The Heavenly Mountain Resort terrain parks are some of the most-exciting, challenging, unique and well-maintained terrain parks in Lake Tahoe thanks to the tireless dedication and passion of our Terrain Park team. Whether you're a beginner or expert, we have a park that is sure to get your heart beating fast!
Watch the video below to learn more about what Heavenly's terrain parks have to offer.
Progression Park (Mini)
Heavenly's progressive parks start here; this is the place to take a park lesson or practice on your own. It is the smallest of the Heavenly parks with beginner features including: boxes, rails, rollers and small jumps.
Location: The progression area is located adjacent to Groove Park on skier’s right.
Groove Park (Small)
Heavenly's progressive parks take it to the next level and Groove is hands down the most popular of them all. Whether trying a trick for the first time or just out for some jibbing fun, Groove is the place for you. It is the smaller of the Heavenly terrain parks with beginner features including: boxes, rails, wedges, bonks, recycled pieces and smaller jumps to help you progress.
Location: Access Groove Park via Patsy’s or Groove Chair on the California side.
Ante Up Park (Medium)
Normally one the first parks to open at Heavenly, Ante Up offers a variety of intermediate and advanced features and a multi-jump line – so before you put your money where your mouth is, make sure you’ve got your game on lock over in Groove Park first. The length and pitch of Ante Up provides a nice, smooth slopestyle flow and feel and features boxes, rails and jibs. The beautiful lake view provides the perfect backdrop for stellar photos too.
Location: Ante Up Park is located directly underneath Tamarack Express on the Nevada side.
High Roller Park (Medium)
Take it to the limit in Heavenly's High Roller Park. High Roller offers a medium double-jump line and often a signature snow feature alongside large boxes, rails, wall rides, recycled features and some of the most unique set ups you will ever see. This is the park for those comfortable in Ante Up Park and want to take it up a notch. For those of you that are High Rollers, you will feel right at home with the smooth flow of this park.
Location: Situated between Sky Express and Canyon Express chairs on the California side.
*High Roller is meant for experts only and not for ski-through traffic. It is not recommended for those who haven't visited Heavenly's other terrain parks.
High Roller Halfpipe (Large)
The Terrain Park Crew will work with Snow Park Technologies this season to bring the halfpipe back after a four-year hiatus. This All-Star team will build an 18-foot, competition-quality pipe in High Roller Terrain Park. Lake Tahoe will be an ideal backdrop for this 500-foot-long pipe with a 56-foot-wide transition. The location on High Roller creates an orientation that allows for a uniform consistency between both sides of the pipe, meaning one side won’t melt faster than the other.
Location: In High Roller Terrain Park between Sky Express and Canyon Express chairs on the California side.