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Lib Tech 100LAPS Rope Tow Park

Introduced in 2013, LibTech's 100LAPS terrain park is the only dedicated rope tow serviced terrain park in the Pacific Northwest. You will find a wide variety S - M - L features covering the 2 acre park. True to its name, you can spin laps all day in this park and take your tricks to the next level.

Park Status: Open

Access: Chair 1

Size: S-M-L


Lil' Bombers Park 

Lil Bombers park is our S - M park on Mimi. Designed with mini shred in mind, Lil Bombers is a perfect learning ground to get comfortable sliding sideways.

Park Status: Open

Access: Chair 1

Size: S


Pika Peak Park

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Pika park is our smallest park, located by Ski School on the Pika rope tow. XS features for skiers and riders that have never touched freestyle terrain. If you want to get comfortable using man made features, this is the place to start.

Park Status: Open

Access: Pika Peak Rope Tow

Size: XS-S


Elip Park

Elip was introduced this season for all the freestyle hungry night skiers and boarders. Filled with S - M features this park will tide you over during night ski until you can ride 100Laps the next day.

Park Status: Open on weekends

Access: Chair 4

Size: S-M


Bomber Bowl Park

Bomber Bowl Park was introduced in 2015. Created in part by Snowboy Productions to push the boundaries of how we see freestyle terrain. With transitions, bowls and more its a park that's sure to entertain all levels of riding. Due to unforeseen circumstances our snowmaking pump went down early season. After careful consideration we have decided to replace the pump this summer.  We hope to have a modified smaller version of Bowl Park open to public by March while we wait for more natural snowfall. Keep doing your snowdances!

Park Status: TBD

Access: Chair 2

Size: S-M-L

 

 

 

 


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January 4th, 2018Trip Advisor

New Mission LLC operates Mission Ridge Ski and Board Resort under special use permits from the U.S. Forest Service and the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife.

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