China Peak Mountain Resort, celebrating its 55th year this season, is one of California’s top mid sized mountains, located 65 miles northeast of Fresno, just off the shore of beautiful Huntington Lake. With a base elevation of 7,000 and peak of 8,700, and 1,400 acres of diverse terrain, China Peak stacks up well against all but a few of California’s largest resorts, and offer full resort services including a 50 room cozy Inn, restaurants, bars, ski & board school, ski & board rentals, retail shops and more. China Peak has a sizeable snowmaking system covering slopes of all types from top to bottom. China Peak features:
Burton Progression Park / Ullmann’s AlleyJust starting to learn how to ride freestyle terrain? This is the place for you. The Burton Progression Park is designed for first time and novice riders. Special signs, fencing, and features are designed to make your learning experience in the park fun and exciting.
The main park is moving back to Tollhouse - China Peak’s freestyle terrain for the big boys. Served by Chair 4, this area is set aside for intermediate and advanced riders. Riders will find a variety of boxes and rails, as well as bigger jump lines, hips, spines etc. The Tollhouse Park is where the serious riders call home. This season – be sure to check out The Bus – making its new home in the Park.
The Canyonlands skier and boarder cross area has something for everyone. One of the courses is designed for family fun with a series of bank turns rollers and small jumps. The other course is designed for skiers and riders who want to go fast and catch some air. Expect lots of g-force style bank turns, road gaps, and jumps in a fun a challenging setup.