From basic beginner rails & boxes to advanced jump lines and features, Brimacombe's terrain parks offer something for every level of rider. Plus with new features and park builds scheduled regularly, even the most frequent riders will find the parks fresh and challenging all season long.
The Piggy Bank
This beginner-level progression park contains smaller, graduated features and terrain aimed at novice or young riders. Here you can test and build your skills before moving on into our more challenging Vault Terrain Park. Helmets are required. A Park Pass is not required to ride in the Piggy Bank terrain park.
This 5.5 acre park is geared for more experienced riders who want to up the ante and progress to more advanced features. Riders must be 8 years of age and older. A Park Pass and helmet are required to access the Vault.
Introduced in 2009, Brimacombe's Park Pass Program was developed in partnership with other industry leaders to help ensure that all riders of advanced park features are properly educated on park etiquette and safety.
At Brimacombe, all riders using our advanced terrain park, The Vault, require a valid Brimacombe Park Pass and membership or lift ticket; however, a Park Pass is not required for the Piggy Bank beginner progression park.
A Brimacombe Park Pass is available to anyone 8 years of age or older for only $10+hst and is valid for the entire season in which it is purchased. Plus, as part of Ontario's Common Terrain Park Pass Program, riders can also use their Brimacombe Park Pass to access terrain parks at the participating resorts listed below:
- Alpine Ski Club
- Batawa Ski Hill
- Beaver Valley Ski Club
- Caledon Ski Club
- Devil's Glen Country Club
- Georgian Peaks Club
- Laurentian Ski Hill
- Mansfield Ski Club
To register for the Pass in person, please visit Brimacombe's Main Office located in the East Chalet.
Please Note: All riders under 18 years of age will require a parent/guardian signature on the Park Pass waiver. Helmets are mandatory in all of Brimacombe's Terrain Parks.