skis. More advanced because of the thinner profile, these boxes are a great set were made longer to give you more time for change-ups and other combos. Boxes help develop your balance in motion giving you a flat service to slide on. Learn how to plant your board in the right spot and how lock on. We can set them up as a ride on or if you’ve got your ollies on lock we can set up a jump on.
7 ft long, 8” tube, 15” & 22” tall
After building your confidence on boxes, rails are they next step in advancing your riding. Rails are more tricky because of their round shape. Before hitting rails we have an intermediate step that bridges the grab from boxes to rails. Making getting onto rails a little less intimidating. These mini’s maybe short but a perfect introductory step to learning rails. You can develop basics on how to 5050 onto a rail, backside and frontside or more advanced techniques like how to 360 onto a rail.
14 ft long, 8” Tubes, 18” & 26” tall
After learning the basics of how to 50/50 and how to boardslide or how to ski slide. You can step it up to the full size tubes giving you more time to slide! Learn how to 180 off, how to 360 off or whatever you can think of! The extra length allows for more rail time, giving you extra time to stomp that landing. These are awesome off the knuckle for a simple urban jump-on. Speed will help you reach the end but it’s also a mental game! These tubes can be arranged in; down-flat-down, down-flats, and flat-downs giving you as much variation as you need.
14 ft x 2 ft Box Tubes 6.5”
Did someone say banana slides? These combo box rails are designed to test your imagination. These bad boys can be set up; staggered, elbowed, end to end and side to side for all levels of riding. Whether you're learning to how to boardslide or building combos, the Twins will be sure to keep you busy.
Baby Kicker (2 ft), Small Kicker (3 ft) & Medium Kicker (4 ft)
Starter jumps are where it’s at if you want to build confidence, learn how to take off and land. Although they’re not huge they pack a ton of potential, tamedogs and wildcats have been done by those who commit!
ALL Features are modular and can be moved anywhere on the slope!
The slope is covered with a man made synthetic turf that is misted with a mixture of soap and water. This reduces the friction on snowboards and skis allowing them to slide down with ease. Safety is our number one concern at the facility, so an additional layer of sub foam has been installed under the turf. This EVA impact absorption foam, cushions those spills and allows for riders to gain edge control with their board/skis. Making for a much more enjoyable experience riding on the artificial surface.