Zermatt Snowboarding
Zermatt

 Matterhorn Ski Paradise, Switzerland  |    December 9, 2019

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 30, 2019

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.


Whistler Blackcomb Snowboarding
Whistler Blackcomb

 British Columbia, Canada  |    November 10, 2019

Northeast of Vancouver and west of Pemberton, the Whistler Blackcomb ski resort has 200+ runs spread over 8,170 acres served by 37 lifts that access a maximum vertical descent of 5,280 feet. The Whistler Blackcomb resort is known for wet, mushy snow at the bottom (or even rain) and pow (or ice) up top (along with fog or white out).


Verbier Snowboarding
Verbier

 Les 4 Vallees, Switzerland  |    November 8, 2019

Southeast of Geneva and Martigny, the Verbier ski area has 56 runs totalling 192km that are served by 37 lifts with a maximum vertical drop of 1,830m. Verbier tends to attract extreme freeriding snowboarders from around the world.


Mammoth Mountain Snowboarding
Mammoth Mountain

 California  |    November 7, 2019

East of San Francisco near the town of Mammoth Lakes, the Mammoth Mountain Resort is the premier snowboarding destination in northern California. The ski area is located on a conical volcanic peak with runs spread around the front and back sides.


Corvatsch Snowboarding
Corvatsch

 St Moritz, Switzerland  |    November 6, 2019

Southeast of Zurich and southwest of St Moritz, the Corvatsch ski area is where most freeriding snowboarders head to get their fix of off-piste lines. Located about a short 20 minute free ski bus ride from St Moritz Dorf, the Corvatsch ski area is located on a broad glacier and is the least crowded of the nine Engadin ski areas.


Crested Butte Mountain Resort Snowboarding
Crested Butte Mountain Resort

 Colorado  |    November 5, 2019

North of Gunnison and Crested Butte, the Crested Butte Mountain Resort ski area is the extreme freeriders mecca in the US. It has more lift-accessed double-black diamond terrain than any other ski area.


Courchevel Snowboarding
Courchevel

 Les Trois Vallees, Savoie, France  |    November 4, 2019

Southeast of Chambery and Moutiers, the Courchevel ski domaine has 119 runs served by 62 lifts spread over an area of 1,300 acres. The pistes cover a wide range of difficulty with 27 green runs, 44 blue runs, 38 red runs and 10 black runs.


Meribel Snowboarding
Meribel

 Les Trois Vallees, Savoie, France  |    November 3, 2019

Southeast of Chambery and Moutiers, the Meribel ski domaine has 150km of pistes served by 42 lifts with a maximum vertical descent of 1,550m (5,100 feet). The Meribel ski domaine interconnects several villages in the valley including the three main Meribel villages, Brides Les Baines, Les Allues and La Raffort.


Jackson Hole Mountain Resort Snowboarding
Jackson Hole Mountain Resort

 Jackson, Wyoming  |    November 2, 2019

Northwest of Jackson, the Jackson Hole Mountain Resort is a freeriders mecca located in the Tetons. The ski area has 134 runs spread over 2,500 acres that are served by 13 lifts with a maximum vertical descent of 4,100 feet.


Arosa Snowboarding
Arosa

 Chur, Switzerland  |    November 1, 2019

Southeast of Zurich and Chur, the Arosa ski area has 25 pistes totaling 70km that are served by 12 lifts accessing 914m of vertical descent. Located in the Schanfigg Valley, this family-friendly ski area is popular with beginner and intermediate snowboarders.


Jakobshorn Snowboarding
Jakobshorn

 Davos, Switzerland  |    November 1, 2019

Southeast of Zurich and southeast of Davos Platz, the Jakobshorn ski area is part of the Davos-Klosters ski region. The Jakobshorn ski area has 14 pistes served by 9 lifts accessing a vertical descent of 1050m. Located in the eastern Swiss canton of Graubuenden (aka Grisons), the Davos Klosters ski region consists of six ski areas in the Rhaetian Alps spread along the Landwasser valley.


Killington Resort Snowboarding
Killington Resort

 Vermont  |    November 1, 2019

Northeast of Schenectady and east of Rutland, the Killington Resort ski area has big mountain snowboarding spread over 7 mountains and it is well-known as a rowdy party resort. It has 212 runs spread over 1,975 acres that are accessed by 22 lifts with a maximum vertical of 3,050 feet.


Arosa Snowboarding
Arosa

 Chur, Switzerland  |    November 1, 2019

Southeast of Zurich and Chur, the Arosa ski area has 25 pistes totaling 70km that are served by 12 lifts accessing 914m of vertical descent. Located in the Schanfigg Valley, this family-friendly ski area is popular with beginner and intermediate snowboarders.