Terrain Parks


Safety is essential when skiing or riding the parks or natural features around the mountain. Always warm up, work your way up, and follow the Smart Style tips to stay safe and have fun!

Spillway Parkpark_smart

Diamond Peak’s Spillway Park consists of medium to large features and is one of the only parks in Tahoe with a view of the lake. Features are constantly evolving and being added throughout the season, so come back often to check it out. Located on Spillway, this park can be accessed by taking the Great Flume, Thunder, or Lightning down from the Crystal Express chair.

Lakeview Progression Park

New for the 2017-18 season, the progression park has been moved up to the Lakeview run, providing an incredibly scenic and flowy layout for those just learning how to ski/ride terrain park features or looking for a warm-up to ease into the day or season. These smaller features have gentle landings and more elbow room to be safe and fun for skiers and riders of all ages wanting to develop terrain park skills. Access this park from Crystal Ridge or the Ridge Chair (when it's running).

Terrain-Based Teaching Features

Diamond Peak uses Terrain-Based Teaching in all beginner lessons through a terrain lineup on Schoolhouse. Small features around the base area and Schoolhouse will be a part of the learning progression as a fun way to learn specific skills. Features are labeled with a short explanation and are available for beginners in lessons or simply practicing on their own. 

View the Trail Map to see where these parks are located. All terrain parks and features are snow and conditions permitting.