Popular Terrains for Snowboarding in the World

During the winter season, Snowboarding makes up about 30% of resort revenues. People believe snowboarding gives them a great feeling. Depending on where you go, you can adore some serene and spectacular scenery. Though there are many fascinating and beautiful resorts in the world, you must be confused about where you should be spending the time of your life. We have covered 5 most famous terrains for snowboarding in the world for you.

  1. Verbier, Switzerland: Though certainly it’s not the cheapest resort in the world, but there is a reason it constantly being on top in the list of the best snowboarding resorts in the world. Having one of the best freeride terrain in Europe, every year Freeride World Tour is held in Verbier. Hire a guide to explore the epic backcountry and make sure you get first lifts as the locals exactly know where to head.
  2. Whistler Blackcomb, Canada: If you ask any snowboarder of Canada what is the best snowboarding resort, we bet they will say Whistler. You can find yourself in the best snowboarding area just by driving for two hours from Vancouver. The place has everything from the backcountry, parks to the powder. Every winter you can enjoy fresh snow of 450 inches and 3,000 metres of vertical terrain.
  3. Niseko United, Japan: Especially when it comes to riding power, Niseko United is the most well-known snowboarding resort in Japan. Also known as The Land of Rising Sun, the place witnesses one of the biggest snowfall in the world- around 14m per year. What’s more amazing is that you can ride through waist deep powder and by the time you have made it to the top again your tracks will be covered entirely by snow.
  4. Chamonix, France: This place is all about ropes, carabiners and ice axes. Being Europe’s tallest mountain, Chamonix is nested beneath the shadow of Mont Blanc. For snowboarders and mountaineers, there is plenty of background terrain to explore from the top of lifts. Hire a guide to take you from the top of Aiguille du Midi to experience the valley below for the ultimate adventure.
  5. Park City, Utah, USA: There’s a reason you’ve seen clips of this park from movies. With three terrain parks and a superpipe, the big park is the King’s Crown described by Whitelines. If you are willing to hike a little bit, the off-piste is decent, plus the resort is only 30 minutes apart from Salt Lake City airport.



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