diamond-peak-best-practices-terrain-parks

diamond-peak-best-practices-terrain-parks

New for the 2017-18 season, was the addition of the Lakeview Progression Park, which not only featured sweeping views of Lake Tahoe while your mid-air or mid-slide, but it also recycled the resort’s old trail maps into the box features. The Spillway Park is another terrain park on the mountain with views of the lake and all parks at Diamond Peak are designed to for you to progress responsibly and stay stoked with creative lines and features that incorporate best practices in terrain park design. Former Woodward Tahoe and Boreal parks crew member, Matt Melilli, leads the Diamond Peak terrain park team with precision, innovation, and safety with experience from the annual Cutters Camp and Snowboarder Magazine’s Superparks. SMART Style signage keeps everyone within their skill set between Lakeview and Spillway parks so you can keep progressing and try that tree jib with confidence when you leave the park on a powder day.