I groomed there before going up to Cannon. The Park Manager there is Eric Webster. He came over from Killy to set up the Infinite Snowboarding deal for Ragged and Blue Hills the last year I was there. He puts together a solid park with good variety and a bunch of rails, and the 'Last Call' comp goes off. The park itself has a nice long trail under a lift and can be lapped easily. Unfortunately it takes a while for the park to get rolling and longer for the 12' pipe as Ragged has limited snowmaking water. The mountain has interresting terrain compared to the other hills nearby, (Gunstock, Sunapee, etc.) especially when the glades get enough snow like last year. The vert is small - 1200' so the runs are short with some runouts in places. Gotta say that it is over priced for what you get overall though. At $39 weekday and $49 weekend it is better to go to Gunstock and you can ski till 9:00pm or come up to Cannon for $5 less, $34/$45 I'll show you my park,(more on that soon) and some serious terrain! (sorry 'bout the shameless pitch!! )
The Infinite Park is definately worth a ride, especially if you can land some discout tickets, (buy them at a shop on your way) and if you can, check out Last Call. It is geared to snowboards but they pro-up the elements and put together some cool combos.
Cannon Mtn Park Cutter