Mount Sunapee Terrain Parks
Mount Sunapee offers several terrain parks for all interests and ability levels. There is also an airbag available during weekends and holdiays for attempting new tricks.
Scott's Six O' Three Terrain Park is our main park covering the majority of the Spruce Peak. The Six O' Three is serviced by it's very own triple that shoots right up the middle of the park splitting it into two distinct sections. Pipeline is on skier's right and contains our jump line of medium and large jumps. You'll also find a few rails along the way.
On skier's left we have Jetstream. This park is designed to push your limits and technical skills. You'll find a large jump on this side along with stairsets, urban setups, gap rails and the Wallride to name a few.
This side of the Six O' Three is for the expert level freestyler.
Eastside is fun for everyone! Our Eastside trail, located mid-mountain off of Westside, is a great spot to catch a little air. You will encounter some rollers, jumps and spines to play on. Eastside does not contain any metal features, it is a 100% snow feature park.
Calypso on South Peak
Calypso is found on our South Peak Learning Area. Inside you will find a large number of snow features that will get you familiar with rollers, spines, and other snow elements you may find in bigger parks. This terrain park is great for beginners looking to progress in freestyle. If you haven't been in a park before, this is a good start.
This park is for the beginners ready to take it to the next level. Also found on South Peak, this park introduces rails and jumps designed for freestyle. The rails are built close to the snow surface to give a bit more confidence and provides a safe way to get off the feature should you get stuck. If you want to step into the world of terrain parks, this is a great place to start.