We love the terrain parks at Mount St. Louis-Moonstone!!!
Renowned for having the best terrain parks east of the Rocky Mountains, it is no secret as to why our campers and coaches love Mount St. Louis-Moonstone so much! We feel we are truly blessed to be able to host our awesome freestyle ski and snowboard camps at Mount St. Louis-Moonstone year-after-year. Not only are the terrain parks super fun to spend the day shredding but the varying size/difficulty of the parks at MSLM allow for the perfect learning environment for our campers.
Here is a little bit more information about each of their terrain parks – you should see pretty easily why we love them so much!
The Skool YaRd is Mount St Louis Moonstone’s “freestyle classroom” – teaching even the newest freestyle skiers and riders how to nail the basic skills. This park is designed for skiers and riders to start acquiring an understanding of terrain park etiquette. They can also to learn how to adjust to a variety of features that are small and low to the ground to minimize the risk of serious injury. The Skool YaRd also boasts thicker rails, fat boxes, rollers, mini bumps and a teensy lil’ ¼ pipe – more than enough to ensure that even the most advanced can have fun in this park!
The Junkyard is the original terrain park at MSLM & they guarantee that it is always the first terrain park in Ontario to open each year. The Junkyard has seen it all in terms of riders and setups and just comes back strong every single season. The Junkyard is home to some super smooth rails, buttery press boxes, and zero gravity kickers. Along with those great features, the Junkyard has a 12′ “Progression Pipe”, which is a perfect stepping stone for those looking to work their way up to a full-sized halfpipe. The team at MSLM make sure that there are new features every season and they work hard to keep it in top shape for the many competitions that are hosted in the Junkyard each year by organizations like Vans & Freestyle Ontario.
The Outback Super Park is an award winner year-after-year; with countless accolades from the likes of Snowboard Canada Magazine, Transworld Snowboarding, Newschoolers, and others. Although not massive vertically, the Outback is mighty and can only be attempted by our advanced ski & snowboard campers, and it is serviced by a Quad chair to ensure that there is never too little ‘steeze’ flowing through the park. The Outback has a Slopestyle course with 2 jump lines featuring 55′-65′ booters, and 60 other awesome features in the rest of the park including the longest rail in North America at 140’, a 3 rail staircase, and a wicked range of cannons, goal post and shot gun rails. Finally, the Outback Super Pipe is sleek and fast with expertly groomed 18’ walls to ride and throw down the gnarliest tricks.