This terrain park safety initiative began in 2001 with the help of the National Ski Areas Association (NSAA), Burton Snowboards and a host of other contributing sponsors. The goal of Park Smart is to educate riders about freestyle terrain safety. The orange oval is the symbol used to designate freestyle terrain and is usually posted at the top of the terrain park or pipe.
The PARK SMART Safety Program has 5 Main Messages
- START SMALL: Work your way up. Build your skills.
- MAKE A PLAN: Every feature. Every time.
- ALWAYS LOOK: Before you drop.
- RESPECT: The features and other users.
- TAKE IT EASY: Know your limits. Land on your feet.
PEEPS - Park Etiquette & Education Program
The BOYNE PEEPs is our very own terrain park etiquette and education program. Once you've completed the short interactive presentation, you will be entitled to one PEEPs Pass and the know-how to use our park features to have more FUN! At Boyne Highlands, we pride ourselves on our terrain parks - and on our commitment to safety and skier/boarder etiquette. Knowing your park etiquette and being educated about terrain parks will always give you a better terrain park experience!