Freeriding, terrain parks and pistes
FreeridingFreeriders are not going to get too excited with what's on offer here, but there is some alright off-piste riding around the Mottet area. Although Valmorel is a tame resort, some challenging riding is possible on a couple of black trails, although a good rider would probably rate them as red runs.
Freestylers are going to be most disappointed. There is a so-called funpark, but it's toss. Any resort of any worth should have some natural freestyle terrain, yet this place doesn't even have a sniff of a jump.
The best thing to do is take a shovel and build your own kicker.
Snowboarders who don't manage to hold an edge here should give it up immediately and become a skier. Valmorel is a perfect resort for edging a board over at speed, or for general riding on intermediate trails.
For first timers it's a good resort, but anyone else will soon be bored.
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