Seven Springs Mountain Resort is committed to the development and growth of their Terrain Park program.
This season they welcome a seventh park to the mountain. Each park is geared toward progression and the rail yard boasts 100+ features including rails, boxes, wallrides and bonks.
In 2012 Seven Springs opened “The Streets”, blurring the line between urban and park riding.
The Superpipe in The Spot is one of only two 22′ pipes on the East Coast. The pipe played host to both the Burton US Open Qualifiers and the Revolution Tour this Winter.
Seven Springs continues its commitment to the growth of snowboarding and freestyle skiing with the creation of a new Riglet Park in partnership with Burton Snowboards. The introductory park is designed for children ages 4-7 and features both full and half-day group lessons with certified instructors. The Riglet Park’s overall design is reminiscent of a baseball field. Inside the park will be a diverse selection of fun features including the cone zone, where kids will learn to weave in and out cones while being towed by coaches. Look for oversized bases, baseball bat jibs, a dugout chill zone, t-ball area, a Pirate ship and a home plate fort!
An hour away from Pittsburgh and under three hours from several major cities, Seven Springs is the premier Mid-Atlantic destination for freestyle snowboarding and skiing.