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Published on October 20th, 2018 | by skiandsnow

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Top 4 Best Resorts for Snowboarders

Top 4 Best Resorts for Snowboarders

If it is not the first day that you are standing on the snowboard and you have already rolled in some steep slopes, it’s not so easy to surprise you. Nevertheless, the Alpine resorts, as well as some other snowy landscapes, can be explored endlessly. So where to look for interesting snowparks and off-piste areas for snowboarders? In what places will you find a lot of extreme slopes for both advanced snowboarders and novice ones? We have prepared for you a rating of top 4 resorts with excellent conditions for snowboarding.

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№4 – Les Arcs, France

Les Arcs is the center of European snowboarding. Together with the resort of La Plagne, it is one of the largest skiing regions in the world, which is called Paradiski. Even if you came from New Zealand, there is something for each type of tourist, and even if you are a fan of online casino New Zealand, you will have plenty to do there. Absolutely everyone comes here: snowboarders, skiers, sportsmen, families with small children, and extreme seekers.

There are four Archs in the resort: Arc-1600, Arc-1800, Arc-2000, and the newest Arch-1950. Each of them has its own audience. The resort has limitless opportunities for off-piste skiing, two snowparks, 13 schools for snowboarders, as well as cinemas, bars, restaurants, and nightclubs.

№3 – Ischgl, Austria

Ischgl is a relatively new place, which is one of the reasons why it has the excellent conditions for snowboarders. The resort is one of the four best places for snowboarding in Europe. There you can find is a giant snow park Borders Paradise, where you can find a decent number of traces (more than 30), half-pipe, springboards, etc. Taking into account the geography and landscapes covered by the resort, Ischgl is a perfect place not only for board lovers. Silvretta Arena is one of the best areas in the Old World for skiing. It is suitable for both beginners and advanced skiers and snowboarders.

№2 – Alpe d’Huez, France

The main feature of the Alpe d’Huez is its tracks: there are more than 120 different areas equipped for both professional and novice riders. And if the latter is spread over rather flat slopes, extreme seekers will have plenty to do on over 16 kilometers of difficult traces on the Sarenne Glacier at Blanc Peak.

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№1 – Yllas, Finland

Yllas is considered the largest ski resort in Finland, whose absolute record for height difference is up to 500 meters. As a general rule, it is young people who come to this resort since most of the tracks are for “confident sportsmen,” although there are some simple slopes and a couple of ski schools for beginners. What is more, international competitions are often held on the slopes of Ylläs. Super-G or Super Giant Slalom is among the most popular tournaments for extreme lovers.

Of course, it is not a full list of best resorts for snowboarders. If you want to change your snowboarding geography, any places from our rating will offer you great conditions for an exciting ride!




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