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Operations Update

Closed for the season. 

From our family to yours:  Thank you for a terrific season!



Park News

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LTP on Facebook

The Park now has its own Facebook page!

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Canadian Tire Terrain Park

About the Park

Laurentian Ski Hill proudly offers the best terrain park in Northern Ontario.  Features range from mini rails and a beginner box to a 30-foot shot gun rail, our new 30-foot DFD Hubba Tube and a 30-foot jump. The park is also served by it's own lift so you don't have to go all the way down to the chairlift or walk up.

For your safety, please read the signage at the entrance of the park. Helmets are required to use the park, and inverted aerial maneuvers are prohibited at all times.

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The park is open Wednesday, Thursday and Friday from 5:30 pm to 9 pm and weekends and holidays from 9 am to 4 pm. Please note that the park or specific features may not be available at all times due to conditions and park construction, and that the park may close for lunch.

Park Pass

A Terrain Park Pass is required to enter the terrain park, in addition to a valid lift ticket. The cost is $15 for the season or $5 for the day. All park pass holders will be required to watch a short video outlining safety rules and park etiquette, and write a short test. This can now be done online before coming to the hill. A waiver must be signed at the hill when purchasing the pass. This safety initiative ensures that people who are in the park know the rules and that parents know their kids are using the park.

Terrain Park Pass Online Test

If you or your kids are new to the park sign up for a private park lesson with one of are park certified instructors and we will include the season's park pass.


Interested in bring your abilities up to the next level? Want to make your child's holiday camp more exciting? Ask about our park lessons at the front desk or call us.

Stay Up to Date

Stay up to date with the latest changes and updates to the park by following @LaurentianSki on Twitter or Laurentian Terrain Park on Facebook.