This case involves a recreational, novice skier who was injured while skiing one afternoon in the terrain park at a ski resort. The plaintiff, a twenty-two-year-old male, was skiing at a large resort. The resort featured over forty-five trails, multiple terrain parks, and a large halfpipe. The plaintiff was skiing down an intermediate hill with a group of friends when they entered the terrain park. The only marking for this particular section of the resort was a sign, which plaintiff alleged was covered in snow at the time of the accident, indicating that the area was a terrain park, complete with jumps, boxes, and rails. The plaintiff, while skiing down the trail, inadvertently skied off of an unmarked jump and landed improperly on his head. Because of the fall, the plaintiff was severely injured and was left paralyzed from the waist down.