When it comes to snowboard holidays it would be unfair to say that there is one single best destination, but due to the fact that there are many options available in just as many diverse destinations, all providing their own unique benefits and advantages in their own right.
Snowboard holidays continue to gain in popularity across a diverse demographic, and what one might have termed as an isolated activity has now become open to all. In so far as destinations and venues are concerned, traditional skiing areas have become aware of this growing community, and in turn aim to secure a portion of this valuable tourism commodity.
The North American offerings when it comes to catering to and hosting snowboarding enthusiasts, and from a most popular perspective is that of Whistler in Canada, the venue that hosted the Winter Olympics in 2010, Island Lake Lodge – also in Canada and Mammoth Mountain in California, United States. Naturally there are many, many more offerings when it comes to snowboard holidays within North
The European offerings available for the avid snowboarder and their friends provides no less than four options in France alone, one in Italy and one in Austria. Again there are obviously many more to choose from, however these stated here are considered to be the best available in the world when it comes to the snowboard holidays option. The French options include the likes of the Les Arcs, Chamonix, Portes du Soleil, and Val d’Isere. Italy provides the Livigno option, and Austria’s top snowboard holidays destination is said to be the Zillertal Valley. Within the suggested top ten destinations, as provided herein Japan makes an appearance with their Niseko resort option, said to be one of the snowiest resorts in the world, this coupled with the fact that the resort provides amenities such as two funparks, a railpark and a pipe provides for an excellent option when it comes to snowboard holidays in Japan itself.
The centrality and relatively close proximity of the Austrian and French snowboard holidays option has proven that Europe has a lot to offer within this specific tourism based pastime. Within the location of the mentioned destinations for snowboarding within France, and if one is flying into the region then all be accessed via the Geneva Airport, which is in fact the closest to all of the mentioned snowboard holidays options. The Zillertal Valley option is accessible via the Innsbruck airport, which is only 75km away from this Mayrhofen region.
Although the mentioned destinations have been provided on a most popular or sought after basis, this should not deter one from seeking out any available opportunity to discover some more options, wherever in the world it may take you. After all this is part of the enjoyment of discovering something new when travelling, regardless of where in the world your travels take you.