Best places to snowboard in Switzerland

We think these are the best 10 resorts in Switzerland for Snowboarding.

1.  Davos

Snowboard Guide rating 10 out of 10 “ The best overall resort in Switzerland offering something for everyone. Huge pisted area and excellent freeriding spread across 5 mountains, and not to mention the terrain park and 2 halpipes. Direct train services and good local services complete the package, but go mid-week to avoid the ...”

Freeriding

90%

Trees and excellent off-piste

Freestyle

80%

Good pipes and parks

Pistes

85%

Huge and varied run selection

2.  Verbier

Snowboard Guide rating 10 out of 10 “ Extremely good resort with some of the best extreme terrain in Switzerland and the world for that ...”

Freeriding

100%

Freeride paradise

Freestyle

60%

A solid terrain park

Pistes

90%

Pistes in all shapes and sizes

Beginners

50%

Some testing lifts but English tuition

3.  Flims

Snowboard Guide rating 9 out of 10 “ Excellent riding ...”

Freeriding

85%

Trees & some good off-piste

Freestyle

80%

2 terrain parks & 2 halfpipes

Pistes

80%

Great condition & variety

4.  Laax

Snowboard Guide rating 9 out of 10 “ Excellent snowsure resort with a good long season. The slopes are great for freestylers and freeriders alike, as well as suiting beginners. The resort can be slack at opening lifts and the off-piste gets tracked out within hours of a ...”

Freeriding

80%

Trees & some good off-piste

Freestyle

85%

2 terrain parks & huge halfpipe

Pistes

80%

Great condition & variety

5.  St Moritz

Snowboard Guide rating 9 out of 10 “ A bit posh in town but fantastic snowboarding. Best to avoid Corviglia and head to nearby Corvatsch or Diavolezza where the Freeriding is ...”

Freeriding

85%

Some incredible backcountry

Freestyle

60%

Basic park & no pipe but decent natural

Pistes

80%

Great pistes everywhere

6.  Leysin

Snowboard Guide rating 8 out of 10 “ First class ultra friendly snowboard resort with terrain to suit all levels and styles. Great freestyle terrain and ok for novices. Great local ...”

Freeriding

85%

Trees, Bowls, Cliffs the lot

Freestyle

76%

Parks & Halfpipe

Pistes

74%

Very quiet slopes

7.  Nendaz

Snowboard Guide rating 8 out of 10 “ Not as smart as Verbier, but you can ride the 4 Vallees for a lot ...”

Freeriding

90%

Big off piste

Freestyle

60%

Natural rules

Pistes

80%

Have it fast

Beginners

60%

Spralling area

8.  Zermatt

Snowboard Guide rating 8 out of 10 “ Zermatt is an extremely good resort with some excellent freering terrain set in an incredible location. Nightlife is decent but you need to bring yours and someone elses wallet with ...”

Freeriding

85%

Some trees and good off-piste

Freestyle

65%

All year terrain parks and good natural

Pistes

60%

Lots of cat tracks

9.  Anzere

Snowboard Guide rating 7 out of 10 “ Most chilled out resort it ...”

Freeriding

75%

Freestyle

65%

Pistes

75%

10.  Saas Fee

Snowboard Guide rating 7 out of 10 “ Sass-Fee is a great summer snowboard destination, but because of it's extremely high altitude it can be sketchy in winter. Local services are great with a really good vibe in the ...”

Freeriding

70%

Good but be vary of the cravasses

Freestyle

70%

A good park and pipe

Pistes

70%

Lot's of options