If you’re looking to build and create your very own snowboarding trip at some of the best resorts in the French and Austrian Alps then Alpine Elements snowboarding holidays come highly recommended.
Combining the freedom of choice associated with bespoke packages and affordable mainstream snowboarding trip rates, you can get the very best of both worlds.
Simply choose your destination, pick a chalet from their original or premium luxury range and select the dates you want to go. It couldn’t be easier, and with great discounts available for groups, family packages and even weekend trips, Alpine Elements snowboarding holidays are becoming more and more popular.
With a whopping eleven snowboarding resorts to choose from across the Alpine region, you have a wide selection of conditions and atmospheres to compare. Whether you’re looking for a family friendly resort, some exclusive snowboarding or some wild nightlife, it’s all on offer across the eleven destinations.
Known for its long summit to base descents, the snowboarding here is big. With the 600 kilometres of the Three Valleys area to explore, you could board here for months on end and never get bored.
Part of the Portes du Soleil region, this is another huge area to check out for boarders of all levels. With some excellent nightlife on offer too, this is definitely for the fun lovers and party animals out there.
Once a traditional Alpine village, this is now a thoroughly modern snowboarding resort, with an excellent range of facilities and great access to the slopes. A popular choice with those who really care about the boarding conditions.
Sitting at the foot of Mont Blanc, Chamonix is a town that’s always been popular with boarders. Access to the 750 kilometres of piste might have something to do with it. But then again, the hundreds of clubs and bars to check out might be another reason.
Perhaps the quintessential picture postcard snowboard resort, Meribel is all wooden chalets and stone huts. In the heart of the massive Three Valleys area, this is a resort that’s family friendly but still has plenty going on night and day.
With slopes suitable for all and a park and pipe that will get freestylers hearts racing, this is a top boarding destination. The park is maintained daily, so conditions are always good. And the powder here is the stuff of legend.
Open powder fields up on the glacier that stretch all the way back down to the resort, and with plenty of easier trails for the beginners and a number of parks and pipes to check out, this is a top spot for boarders.
One of the first ever resorts to adopt snowboarding way back in the early 1990s, this place is something of a Mecca for European snowboarders. Together with sister resort Avioraz, this is a resort that has boarding facilities that are second to none in the Alps.
Long powder runs down from the summit of glacier La Plagne Bellecote make this a popular choice with snowboarders in the Alps. Natural half pipes and gulleys also add to the fun. The snow park is also a great place to try out some tricks, with a friendly and welcoming atmosphere encouraged.
This is an ideal resort for intermediate and advanced boarders, with some tough and challenging runs and great off piste riding. The nightlife in the picturesque, car-free town is equally as exciting, with plenty of bars and clubs to check out.
Although it might seem like a traditional kind of resort, La Tania was actually very quick to embrace the snowboarding scene. With plenty of top class parks across the Three Valley area (the nearest being at Courcheval), there are plenty places to try out your tricks.
With Alpine Elements snowboarding holidays, you can create your own trip around exactly what you’re looking for. Whether you’re after something cheap and cheerful or fancy spoiling yourself with a little more luxury, the choice is always yours.