Snowboarding is a sport that is becoming increasingly popular, a hymn to freedom and love for nature. Which are some of the best tracks where to practice it?
Snowboarding is a relatively new sport, born in the US in the 60s, from the idea of an engineer who wanted to make a gift to his children who began using the rudimentary mono-ski as a real snow surf.
Since then, snowboarding led a successful road and this sport became an Olympic one in 1998.
So many styles, so many techniques, but for this sport is necessary to have safe equipment and technology. That’s why renting the best pieces is the best solution and we, Skib, offer you the best equipment, for the most affordable prices and the convenience of picking it up on the track!
Snowboard: the best tracks
Snowboard yes, but ... on which tracks?
In Italy, Madonna di Campiglio surely "ranks" among the best ones, also thanks to its snowboard schools, tracks for every levels and a huge park for freestyle!
We can’t leave without mentioning Bardonecchia. Theater of all the snowboard competitions in 2006 Winter Olympics, it is the ideal place to practice this sport at the highest level.
Among the best available ones in Europe, there is Livigno with Mottolino ski area and its 25 ski tracks for snowboarding, in a magnificent setting.
In Switzerland, you certainly can’t miss the Engadine and St. Moritz area, with its wide and sunny tracks. There is also Verbier, surrounded by a stunning landscape, with venues located over 3,000m. Many schools for beginners and thrilling descents for the experts, in the heart of the Alps.
In France, it’s worth of mentioning Les 2 Alpes, a legendary area for all winter sports which holds great and pleasant surprises even for the snowboarding fans.