Much like a traditional ski resort, metro ski parks are inviting to downhill alpine skiers.
Tubing a 700-foot hill is fun for all ages and provides a broader variety of activities across demographics. Metro ski parks can customize the runs from season to season.
Mother Nature no longer fully dictates the ski season. Most metro ski parks have broad snowmaking capability, allowing them to remain open throughout the season.
Metro Ski Parks provide an accessible and affordable option for skiers and snowboarders who otherwise may not be able to enjoy the sport more often than once annually.
Built on a smaller scale than most traditional ski resorts, metro ski parks still offer many of the same amenities. Base area's providing food and beverage selections are a mainstay, and some parks include overnight options.
Metro Ski Parks have targeted snowboarders through investments in a variety of terrain parks. Snowboarding terrain parks are especially popular with the younger segment, which enjoys ramps and jumps and doesn't require much vertical drop.