China Peak Skiing and Snowboarding Terrain / Mountain StatsLakeshore, CA US
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China Peak TerrainThe China Peak mountain is incredibly diverse, offering everything from beginner to double black diamond runs. China Peak's longest run, Academy, is over two mlies long. It provides a great environment for those learning how to ride or ski. The advanced runs on The Face are arguably to hardest on the mountain, challenging even the most advanced riders. Between those extremes are a multitude of varying runs; each visitor is guaranteed to find a run that suits their skill level.
In addition to a wide variety of runs, China Peak also offers three terrain park areas: the Burton Progression Park/Ullmann's Alley, the new Firebowl park, and the Canyonlands. The mountain has 1,679 feet of vertical with a base elevation of 7,030 with the peak at just over 8,700 feet. The resort offers seven chairlifts, a T-Bar servicing our new freestyle terrain park (Firebowl), and two handle tows and a moving carpet for the beginner skiers and snowboarders.
China Peak SnowboardingHalfpipes: 0
Tarrain Parks: 3
ULLMANN'S ALLEY - A Burton Progression Park designed for first time and novice riders.
TOLLHOUSE - China Peak's freestyle terrain for the big boys. Riders will find a variety of boxes and rails, as well as bigger jump lines, hips, spines etc.
CANYONLANDS - will offer two courses, one designed for family fun with a series of bank turns rollers and small jumps and the other designed for skiers and riders who want to go fast and catch some air.
China Peak Mountain Stats
What's New This Season at China PeakWe have made numerous improvements this past summer, all focused on dramatically improving the guest experience, including two new magic carpets making your learn to ski and ride experience incomparably easier than ever! In addition, the Day Lodge bar is now four times as big, named after 50 year Fresno Skier Jack Pieroni (Jack's). Furthermore, there is extended parking and improved ski school for kids!
Information last updated 11/27/2013.