Freeriding, terrain parks and pistes
in Las Vegas
FreeridingFreeriders should find the 4 black runs, which are not groomed and are basically mogul fields, a cool place to ride offering a fun challenge. Two of the blacks descend through some trees which only adds to the fun. There are a few bits where you can get off piste but the powder soon gets shredded out so don’t expect any hardcore backcountry terrain.
FreestylersFreestylers are best looking out for natural hits as the man made offerings are a bit lame. The snowboard park, which is designed as a long trail, has a pretty mundane halfpipe but money has been spent to improve things.
PistesPISTES. Riders who stick to the piste will find that this is not a place for them due to the lack of well maintained trails. The terrain is often too bumpy to hold a good edge and the runs are short.
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