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Stash & Terrain Parks

While Jackson Hole is known as being a natural playground of terrain, the natural features are complemented by two terrain parks and four Burton Stash parks.  Regardless of your style (or level) of riding or skiing, there is a park for you.

Burton Stash Parks

Four different Burton Stash Parks are sprinkled around the mountain, mixing up natural terrain features, local wood and all of the creative elements the mountain has to offer.  By using what's already around, the Stash has more impact on your riding and less impact on the environment. Look for the Stash icons on the Trail Map and find your favorite.


Little Stash |

Located next to the Antelope Flats run (in between the Sweetwater Gondola and Teewinot lift). Little Stash is perfect for beginners and families who are looking for an adventure. Features include a tree fort, mini log rides, stash creatures, banked tuns and plenty more for young riders and skiers to develop confidence in.

Deer Flat Stash |

Situated off Apres Vous lift below the Nastar course. Deer Flat Stash is a perfect beginner/intermediate area to progress your skills in in. Key features include the popular moose jib and wall ride.

Campground Stash |

In between the Casper and Bridger lifts. Head up Casper and take a left from the chair to find the Campground Stash. Favorite features are the A-Frame, wooden quarter-pipe, and dance floor. Whether its a powder or groomer day, the Campground Stash is a perfect place to test your skills.

"Stashley" Ridge |

Find this stash off the Ashley Ridge run (right between the Casper and Teton lifts). "Stashley" Ridge is our most difficult stash with large features only found in Jackson Hole. "Stashley" is known for the satellite dish, ninja pillows and field goal features. It's not uncommon to find the best local skiers and riders testing their ability here.

Terrain Parks

Antelope Flats |

The perfect learning area for skiers or riders wanting to test out the terrain park. Antelope Flats highlights terrain based learning features that include small jumps and rails. This family oriented area is fun for everyone.

Bronco Park |

The Bronco Park is always changing. New features are added throughout the winter, making this terrain park consistently dynamic. This park includes roughly 2 dozen challenging intermediate terrain features and jumps, rails, boxes, and step-ups. With easy access right next to the Teewinot lift, the Bronco Park is our most popular terrain park.

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