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Fine Tune Your Trickery

Photo Courtesy of Grand Targhee Resort

As you start up the mountain on Grand Targhee Resort’s Dreamcatcher lift this winter, you can look down on the features of the Sweetwater Terrain Park. Snow sliders test their skills in this park that has grown over the years to include jumps, boxes, rails, vertical taps, spines, and more.

Not ready to hit the big jumps? Take the Shoshone lift to the beginner’s terrain park, the resort’s second freestyle playground.

“We have boxes, rollers, and smaller jumps situated around kid-friendly terrain in the Kid’s Fun Zone,” says Jennie White, Grand Targhee’s marketing and social media manager. “North Pole is a perfect way to introduce skiers and riders to terrain park safety and etiquette.”

Jennie encourages terrain park newbies to sign up for a lesson with one of the certified PSI instructors at Grand Targhee’s Ski & Snowboard School. Info:

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