Snowboarding Holidays


Epic snowboarding adventures - When you're seeking the best off-piste, snow-parks, mogul runs and  jumps for your snowboarding holiday, you want to know the best resorts to hit. We have put together some of top places for the best snowboarding holiday. 

When to go

Short breaks


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Our top rated snowboarding resorts

A selection of the best resorts that cater for snowboarders:

Avoriaz, France

Good for: beginner snowboarders

  • Renowned for snowboarding
  • There are four snowparks to chose from, including The Stash
  • Avoriaz has good freeriding and tree-lined runs
  • Over in Les Gets there is plenty of good rising for beginners
  • Arare snow park has a popular 'airbag jump'
  • Arare also has a banked slalom course

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Whistler, Canada

Good for: advanced snowboarders

  • The Whistler and Blackcomb mountains offer a great variety of terrain
  • Ample snow parks
  • 16 Alpine bowls
  • Five terrain parks
  • Over 40 jumps
  • An 18-foot Zaugg superpipe
  • Snowcross track

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Saas Fee, Switzerland

Good for: solo snowboarders

  • Home to the British Snowboarding team
  • Huge freestyle snowpark
  • With kickers, rails, boxes and transitions - these come in all shapes and sizes
  • Snowboarders from beginners to experts are all catered for

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Mayrhofen, Austria

Good for: family snowboarders

  • Vans Penken Park is accessed by its own lift
  • The park has six distinct areas
  • There are 11 kickers, 34 boxes and a 5 in 1 rail ride
  • A dedicated kids zone for younger boarders
  • Myrhofen hosts a snowboarding music festival, 'Snowbombing'

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Best snowboarding accommodation

An accommodation selection per suggested resorts that are ideal for snowboarders: 

Hotel Bristol - Saas Fee

Good for: solo snowboarders


  • No single supplement required
  • Ski-in ski-out hotel
  • Traditional Swiss style accommodation
  • A sun-terrace for afternoon or evening drinks
  • In the town centre

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Neuhaus Zillertal - Mayrhofen

Good for: family snowboarders


  • Opposite the ski bus-stop
  • In-house bowling alley and table tennis for children
  • Indoor pool
  • Movie bar
  • Suites that can sleep up to 4

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Crystal Lodge - Whistler

Good for: Après-ski snowboarders


  • Surrounded by shops and restaurants
  • Just 2 minutes to the main lift
  • Discounts to nearby restaurants
  • Complimentary self-service apple cider and hot drinks
  • Free ski-valet service

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Hotel Les Cimes du Soleil - Avoriaz

Good for: Beginner snowboarders


  • Ski-in ski-out in a flat area with on-site ski shop
  • All inclusive basis
  • In the centre of the pedestrian only resort
  • 500m from the local ski-school meeting point
  • Wellness area with Sauna

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FAQ's for snowboarding holidays

Is snowboarding better than skiing? - This is hugely down to personal preference but there is general belief that snowboarding is easier to learn than skiing. It is also a common known fact that snowboarding gear is generally more comfortable than skiing (mainly the boots).  

When is the best time to go on a snowboarding holiday? Most European and Canadian resorts are open from November to May - ideally the peak times to go would be December to April. However, if you are going in November - we would suggest Lapland/Finland as it is close to the Arctic Circle, if you are are going in May, we would suggest high-altitude resorts, ideally with Glaciers. 



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