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Snowboarding on Mount Shasta

Lift Boarding on Mount Shasta

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Downhill boarding on Mount Shasta is great! All 31 trails in the Mt. Shasta Ski & Board Park are open to snowboarders and are regularly groomed. Absolute beginners can take lessons from dedicated instructors and practice using the rope tow to get to the top of the bunny slope. Once you're ready for the slopes, you will find some fantastic runs on Marmot Ridge. Fresh Air, Blue Grouse, Easy Street, and Midnite Sun are great for beginners. Silvertip and Panther Creek are fun runs for advanced beginners and intermediate snowboarders. Telemark, Snow Shoe, and Challenge provide excellent runs for intermediate boarders. There is even a new beginner's terrain park on Marmot for the more adventurous boarder.

Link to Downhill Trail Map of the Mt. Shasta Ski & Board Park
Downhill Trail Map
Courtesy of the Mt. Shasta Ski & Board Park

Coyote and Douglas provide steeper runs for intermediate and advanced boarders. The Milk Money Terrain Park on Coyote and the Half Pipe, accessible from either the Coyote or Douglas lifts, provide thrilling adventures for those so inclined and are fun to watch while on the Marmot lift. No matter what type of boarding you like or what level you are at, Mount Shasta is a great place to be!

Terrain Park at the Mt. Shasta Ski & Board Park. Photograph by Kevin Lahey courtesy of the Mt. Shasta Ski & Board Park.
Terrain Park at the Mt. Shasta Ski & Board Park
Photograph by Kevin Lahey courtesy of the Mt. Shasta Ski & Board Park

 

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