Where is the best place to go snowboarding? Check out our top 10 resorts to go snowboarding below for the greatest boarding that will ensure you have the best snow holiday. Ever.

Where to Snowboard?

Now, that’s the question!

If you are a keen snowboarder then you’ll want nothing but the best. Maybe deep powdered snow, huge jumps and steep slopes are at the top of your list or you could be a cruisey laid back type of rider. Well, here at Snowfinders, while you’ll find us talking about skiing and ski resorts that is simply the generic term used for sliding down the mountain whether it be of two planks or one tray. Either way we are huge fans of the boarding scene and we guarantee to assist when it comes to picking the best locations for snowboarding heaven.


Where is the best place to go snowboarding? Check out our top 10 resorts to go snowboarding below for the greatest boarding that will ensure you have the best snow holiday. Ever.

1.  Whistler/Blackcomb, Canada

If you’re looking for pro-level snowboarding resorts, then you’ve hit the target with Whistler/ Blackcomb in Canada.

Made up of two side by side mountains, Whistler and Blackcomb, the resort is dedicated to snowboarding after being one of the first resorts to bring snowboarding to North America. And since its arrival? The sport continues to grow. And become more adventurous.

When you arrive at Whistler/Blackcomb, expect snowboarding for all levels from beginner to intermediate to advanced to pro. And, if you’re an expert, you’ll truly be in your element.

The area offers over 8000 acres of varied terrain from cruisey blue to mogulled blacks, to stepps, deeps and backcountry. There’s 99 acres of ski and board park terrain here, divided into five parks that are further divided into ability.

There’s an absolute lorry load of freestyle tricks to be practiced here, including, jumps, rails, jibs, spines and pipes. The Olympic sized pipe encourages the most prestigious of Winter sport athletes to the resort, while the 15 foot mini pipe is a welcome practice for aspiring beginners.

If you really want to up your snowboarding game then a trip to Whistler/Blackcomb should be part of your prep. Up for Whistler snowboarding? Book Now with Snowfinders.

2. St Anton, Austria

If you’ve been asking yourself “Where can I snowboard in Austria?”, then St Anton is your answer.

Described as the best freeriders resort in Austria by World Snow Board Guide, the resort scores 10 out of 10 as a snowboarding destination.

Although St Anton can be a more expensive European option, Snowfinders offer breaks to St Anton for reasonable prices.  

St Anton is best for intermediate boarders that like to party HARD. In fact, it pretty much tops the list of snowboarding destinations if you tick these two boxes.

The terrain here is immense, with easy access to accompanying resorts Lech and Zurs, St Anton offers over 280km on-piste and 180km off-piste, which you can ride with a guide.

How about heli-boarding? You can try this in St Anton too. Can’t wait? Book a snowboarding trip to St Anton with Snowfinders.

3. Davos , Switzerland

Davos is the icing on the cake when it comes to snowboarding and scores top marks in freeride, piste riding and freestyle.

Davos Snowboarding offers something for everyone. And we mean everyone,

Across 320km of snow-sure pistes, all snowboarders will find what they’re looking for. There’s 5 massive mountains available to delve into, as well as a choice of fun parks, trees and half-pipes. There’s a boarder cross circuit in Davos too.

Ever wanted to try night riding? Then have a go at this resort! Book your snowboarding holiday in Davos with Snowfinders. You’ll be spoilt for choice.

4. Cervinia, Italy

Looking to snowboard in Italy? Cervinia is a great bet.

A top choice of resort for the beginner snowboarder, expect long and smooth pistes with plenty of snow. Some may be disappointed by the flatter areas of Cervinia, however, others may find it refreshing and enjoy the stunning views of the Matterhorn mountain, always in sight throughout Cervinia.

Another bonus of Cervinia is the fact that it is so close to Zermatt, a supreme quality resort with great terrain for boarding. Cervinia is perfect for those who want to board the exclusive slopes Zermatt has to offer, without the cost that staying in Zermatt brings with it.

Book a snowboarding holiday in Cervinia with Snowfinders.

5. Chamonix, France

After a powder dump in Chamonix, the snowboarding simply couldn’t be better!

While the resort isn’t ideal for those starting out on the snowboarding scene, the more advanced boarders will love Chamonix and its access to ample off piste.

Right next to Europe’s highest mountain, Mont Blanc, Chamonix makes the adrenaline pump for even the most expert snowboarders out there!

For apres skiers this is hardcore with an amazing choice of clubs and bars. You can enjoy the restaurants and bars too, even better, the food and drink is reasonably priced. So fuel up, button up and get out on the slopes at Chamonix.

Book a snowboarding trip to Chamonix with Snowfinders.

6. Avoriaz, France

Avoriaz is often described as the principal snowboard location of Europe and, most certainly, reels in the crowds.

You’ll be blown away at this Boarding Mecca and will be baffled by the awesome freeride and freestyle snowboard park you can ride in Avoriaz.

The ideal location for beginner and intermediate snowboarders, piste options are extensive in this “capital” of the world renowned Portes du Soleil. The domain covers around 600km of piste.

If you are fairly new to the snowboarding scene, we’d recommend Avoriaz.

Book snowboarding in Avoriaz now with Snowfinders.

7. Mayrhofen, Austria

Mayrhofen has got to be one of the top locations for a snowboarding package holiday.

The resort offers 157km of piste locally and over 450km of piste on it’s area lift pass. Linking to resorts such as Hippach, Finkenberg and Eggalm/Rastkogel in the Ziller valley gives riders the opportunity to travel and experience the outlying traditional local villages.

Book snowboarding in Mayrhofen with Snowfinders.

8. Laax, Switzerland

Laax welcomes snowboarders and is without doubt one of the top snowboarding destinations in Switzerland. It is located right next to Flims which is an excellent resort for skiers looking for a resort with a relaxed feel. Laax is much more vibrant and a big hit with boarders.

The resort is very snow sure and suits beginners, intermediates and experts. Freeriders and freestylists will get a kick out of snowboarding here too.

Home to events such as the European Open and the BRITS series finals, the fact that Laax hosts these calibre of events allows the resort to speak for itself.

It is no surprise then that Laax draws in the top level snowboarders (and top entertainment for apres-ski too!).

For optimal snowboarding and optimal apres-ski, book a snowboarding holiday in Laax with Snowfinders.

9. Tignes, France

There’s something for all snowboarders at Tignes resort in France. Whether you are highly experienced or new to the scene, as long as you’re happy with a slightly busier atmosphere, you’ll enjoy a holiday in Tignes.

One of the first resorts for snowboarding Europe, Tignes welcomes snowboarding with open arms, it is most probably on the bucket list of most serious snowboarders.

If you haven’t already been? Tignes is definitely worth a visit. The resort offers World level snowboarding and the Espace Killy area is undoubtedly an unmissable opportunity!

The only thing is snowboarding books up quickly here, so book your adventure in Tignes now with Snowfinders.

10. Ischgl, Austria

Ischgl is not only a favourite snow destination amongst skiers, it is also a fantastic location for Snowboarders too.

The ski lifts are smart, modern, and speedy to take you to the top so waste no time waiting and enjoy the vast area for fast boarding too.

A fantastic snowboarding park with great terrain, as well as the best apres ski The Alps has to offer.

Hurry up if you want to book Ischgl as, although it is open until May, it is a massively popular resort. Book Ischgl now with Snowfinders.