For the ultimate adrenaline-packed winter holiday, travel from Geneva to Chamonix and discover the best snowparks in the area! Ideal for the budding trickster, these four freestyle parks are the perfect places to practice your gnarly tricks. |
Grands Montets is a newly refurbished snow sports area with two boardercrosses. Located at 2000m, it boasts a 400m long track which includes various rails, rollers, table-tops, kickers and banked turns. Sponsored by BMW, this brilliant course is fitted with a video system so you can record the daredevil within you and show off your skills to your friends via social media. If you’re up for the challenge, you can even step up your game and try the competition-standard 800m track. Le Tour
One of the largest Snowparks in Europe, Le Tour is the perfect place to try out bigger and bolder moves. Located at 2000m, the freestyle zone is 1000 meters long, running off the right of the Teleski du Col. Check out the relaxing ‘Cool Zone’ and admire professional tricksters while listening to some great music. Then, take to the boardercross yourself and try new grabs, spins, rides and flips on the various jumps, boxes and pipes lines. As you grow in confidence, move up from the blue pistes to the red and the black.
When you travel from Geneva to Chamonix, make sure you don’t give Les Houches Snowpark a miss! Located at the top of the Prarion Gondola, you can raise the bar with Bellevue’s kickers, rails, slaloms and bumps. Get your heart pumping and your blood flowing as you challenge yourself to an afternoon of thrilling activities with high sensations guaranteed! Le Brévent
Feeling nervous about tackling the snowparks? Don’t worry! Other budding tricksters have recommended exploring Brévent’s natural hits before tackling the real thing. Test out your skills on this naturally-formed Snowpark first. When you’re ready to challenge the boardercross, head down to the Parsa chairlift next to the Altitude 2000 drag lift, where there’s an impressive kicker with a Big AirBag to land on, as well as rails to glide down.
Natural Terrain The Chamonix area is the daredevil’s playground. If you journey from Geneva to Chamonix, you’ll discover its formidable natural terrain. Become a freestyling pro and learn new skills on its lips and hits which create terrific half-pipes and slides. Take on nature and prove just how good you are! How to Get There
Travelling from Geneva to Chamonix is quick and easy with Shuttle Direct’s transfers. EasyJet, Swiss or British Airways offer a direct 90-minute flight to Geneva from London airports (with flight between £60 and £90). One of our drivers will then take you from Geneva to Chamonix in an hour and fifteen minutes. We’ll even transport your skiing equipment for free.
About Shuttle Direct Shuttle Direct offers fast and convenient travel across Europe and North Africa at a fixed low price. This ski season, use our easy online system to book a hassle-free transfer. Our friendly drivers will safely get you from the airport to your winter adventures.
Lukas Johannes is a driver for Shuttle Direct, the number one provider of shared and private airport transfers all over Europe and northern Africa. If you’re looking for affordable ski transfers from Geneva to Chamonix, Lukas and his colleagues can make sure that you and your luggage get to and from the airport swiftly and safely.
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