If You're Not Fallng Down You're Not Trying Hard Enough: Best Snowboarding Destinations
If it’s all about the big air, and your goal in life is to pull off something like a "double back flip backside 180," then a snowboarding vacation is just right for you. This sport just keeps getting more popular each year, and there are an increasing number of snowboarding locations that can offer you the chance to find the half pipe and jib of your dreams. Take a look at our exclusive picks for snowboarding trips and get ready to shred the gnar, dude.
Host of the 2010 Winter Olympics, this is a premier winter sports location. It’s perfect for all ability levels, with five terrain parks, backcountry access, a superpipe and a boardercross track. The city of Vancouver is also nearby, so you’ll find there’s plenty to do when you’re off the slopes.See vacation rentals near Whistler Blackcomb, BC
Located on the highest peak in the Laurentians, this area is often called “North America’s answer to the Alps.” There are four different faces of terrain, and jibbers will enjoy the two snow parks and a super pipe. Everyone will adore the charming, cobblestone village at the foot of the mountain.See vacation rentals near Tremblant, Quebec
Snowboarding is allowed on 100% of the mountain, so boarders say that Mammoth is 100% fun all the time. The area has an average snowfall of 400 inches, so you’ll find an abundance of natural hits, gullies, steep chutes, wide-open bowls, tree riding and wide-open cruisers in this top-rated snowboarding paradise.See vacation rentals near Mammoth, CA
Site of the 2002 Winter Olympics, this Utah winter sports town is often rated as a top snowboard location for the world. There are jibs and hits to suit every style, with both natural and man-made terrain. Park City is the perfect place to get some real air, try a switch rodeo or slide your way through the boxes.See vacation rentals near Park City, UT