I don't want to burst anyone's bubble, but I just want to provide a little clarity on where (as far as I know) the term "freeskiing" came from. It wasn't "invented" (as a lot of people here seem to think) when JP, Douglas and crew introduced a new kind of freestyle skiing back in '97-'98. That style of skiing was new,
but the term had already been coined by McConkey and others years earlier and applied to the big mountain contest circuit and it's governing body, the IFSA (International Freeskiing Association, also known as I Fucking Ski Awesome).
The word "freeskiing" was originally a means of getting away from the word "extreme", so even though it was being used to describe big mountain skiing, it really was intended to define going from the top of the mountain to the bottom in any way you see fit. No gates, no specific line or course, just SKIING.
So, in essence, saying that park skiing is "freeskiing" is pretty much contradictory, because there's a defined course and a defined style to park skiing.
Not that it really bothers me; I just want people to know that "freeskiing" wasn't invented ten years ago. It's been around as long as people have shredded mountains, ripped up pow and flipped off cliffs. And that's been going on a hell of a long time.