- An area in a park type setting, often within a ski resort, designed for snowboarding or sometimes skiing and typically containing features such as ramps and rails for sliding on.
1968, Bancroft-Whitney Company, Lawyers Co-operative Publishing Company, American jurisprudence trials: an encyclopedic guide to the modern practices, techniques, and tactics used in preparing and trying cases, with model programs for the handling of all types of litigation, Volume 15, page 42:
- ...and observed double diamond terrain features of terrain park, which was designed for advanced skiers and snowboarders who chose to recreate in a very challenging risk-filled environment...
2010, Lois Friedland, Marc Lallanilla, Jennifer Swetzoff, Charlie O’Malley, chapter 3, in Frommer's 500 Adrenaline Adventures, ISBN 9780470528037, page 147:
- The Niseko terrain park and half pipe, also lit in the evening, has large tabletops, rails, and kickers. Wonderland Park has spines, waves, hits, and rails for various skill levels.