snow flurries

Base: 32°

Summit: 28°

24 hour snow total:


snow flurries
temperature at the base

Base: 32°

temperature at the summit

Summit: 28°

24 hour snow total:


Terrain Park

Mt. Spokane’s Terrain Park features almost a mile of progression-oriented kickers, hits, jibs, and more for freestylers of all skill levels.  The goal of our park is to provide safe features everyone can enjoy – from the first-timer to the experienced park rat.  The Park starts at the top of Half Hitch and continues down Lamonga Pass.


This season in the park look for jumps and kickers of all sizes, from small to XL big air.  We also have tons of different rails and boxes, from battleships and c-rails to rainbows and kinks.  Don’t miss the tree stall or unique bonks, and stay tuned for the original features the Terrain Park staff has in store!


Everybody has to start somewhere!  The world's biggest pros learned small tricks on small jumps & features first.   The P-Park is designed with features that are smaller and easier than the main Terrain Park, to let riders increase their comfort level with features slowly progressing in size & difficulty.  The Progression Park is located just a few steps off Chair 3.

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Safety First!

We can’t emphasize it enough – safety first, for yourself and others!  Please familiarize yourself with the Smart Style code of conduct for freestyle terrain before using our parks.   

  • Every time you use freestyle terrain, make a plan for each feature you want to use.
  • Your speed, approach, and takeoff will directly affect your landing.

  • Before entering freestyle terrain observe all posted signs and warnings.
  • Scope around the jumps first, not over them.
  • Use your first run as a warm up and scouting mission to familiarize yourself with the terrain.
  • Know landings are clear, and clear yourself out of the landing area.
  • Be aware that the features change constantly due to weather, usage, grooming, and time of day.
  • Do not jump blindly and use a spotter when necessary.
  • Know your limits and ski/ride within your ability.
  • Look for small progression parks or features to begin with and work your way up.
  • Freestyle skills require maintaining control on the ground and in the air.
  • Do not attempt any features unless you have sufficient experience and ability to do so safely.
  • Inverted aerials increase your risk of injury and are not recommended.

  • Respect the terrain, and others
  • One person on a feature at a time
  • Wait your turn and call your drop-in
  • Always clear the landing area quickly
  • Respect all signs and stay off of closed terrain and features.