On the slopes we see many profiles of winter sports fans. Obviously, we find a lot of skiers, but also people who want new sliding sensations. Thus, a certain number of equipment have appeared over time, including snowboarding.
Are you a snowboarder too? In this case, we suggest you discover our top resorts for snowboarding.
Serre-Chevalier is a very popular resort. As such, it delights all snow sports enthusiasts, including snowboarders. Boasting a natural funpark and slopes for all levels, it is an excellent destination for practicing snowboarding.
Whether you are a beginner or a snowboard expert, Les Arcs offers everything you need to provide you with a good dose of adrenaline. Some say the resort is a little too urban. That may be the case, but the ski area is exceptional.
Chamonix is not a resort like any other. Located not far from Mont Blanc, you benefit from a vast ski area to have fun on your snowboard and try new tricks. Indeed, the area offers slopes for all desires and profiles, from beginner snowboarders to freestyle enthusiasts.
For some, Avoriaz is considered the snowboarding capital of France. Moreover, it was one of the first resorts to offer a park and a pipe for snowboarders. To try at least once in your life if you are looking for where to snowboard.
As part of the Trois Vallées area, Courchevel has a global reputation. It is also one of the most expensive resorts in Europe. You therefore need a certain budget to take full advantage of it.
Another resort belonging to the 3 Valleys, Val Thorens is also known for being the highest resort in Europe. On site, you will find a snow park and good snowfall. In addition, the resort has set up car-free zones while offering accommodation at the foot of the slopes. This makes it easy to get around on foot without risk. On the other hand, the other side of the coin is that parking must be provided.
How can we talk about the 3 Valleys without mentioning Méribel ? On site, it is easy to find the snowboard slope that meets your current desires. In addition to its 2 snow parks, it is possible to go down long corridors or enjoy more open slopes. Some snow fans who love freestyle even call it the Disneyland of snowboarding.
THE 2 ALPS
Freestyle fans? In this case, you will find what you are looking for in the resort of Les 2 Alpes . Snow fans appreciate the fact that the teams on site are constantly developing the area by adding equipment dedicated to snowboarding. For example, you will find a super-pipe in Les 2 Alpes which is the ideal place to do a series of tricks. From beginner to advanced: there is something for everyone.
By going to Tignes , you can snowboard for many months of the year. In fact, the station is located at more than 2000 meters. This promotes excellent snow coverage. Moreover, it is the favorite destination of snowboard manufacturers and champions.
With its 800 hectares of slopes, it is difficult to get bored in the Alpes d'Huez . Get ready to be amazed once you get to the top of the ski lifts and make the most of it. Be careful though: this station is crowded on weekends. So expect a wait on the slopes.
If you're looking for a winter sports resort to practice snowboarding, head to La Clusaz . Located not far from Grenoble, it is the ideal place to start and train. Indeed, we are in a primarily family resort which offers a low altitude difference and slopes which delight people who do not yet have complete confidence in their ability.
Besides, this could be a good time to take snowboard lessons to get off to a good start.
VALLEY OF ISERE
Since the Val-d'Isère resort built its own snowpark, it has become a destination of choice for many snowboarders. Without forgetting the events designed by and for snow fans.
Please note: now that the Mountain 2 law has come into force, be sure to equip yourself well before going there. You need, at least, snow chains or a snow sock. As such, take an interest in Musher technology if you have not yet purchased this type of equipment. Simple to set up and very practical, our patented technology meets the expectations of people riding in the mountains in winter.