Located in the resort's Basibé area, the new park contains 18 elements. There are rail boxes, big jumps, pole jam, a wall ride spine, fun box, boxes line, transfer, wood park, step up and a quarter pipe.
The total length of the park is 2.5km making it will the biggest Snowpark in Spain.
Although there has been little new snow this week, cold weather has helped Spanish ski resorts to maintain and improve conditions on the slopes and Cerler has some of the deepest snow in the country with 175cm (nearly 6 feet) on upper slopes.
Typically resorts have 30-105cm (1-3.5 feet) at the base of their runs and 150-210cm (5-7 feet) on upper slopes. However Sierra Nevada in the south reports the greatest snow depth of three metres (ten feet) at the top and Formigal has the most terrain open with 136km (80 miles) of runs.
More snow is expected tomorrow.