Check out the Winter Park TP. So far they've gotten the Kendrick park (beginner/intermediate, rails and two lines of kickers, 5'-10' and 10'-20'), the new Dog Patch park (intermediate/advanced; 2 lines/2 kickers, 10'-20' and 15'-25'), Upper Railyard (expert rails, two lines, tall and taller), Superpipe (cut well and fast, but some problems with drifting snow), and section 3.1 of the lower Railyard (advanced/expert, 3 kickers, 25'-40') all opened. Still working on the rest of lower Railyard, aka Dark Territory (fka 4.1 and 4.2), for which a pass/video presentation will be required (liability; keeps some of the gapers out; money supports Park maintenance). These should be big, 50' to 65', is the guess, a little stepped down; not for the timid; but Oh! what a rush.
The TP at WP is very snowboard friendly, so the kickers do not have a lot of pop (woo tang). Some alpiners like the pop, but its absence is actually good for freeheelers, too, since you don't get that big forward kachang as you begin your spins and mctwists (or that helpless sliding-down-the-kicker backwards on-your-face-and-hands feeling).
Come check it on your teles; look me up if you do. I'm the old guy in the pipe, in Kendrick and Dog Patch on teles (Karhu Agent/Bishop Bombers); trying to translate what I know on Alpines to freeheels. Helmets and buttpads helpful if you're over 40 or 50.