Premium Switzerland Awards 2013: Best Freeride Facilities

Our Best Freeride Facilities award celebrates the resorts that our customers decided went above and beyond to help freeriders of all kinds to make the most of untouched terrain.
Its easy to understand the appeal of untouched pistes and the sheer joy of the unknown snowfield. Some resorts make it easier than others to experience the thrill of freeriding, and our customers were quick to highlight those that put the most effort into making the challenge a reality. 

Best Freeride Facilities

Andermatt

Our customers hailed Andermatt as a free-rider’s paradise, thanks to the Gemsstock area and its pristine slopes, glaciers and off-piste terrain, as well as natural jumps and drops galore. The G-Park at the Gurschenalp was also a big draw, with its exciting variety of jumps, rails and boxes.

Andermatt

Verbier

Verbier offers an immense outdoor playground and our customers were quick to praise the classic free-ride runs like the Mont-Gelé as well as the La Chaux snowpark for freestylers, which offers opportunities galore for experts and beginners alike to test their skill and imagination.

Verbier 

Davos/Klosters

The Jakobshorn is a renowned destination for snowboarders and freeriders, thanks to the enormous JatzPark. Our customers told us that they thoroughly enjoyed this extensive playground, where a superb range of rails, kickers and boxes are waiting to help you push the boundaries of your boarding game.

Davos 

Zermatt

Our free-riding customers thoroughly enjoyed the unprepared powder snow slopes of Zermatt, which offer a safe yet robust challenge to expert skiers and snowboarders, thanks to the resort‘s advanced avalanche precautions. Natural gullies and steep slopes require nerves of steel, while the Stockhorn area offers some 1,200 metres of altitude just for freeriders, a fact that meant our customers held Zermatt in high esteem as a free-riding destination. 

Zermatt

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