Winter Terrain Park Series
The Wintergreen Terrain Park hosts a series of five events throughout the season -- three Rail Jams and two Slopestyles. The events are open to skiers and snowboarders of all ages; valid lift ticket is required. Join us for one or all five of the events!
Jam is a jib contest where skiers and snowboarders perform tricks on rails, boxes, pipes, towers, wall rides, etc. Rail Jams usually have three feature choices for the rider to hit on a run. Every rider takes as many runs as time allows.
Slopestyle Competitors perform tricks while descending a course, moving around, over, across, up, or down terrain features. Slopestyle contests consist of choosing your own line in a terrain park using a variety of boxes, jibs and jumps.
The registration fee for each event is $25. Prizes will be awarded for individual event as well as a grand prize for competitors that compete in three out of five events.
Register at Snowsports Desk: 12-1:30 pm. Practice: 1-2 pm. Event time: 2:30 pm. Awards Presentation: 4:30 pm.
- January 14, 2018 - Rail Jam
- January 28, 2018 - Slopestyle
- February 18, 2018 - Rail Jam
- February 25, 2018 - Slopestyle
- March 4, 2017 - Rail Jam
- What are Rail Jams and Slopestyles?
It’s a jib
contest format. Riders perform tricks on rails, boxes, wall rides and other
creative features. They are typically held in a small area, and are judged in a
“jam” format. Competitors are allowed to take as many hits or runs as time will
allow. Rail Jams are typically an hour long. Judges are looking for creative
and best completed tricks.
- Where do I Register and how much does it
is from 12pm -1:30pm at the Snowsports office and it costs $25. Any participant
under the age of 18 years old must have a guardian signature.
rail jam will start at 2:30pm.
- Is there a practice time?
time is from 1-2pm. We will close the park for 30mins to clean up the terrain
for the competition.
will be prizes awarded to 1st, 2nd and 3rd
place winners for both Male/Female Skiers and Male/Female Snowboarders. We will
have 3 different age categories for each group.
awards ceremony will be held an hour after the competition, usually around
- What are the age brackets?
groups are broken down into 3 different age brackets
Ruggies ages 14yrs & under
Grommets ages 15 -17yrs
Jams ages 18 yrs. & older
- Is it open to skiers?
the Rail Jams and Slopestyles are open to Skiers and Snowboarders.
- Do I need a lift ticket?
you will need a valid lift ticket. If the event is being held on a holiday
weekend, we will have lift tickets available for Season pass holders at a
discounted rate of $20. This ticket will be purchased at the Snowsports window
during registration sign up.
- How do Booster Parents help?
Booster parents of the Freeride and Development
team will be volunteer helpers. They will be working the registration desk,
starter at the top of the park, and finishers at the bottom (the finisher will
notify the starter that the bottom is clear for the next rider). We will also
have them help with the set up and tear down.
- How does judging work?
Terrain Park will have 3 qualifying judges to
score the competitors. There will be 2 Snowboarder and 1 Skier Judge. If
needed, the head judge may act as a scoring judge.