5 Top Snowparks

Cool features, talented riders and a painstaking maintenance programme

You’ll find them all in our best snowparks: and you don’t have to be an expert to feel the benefit


There’s a new spirit abroad in Trentino’s snowparks. Serious money has been spent on new parks and features, while dedicated maintenance crews keep them in good shape throughout the season. As a result, the local freestyle scene is more creative and dynamic than ever – and there’s no better place to sample it than in one of our top five parks.

Ursus Snowpark - Madonna di Campiglio

Set at a snowsure 2.500m, and served by a six-pack chairlift, the Ursus is one of Trentino’s leading freestyle hubs. And no wonder. It offers more than 40 features in three lines (small, medium and large/extra-large), with the magnificient Brenta Dolomites as a backdrop.

San Martino Snowpark

San Martino Snowpark - S. Martino di Castrozza

Under new management since 2013, the San Martino Snowpark is maintained by a team of shapers and backed by the skills of F-Tech Snowpark Construction. Here, state-of-the-art features stretch over a 1km course.


Snowpark Monte Bondone - Trento

Not far from Trento, Snowpark Monte Bondone is the natural gathering point for the city’s freestyle community. Set above the 3-Tre ski-lift, it faces north, and has a large events area.


Morea Snowpark - Bellamonte

Snowpark Morea was designed to make freestyle more accessible to ordinary skiers and snowboarders, and it’s the perfect place for those who want to try it out for the first time, or build their skills and confidence. Up to 17 features can be tackled in a single descent.


Sanpe Snowpark - Passo S. Pellegrino

Ease of access, daily maintenance and some big jumps make the Sanpe one of the most popular snowparks amongst local riders. Four lines of features serve everyone from beginners to freestyle fanatics.