Snow parks in South Tyrol
Modern setups, experienced shapers and a cool atmosphere are the perfect conditions for freestyling in South Tyrol’s snow parks. A broad range of obstacles such as kickers, boxes, tubes and rails also offer varied possibilities for experienced riders. Kids parks, fun parks and fun slopes guarantee a lot of fun for children and beginners.
South Tyrol is not only a winter holiday paradise due to guaranteed snow and countless sunny hours. In fact, the holiday region is convincing because of hearty hospitality, culinary delicacies and varied possibilities for winter sports lovers. For sure, the countless skiing areas will offer something appropriate for any taste. Freestylers will look forward to a vast selection of snow parks ranking among the best snow parks in the world.
The biggest snow park in South Tyrol is located on Seiser Alm. Here, the professional ski and snowboarding freestylers of the Italian national team can choose between 70 obstacles.
Since 20 years, the snow park in Obereggen is another hotspot. The halfpipe has already welcomed many sow acrobats, whereas the star ship and the night park are two new highlights.
Schöneben skiing area near Reschen mountain pass is another top address for freestylers, offering a repeatedly awarded snow park and fun slope. The highlight of the winter season is the Event “Battle ROJal” organised within QParks Tour.
The skiing area in Alta Badia offers a snow park at the top of Piz Sorega with 14 Boxes, 10 rails and 17 kickers. Biok fun slope with 23 elements and the kids slope Pralongià II are perfect for beginners and children.
The appropriate line for all levels is offered at Funtaklaus Snow Park. At Klausberg skiing area in Ahrntal, not only Funtaklaus park is perfectly prepared, but also the dino fun line, allowing beginners and kids to make their first tricks.