The terrain park at Ski Granby Ranch offers six progression parks, exciting features, and four fully lit parks during night skiing on Friday and Saturday nights.
2015-16 Season Features
Located near the base and just off the Milestone lift our Mini Ballroom park offers rollers and boxes perfect for novice skiers and riders to learn the basics of park riding. This park is open during night skiing.
Located next to the Buckhorn trail on the East Mountain, Bronc Rider is filled with small boxes, rails, bonks (something you tap that is sticking out of the ground), rollers, and jumps. This park is ideal for progressing your park skills or working on a new trick.
Located at the top of the East Mountain, Woody’s is a small to medium park featuring two jibs (also known as rails). It’s the perfect warm up on your way to either Lower Bronc Rider or Rough Stock and is open during night skiing.
Ted’s Secret Stash
Ted’s is a park for expert riders that navigates through the trees. There are a variety of natural log jibs made from beetle kill trees as well as a wall ride.
Located on the East Mountain, this is our biggest park. Mostly visible from the Quickdraw lift, Rough Stock has a variety of medium and large features including jumps, rails, and boxes. Rough Stock is also open during night skiing and fit for more advanced park riders.
- Know your limits and ability level and select the appropriate freestyle terrain for you.
- Your condition, speed, balance, body movements, alignment, trajectory, and maneuver difficulty will DIRECTLY AFFECT YOUR DESIRED OUTCOME.
- Know the intended use of the Freestyle Terrain you have chosen. For example, some features are intended to be used in a series with no stopping and some individually with stopping areas; jump takeoffs are for jumping and rail takeoffs are for entering onto rails.
- Your actions can take you out of balance and cause serious injury or death, no matter how the feature is designed or where you land. Land on your feet!
- Transitions are changes in the shape and pitch of the snow or feature, or changes from one type of sliding surface to another. Transitions can be gentle or abrupt, and demand that users be alert and respond to them with accurate movements.
- Know where to land. The SWEET SPOT is between the "knuckle" and center of the landing zone. Even if you land on or near the sweet spot, you can still be seriously injured or die if your landing posture is not correct.
- INVERTED MANEUVERS ARE NOT RECOMMENDED.
- BE AWARE that features change constantly due to snow conditions, weather, usage, grooming and time of day.
- Read and obey all posted signs, instructions and warnings before using Freestyle Terrain.
- Some resorts designate features as small, medium and large. Be aware these ratings are determined by size, not degree of difficulty, and are relative only to that resort.
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Granby Ranch is located just 90 minutes from Denver and 20 minutes from Winter Park and the western entrance to Rocky Mountain National Park. Get directions or contact us for more information!