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A-Basin Terrain Park Guide

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Arapahoe Basin has 2 separate terrain parks; the Treeline Terrain Park and the High Divide Terrain Park.

The Treeline Terrain Park is the main park at A-Basin. This area is located just above the Black Mountain Lodge on the Dercum's Gulch ski trail. You can access the terrain park from any of the upper mountain lifts as well as the Pallavicini chairlift.

The High Divide Terrain Park is designed for skiers and riders who are new to the terrain park environment. This park has smaller rails and smaller jumps than the Treeline park. The High Divide Terrain Park is a great place to become comfortable on these types of snow features. You will find photos and details about this terrain park at the bottom of this page.

High Divide Beginner Terrain Park

High Divide Park Info

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The High Divide terrain park is usually located next to the trail called "Wrangler". The terrain park staff will move this park around the mountain throughout the ski season. Arapahoe Basin is usually one of the first ski mountains to open in Colorado, so this terrain park will be located near High Noon at the beginning of the season because this is the first area of the mountain to open.

The features in this park are much smaller and much easier to learn on than the features in the Treeline terrain park. The terrain parks at Arapahoe Basin are usually not very busy. This is partially because many of the skiers that go to Arapahoe Basin are not regular park skiers. The Keystone Terrain Park and Breckenridge Terrain Park are both located just a few minutes away from A-Basin and these parks are much larger and more diverse.

This beginner terrain park is always located on the lower portion of the mountain. To access the park, just ride the exhibition lift and head back down towards the park. Remember that the terrain park will move as more snow falls and new trails are opened throughout the ski season.

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