Snow park ground rules
- Inverted manoeuvres are prohibited in Quebec.
- All users must wear a helmet in all of Quebec’s snow parks.
- You must always choose features that correspond to your skill level and know your limits.
- Your trick’s success depends on your approach, including factors such as speed, balance, and position before takeoff.
- Weather conditions change constantly throughout the day, so you must adapt your technique and position accordingly. If the run is icy, you will go faster; if the weather is warm and sunny, the snow will be stickier and slow you down.
Bromont, montagne d'expériences’s snow parks adhere to the Smart Style Freestyle Terrain Safety Initiative. Adopt a Smart Style !
Make a plan
- Have a plan for each feature you are going to use. Your speed and takeoff will directly affect your manoeuvre and landing.
- Visualize your manoeuvre before you drop.
Always look before you drop
- Throughout the day, inspect the modules before using them.
- Wait your turn, make sure the run is clear before you drop, and always clear the landing area quickly.
Respect the features and other users
- Respect the features, the other users, the park rangers, the countain Code of conduct, and the signage.
- Respect breeds respect.
Take it easy
- Warm up, start with small features, and progress at your own pace.
- Perform manoeuvres that match your skill level, stay in control, and take lessons to improve. .
Manoeuvres can be better understood when analyzed according to four stages.
In this step, you must adjust your speed, balance, and position, and visualize the trick you are going to perform.
Your takeoff is crucial to successfully completing a trick. You must be in the right position to reach a trajectory that corresponds to the height of the jump.
This is where you can be creative, while carefully controlling your movements in the air and aligning yourself with the landing area.
Land softly, feet first, in the first third of the landing area and quickly clear the way for the next rider.