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List of 232 Snowparks 🏂 in France

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List of ski resorts with a dedicated snowpark for snowboarders :

Ski resort Mountain Presence of a snowpark ?
Abundance Northern Alps Yes
Abriès en Queyras Southern Alps No
Aiguilles in Queyras Southern Alps No
Aillons Margeriaz Northern Alps No
Albiez Montrond Northern Alps No
Alpe d’Huez Northern Alps Yes
Alpe du Grand Serre Northern Alps Yes
Alti Aigoual Central Massif No
Ancelle Southern Alps No
Areches Beaufort Northern Alps Yes
Artouste Pyrenees Yes
Arvieux en Queyras Southern Alps No
Ascou Pailhères Pyrenees Yes
Auris en oisans Northern Alps Yes
Auron Southern Alps Yes
Aussois Northern Alps No
Autrans Northern Alps No
Avoriaz Northern Alps Yes
Ax 3 Domains Pyrenees Yes
Barèges Pyrenees Yes
Beille Pyrenees Yes
Bellevaux – Hirmentaz Northern Alps Yes
Bernex Northern Alps No
Bessans Northern Alps No
Besse Super Besse Central Massif Yes
Beuil les Launes Southern Alps Yes
Bonneval sur Arc Northern Alps No
Bramans Northern Alps No
Brameloup Central Massif No
Brides les Bains Northern Alps Yes
Bussang – Larcenaire Vosges No
Cambre d’Aze Pyrenees No
Camurac Pyrenees No
Cauterets Pyrenees Yes
Ceillac en Queyras Southern Alps No
Céüze Southern Alps No
Chabanon Southern Alps No
Chaillol Southern Alps No
Chalmazel Central Massif No
Chamonix Northern Alps Yes
Champagny en Vanoise Northern Alps Yes
Chamrousse Northern Alps Yes
Chastreix Sancy Central Massif No
Chatel Northern Alps Yes
Ornon Pass Northern Alps No
Marcieu pass Northern Alps No
Porte Pass Northern Alps Yes
Rousset pass Northern Alps No
Combloux Northern Alps Yes
Cord Northern Alps No
Corrençon en Vercors Northern Alps Yes
Courchevel Northern Alps Yes
Crest Voland Cohennoz Northern Alps Yes
Crévoux Southern Alps No
Doucy Northern Alps Yes
Bellefontaine Alpine Space Jura No
Pond of Lers Pyrenees No
Flaine Northern Alps Yes
Flumet – St Nicolas la Chapelle Northern Alps Yes
Font d’Urle Northern Alps No
Font-Romeu – Bolquère – Pyrenees 2000 Pyrenees Yes
Formiguères Pyrenees Yes
Gaschney 360 Vosges No
Gavarnie Gèdre Pyrenees No
Gérardmer Vosges No
Ghisoni Corsica No
Goulier Pyrenees No
Gourette Pyrenees Yes
Gréolières les Neiges Southern Alps No
Gresse en Vercors Northern Alps No
Guzet Pyrenees Yes
Hautacam Pyrenees No
Isola 2000 Southern Alps Yes
The Audibergue – La Moulière Southern Alps No
La Bresse Brabant Vosges No
La Bresse Hohneck Vosges Yes
La Bresse Lispach Vosges No
The Chapel of Abondance Northern Alps Yes
La Clusaz Northern Alps Yes
La Colmiane Southern Alps No
La Combe Saint Pierre Jura No
The Cross of Bauzon Central Massif No
La Giettaz Northern Alps Yes
La Grave la Meije Southern Alps No
The Guards Lodge Central Massif No
La Mongie Pyrenees Yes
La Norma Northern Alps Yes
La Pierre St Martin Pyrenees No
La Plagne Northern Alps Yes
La Planche des Belles Filles Vosges No
La Rosière 1850 Northern Alps Yes
La Sambuy Northern Alps No
La Schlucht Vosges No
The Source of the Doubs – Mouthe Jura No
La Tania Northern Alps Yes
La Toussuire Northern Alps Yes
Laguiole Central Massif No
Lans en Vercors Northern Alps No
Larche Southern Alps No
Laye en Champsaur Southern Alps No
The Ballon d’Alsace Vosges Yes
Le Bleymard – Mont Lozère Central Massif No
The Field of Fire Vosges No
The Chazelet Southern Alps No
The Chioula Pyrenees No
The Collet of Allevard Northern Alps No
Le Corbier Northern Alps Yes
The Desert of Entremont Northern Alps No
Le Grand Bornand Northern Alps Yes
Le Grand Puy Southern Alps No
Le Grand Valtin Vosges No
The Granier Northern Alps No
White Lake Vosges No
Le Lioran Central Massif Yes
The Markstein Vosges No
Le Mont Dore Massif Central Yes
Le Mourtis Pyrenees No
Le Reposoir Northern Alps No
Le Sappey en Chartreuse Northern Alps No
The Schnepfenried Vosges No
The Semnoz Northern Alps No
Les 2 Alpes Northern Alps Yes
The 7 Laux Northern Alps Yes
Les Agudes Pyrenees Yes
Les Angles Pyrenees Yes
Les Arcs Northern Alps Yes
Les Bottières Northern Alps Yes
The Brasses Northern Alps No
Les Carroz Northern Alps Yes
Les Contamines Montjoie Northern Alps Yes
The Coulmes Northern Alps No
The Equals Northern Alps No
Les Estables – Mezenc Central Massif No
Les Fourgs Jura Yes
Les Gets Northern Alps Yes
Les Habères Northern Alps No
Les Houches Northern Alps Yes
Les Karellis Northern Alps No
Les Menuires Northern Alps Yes
The Olmes Mountains Pyrenees Yes
Les Orres Southern Alps Yes
Les Plans d’Hotonnes – Plateau de Retord Jura No
Les Rousses Jura No
Les Saisies Northern Alps Yes
Luchon Superbagnères Pyrenees Yes
Lus la Jarjatte Northern Alps No
Luz Ardiden Pyrenees Yes
Manigod Northern Alps Yes
Méaudre Northern Alps No
Megeve Northern Alps Yes
Menthieres Jura No
Meribel Northern Alps Yes
Métabief Mont d’Or Jura No
Mijanès – Donezan Pyrenees No
Molines en Queyras Southern Alps No
Mount Saxonnex Northern Alps No
Montchavin – La Plagne Northern Alps Yes
Montclar les 2 valleys Southern Alps Yes
Montgenèvre Southern Alps Yes
Montmin – Col de la Forclaz Northern Alps No
Montriond Northern Alps Yes
Jura Mountains Jura No
Morillon Northern Alps No
Morzine Northern Alps Yes
Nistos Pyrenees No
Our Lady of Bellecombe Northern Alps Yes
Orcières Merlette Southern Alps Yes
Orelle Northern Alps Yes
Oz en oisans Northern Alps Yes
Passy Plaine Joux Northern Alps No
Peisey Vallandry Northern Alps Yes
Peyresourde Pyrenees Yes
Piau Engaly Pyrenees Yes
Carried Puymorens Pyrenees Yes
Pra-Loup Southern Alps Yes
Prabouré Central Massif No
Pralognan la Vanoise Northern Alps Yes
Praz de Lys Sommand Northern Alps Yes
Praz sur Arly Northern Alps Yes
Puy-Saint-Vincent Southern Alps Yes
Puyvalador Pyrenees No
Reallon Southern Alps No
Risoul Southern Alps Yes
Ristolas in Queyras Southern Alps No
Roc d’Enfer – St Jean d’Aulps Northern Alps No
Romme Northern Alps NOn
Roubion – Les Buisses Southern Alps No
Saint Colomban des Villards Northern Alps Yes
Saint François Longchamp Northern Alps Yes
Saint Gervais Mont-Blanc Northern Alps Yes
Saint Hilaire du Touvet Northern Alps No
Saint Jean d’Arves Northern Alps Yes
Saint Jean de Sixt Northern Alps Yes
Saint Lary Soulan Pyrenees Yes
Saint Léger les Mélèzes Southern Alps No
Saint Martin de Belleville Northern Alps Yes
Saint Maurice sur Moselle Vosges No
Saint Pierre de Chartreuse / Le Planolet Northern Alps No
Saint Sorlin d’Arves Northern Alps Yes
Saint Véran Southern Alps No
Sainte Anne la Condamine Southern Alps No
Sainte Foy Tarentaise Northern Alps Yes
Samoens Northern Alps Yes
Sauze Super Sauze Southern Alps Yes
Savoie Grand Revard Northern Alps No
Serre Chevalier Southern Alps Yes
Serre Eyraud Southern Alps No
Sixt Fer à Cheval Northern Alps No
Superdevoluy / La Joue du Loup Southern Alps Yes
Thollon les Memises Northern Alps Yes
Tignes Northern Alps Yes
Turini Silver Camp Southern Alps No
Val Cenis Northern Alps Yes
Val d’Allos Southern Alps Yes
Val d’Azun Pyrenees No
Val d’Isère Northern Alps Yes
Val Louron Pyrenees No
Val Pelens Southern Alps No
Val Thorens Northern Alps Yes
Valberg Southern Alps Yes
Valfréjus Northern Alps Yes
Valloire Northern Alps Yes
Vallouise-Pelvoux Southern Alps No
Valmeinier Northern Alps Yes
Valmorel Northern Alps Yes
Vars Southern Alps Yes
Vaujany Northern Alps Yes
Ventoux – Mont Serein Southern Alps No
Ventron Vosges No
Villard de Lans Northern Alps Yes
Villard Reculas Northern Alps Yes
Xonrupt – Le Poli Vosges No

What is a snowpark?

A snowpark is a reversed area in ski resorts, whose purpose is to allow the practice of freestyle (ie doing tricks), using the modules (the course) made in the snow.

What is the most beautiful snowpark in France?

According to, Meribel offers the most beautiful snowpark in France, for several reasons: its altitude of 2300m, which guarantees a good natural snow cover, its size of 1.2klm length, which makes it one of the longest courses in France, and finally, the number (and the diversity of its modules) that earns it the passage of many professionals throughout the winter season.

How much does it cost to access a snowpark?

Most ski resorts require the purchase of a classic lift pass. Others offer a special pass, giving only access to the snowpark, and which is generally cheaper than the lift pass. Finally, there is nothing to stop you from walking to the snowpark for free, but the number of runs will be limited.

What is the biggest snowpark in France?

Avoriaz offers the largest snowpark in France, called the Snowzone, especially because it offers two distinct courses: its stash, the « classic » course with more than 120 modules, and the Lindarets forest, which offers 100 additional wooden modules.

Are the snowparks accessible to beginners?

Yes, and No. First of all, you have to be able to control your trajectory and know how to brake before trying to join a snowpark. Then, you have to start with beginners modules, with mini jumps, on which you can practice jumping and landing.

Who has priority in a snowpark?

As on a ski slope, the snowboarder downstream (i.e. the lowest) always has priority over the one upstream. Each one must adapt his speed, his amplitude to the others, in order to avoid colliding on the modules.

Can skiers go to a snowpark?

Yes, skiers are allowed in the snow parks, and can use the modules. They must respect the safety rules and wear a helmet.

What are the safety rules in a snowpark?

First of all, you have to recognize the modules beforehand, and not overestimate your abilities. Secondly, you must wear a helmet. And thirdly, you must not stop on the course, nor ever go back up on foot. In case of a fall, you must quickly clear the track.
Finally, it is advisable to wear back protection.


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