For 2021 Snowboxx will return to its home in Avoriaz, the highest resort in the Franco-Swiss region of Portes du Soleil that offers no less than the largest connected ski area in the world, as well as jaw dropping landscapes, plenty of off piste activities and a broad selection of excellent restaurants, pubs and spas.
Avoriaz is how you imagine a picture postcard ski resort should be: boasting striking backdrops, surrounded by slopes, fully pedestrianised and completely snow-covered.
This means you can ski in and out of your apartment through the trafﬁc-free streets to catch any of the multiple nearby lifts, take a horse and sleigh to a nearby restaurant or walk among the picturesque lines of Christmas trees and fairy lights.
The off-piste choice is outstanding too, ranging from a heated indoor water park, spas and a squash court to cinemas, ice skating, bowling and an endless selection of lively pubs and tasty restaurants.
Avoriaz is the highest resort in Les Portes Du Soleil, a region that offers no less than the largest connected ski area in the world! With an incredible 650km of ﬁrst-class pistes, 200 lifts and 11 snowparks spread over 12 resorts, 14 valleys and 400 square miles across France and Switzerland, it’s got to be skied to be believed!
Portes du Soleil is a genuine powder reserve deep in the Alps, with quality snow guaranteed throughout the season and plenty of choices for all levels. From cruisey blue pistes for those looking for an easy ride to the infamously challenging Swiss Wall, there is something for everyone.
Lines of kickers for every level, jibs, boxes, rails and a dedicated lift. Perfect to warm up and improve your skills!
A 100% natural freestyle park developed by Jake Burton himself!
This truly unique snow playground in the middle of the Lindarets forest is ﬁlled with countless wooden features for all levels and never-ending by-ways.
For the more advanced riders, Arare Park boasts an amazing selection of big and very big jumps, perfect for testing your nerve and dialling in those ﬂips with some serious hang time. Plenty of rails and boxes too!
As with the big boy above, the Lil’ Stash has a series of obstacles made from natural sources. This spot is for those just starting out and wanting to test the water before taking on the full scale obstacles in the other parks. Worth a nosey if you want to give some low rails a go!
One of the very few in Europe! A mammoth sized Superpipe with transitions that will make your toes curl. Not for the faint hearted! If you have ridden one of these bad boys before, then you know what it’s all about.
"Skiers of every level will be able to enjoy themselves"
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