Zermatt Snowboarding

 Matterhorn Ski Paradise, Switzerland  |    November 20, 2020

Southwest of Zurich and Birg, the car-free town of Zermatt is the snowboarding base for the infamous Matterhorn Ski Paradise. This well-known and very popular ski area combines several interconnected mountains and even provides access over Kleine Matterhorn to a pair of Italian ski areas. Zermatt is the perfect base for exploring the Matterhorn Ski Paradise and is surrounded by 30+ mountains over 4,000m.

St Anton Snowboarding
St Anton

 Arlberg, Tirol, Austria  |    November 19, 2020

West of Innsbruck, the St Anton ski area is a vast freeriding mecca with extensive off-piste sidecountry country and backcountry to explore. And, when you rip it up hard, you can expect the apres ski action to be just as big -- this ski area has the biggest apres ski scene in the world.

Les Deux Alpes Snowboarding
Les Deux Alpes

 Savoie, France  |    November 18, 2020

Southeast of Chambery and Bourg d'Oisans, the Les Deux Alpes ski domaine has 150km of pistes that are served by 53 lifts with a maximum vertical descent of 2,270m. Les Deux Alpes links the two villages of Venosc and Mont de Lans.

Trevalli Snowboarding

 Dolomites, Veneto, Italy  |    November 17, 2020

Northeast of Trento and east of Moena, the 3-Valli Trevalli ski region is a combination of two ski areas spread across three valleys. The two ski areas are Alpe Lusia Ski Area and Passo Rolle ski area near San Pellegrino.

Serre Chevalier Snowboarding
Serre Chevalier

 Savoie, France  |    November 16, 2020

Southeast of Grenoble and northwest of Briancon in the Guisane valley, the Serre-Chevalier ski domaine has 115 pistes served by 68 lifts accessing a maximum vertical drop of 1,650m. About 35% of the runs are graded red and 10% are black.

Montgenevre Snowboarding

 Vialattea, Savoie, France  |    November 15, 2020

Southeast of Grenoble and northeast of Briancon, the Montgenevre ski domaine has 110km of pistes served by 32 lifts with a maximum vertical descent of 950m. Along the Italian border, it is known for its intermediate cruisers and reliable snow.

Alpe d Huez Snowboarding
Alpe d Huez

 Savoie, France  |    November 12, 2020

Southeast of Grenoble near Bourg d'Oisans, the Alpe d'Huez ski domaine has 185km of piste served by 81 lifts with a maximum vertical descent of 1,920m (6,300 feet). Alpe d'Huez is known by snowboarders for its extensive and varied slopes that are mostly above the treeline.

San Martino di Castrozza Snowboarding
San Martino di Castrozza

 Dolomites, Veneto, Italy  |    November 11, 2020

Northeast of Trento and southeast of Bolzano, the San Martino di Castrozza region has 45 pistes totaling 50km served by 23 lifts with a maximum vertical descent of 900m. The pistes are spead among several small non-interconnected ski areas.

La Rosiere Snowboarding
La Rosiere

 Espace San Bernardo, Savoie, France  |    November 10, 2020

East of Albertville and northeast of Bourg St Maurice, the La Rosiere ski domiane has 24 pistes totaling 75km that served by 10 lifts with a maximum descent of 1140m. It is a family-friendly ski area that is perfect for beginners.

Civetta Snowboarding

 Dolomites, Veneto, Italy  |    November 9, 2020

North of Venice and southwest of Cortina d'Ampezzo near Selva Di Cadore, the Ski Civetta is a family-friendly ski region that spans from Selva Di Cadore in the north to Alleghe in the south. There are about 50 pistes totaling 50km that served by 25 lifts.

Alta Badia Snowboarding
Alta Badia

 Dolomites, Sud-Tirol, Italy  |    November 8, 2020

South of Brunico and west of Cortina d'Ampezzo, the Alta Badia ski area has 130km of piste served by 71 lifts with a maximum vertical descent of 653m (2,140 feet). Within Alta Badia, there are six resorts including the popular Corvara (Ladin-speaking), San Cassiano, Col Fosca, La Villa, Pedraces, and La Val.

Val Thorens Snowboarding
Val Thorens

 Les Trois Vallees, Savoie, France  |    November 7, 2020

Southeast of Annecy and south of Moutiers, the Val Thorens ski domaine has 150km of pistes served by 31 lifts with a maximum vertical descent of 1430m. Val Thorens is located in a vast cirque below six glaciers and is well-known for its off-piste freeriding.

Tignes Snowboarding

 Espace Killy, Savoie, France  |    October 31, 2020

Southeast of Albertville and Bourg Ste Maurice, the Tignes ski domaine has 150km of pistes served by 47 lifts with a maximum vertical descent of 1,890m. It is part of the Espace Killy ski region that interconnects Tignes with Val d'Isere.

Meribel Snowboarding

 Les Trois Vallees, Savoie, France  |    October 28, 2020

Southeast of Chambery and Moutiers, the Meribel ski domaine has 150km of pistes served by 42 lifts with a maximum vertical descent of 1550m. The Meribel ski domaine interconnects several villages in the valley including the three main Meribel villages, Brides Les Baines, Les Allues and La Raffort.