Yo, don't hate on this guy if he doesn't want to drop upwards of $60/day just to stay in the park. You also don't need the quality of parks you will get at someplace like northstar if you aren't very good.
That said, not only have I never been to Tahoe, I have very little idea what the mountains are like there. That is why I clicked on this thread.
just stay away from squaw valley if your lookin for park
northstar def. has the best park especially in the spring
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If you're coming to Tahoe to ride park you're best off at Northstar or Boreal if you want Pipe/Jibs, Alpine actually had great jumps this year, but no pipe and Squaw is still going through MAY with four jumps that are decent, some fun jibs and an uncut pipe (cut only on thurs. and fri.'s). I didn't really ski the resort parks more than a handful of days this year because it just kept snowing everyday. Mammoth is still the place to move if you really want to ski a great park that has lots of everything with people throwing down....... one more thing....ski for yourself, not to represent some ski company that you're not even sponsored by, don't name drop, and don't spin flat footed peace
Alpine meadows for sure. Although I hope not everyone catches on and it turns into a northstar. Alpine has big plans for next year and they always have the best jumps in tahoe. Northstar is fun, but way to crowed. Boreal is a jib fest. Heavenly is good, but also very crowded. hope that helps.
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although i kinda agree i cannot say that alpine is the best. the park may be ok but i just cant ski at alpine without getting a depressed sort of vibe. and squaw is better than sierra once it has its park up. and heavenly is sick. but i really was dissappointed with sierra. there were a couple cool jumps but only two lame ass rails and the rest of the jumps sucked. and yeah, once squaw is up and running it is one of the most fun. but the squaw alpine rivalry remains
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you get a depressed vibe? we all have so much fun at alpine, whenever ive been to northstar i think people are snarling at me all the time, so i say fuck it and turn up my music. ohhh and heavenlys park really isnt that dope, sierra's is way better. they were the only mountain to come close to alpine in terms of jumps. you must have been to sierra on an awful day... maybe a pow day and they didnt get a chance to groom. oh boreal owns for rails and maintence if you go during the day. the park had some challenging stuff, probably the hardest stuff in tahoe on the backside (S rail, big allie down rails, down/flat/downs, urban set)
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northstar is dope for jibs, the jumps aren't as good as sierras. heavenly you can have fun, although mid season this year was pretty lame. over all, northstar and sierra are my favorite. northstar for rails, sierra for jumps.