It is well-known that there is sometimes a little tension between skiers and snowboarders on the slopes and for this reason there are some ski resorts that prefer to encourage skiers, rather than snowboarders to their ski area, and therefore promote their resort as a SKI resort. Other ski resorts have decided to invest in snow parks and other facilities to attract snowboarders to their slopes with the aim of offering something for everyone. Some ski resorts are, by nature, more suitable for snowboarders because of the number of chair lifts versus drag lifts or the absence of long, flat road runs – the bane of every snowboarder’s winter holiday!

Vlag FRAvoriaz - the snowboarding capital of Europe

AvoriazAvoriaz is considered by many snowboarders as the 'snowboarding capital of Europe'. This has to do with the fact that Avoriaz has one of the most complete snow parks in the European Alps along with a fantastic snow cross. Avoriaz was one of the first ski resorts to have a real snowboard culture and because of this every snowboarder feels at home in Avoriaz, both on and off the slopes… More info about Avoriaz

Vlag FRChamonix - a snowboarder’s second home

ChamonixChamonix has to be on every snowboarder’s top 5 list – even if it is just for the off-piste route of more than four hours through the infamous Vallée Blanche! Add to that the Mont Blanc as a backdrop, a large fun park, halfpipe and boardercross and you understand that Chamonix is a real snowboarder’s second home. Even for the most experienced pro, there are plenty of challenges here! The rather out-of-date lift system slows thing downs a little! More info about Chamonix

Vlag ATMusic and snowboarding in Ischgl

IschglFreeriders and freestylers from around the world come to Ischgl for the snowboarding and partying. The Snow ART Park is one of the best and the largest snow parks in Europe. Freeriders can leave their tracks in thigh-deep powder as Ischgl is known for its record-breaking snowfalls. With great après-ski, festivals and awesome snowboarding, our conclusion is that any snowboarder won’t regret choosing Ischgl for their winter holiday. More info about Ischgl

Vlag FRSerre-Chevalier, a natural fun park for snowboarders

Serre-ChevalierThe ski area of Serre-Chevalier is a one huge fun park. Everywhere you go, there are natural jumps where you can practice tricks! The marked slopes are great for snowboarders too with plenty of long, wide runs that are a simple joy for every snowboarder. It is rumored that here you will find the best slopes of France. The advanced snowboarder can get an adrenalin kick on the Olympic downhill run to Chantemerle! More info about Serre-Chevalier

Vlag CHVerbier, off-piste snowboarding heaven

VerbierVerbier is often described as the perfect ski resort! The slopes are always kept in excellent condition and the modern lift system never lets you down. Once at the top you can choose between off-piste tracks, fun parks and challenging runs. It is said that Verbier has some of the best extreme off-piste terrain in Switzerland which explains why it attracts riders from all corners of the globe. More info about Verbier

 
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