This summer is the first year there has been an official women's slopestyle tour. https://www.tetongravity.com/story/bike/First-ever-womens-slopestyle-tour-breaks-barriers?fbclid=IwAR2B4zH6Hhiwfa-qa9bnSQ9VGy0y-UTPPYdyFFT7guK2HgWthga1Hg_qqRQ This is a new and growing sport. Imagine being able to go back in time to when park skiing was just revving up. That's the state of women's dirt jumping right now. It is pretty awesome.
Dirt jumping is nice because you get to focus on skills and tricks and amplitude instead of speed and chasing strava times (an app that tracks your speed on a given trail that mountain bikers use). You can go to the dirt jumps at any time, you aren't reliant on lift service and you don't have to pay for a season pass, but you should help out on dig days. It's easy to make friends and feel a part of the community since you are sharing a relatively small space, although plenty of times I have had the jumps to myself. Best of all dirt jumping takes a lot of coordination and bikes aren't as cheap as razor scooters so you don't have to worry about hoards of small children blocking the landings, which is the primary reason I don't go to the skatepark. I highly recommend getting into dirt jumping as your off season sport, it's the closest thing I've found to the feeling I get park skiing.