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SKI ADVENTURE

Avoriaz Snowzone is a label developed by Avoriaz to cover everything associated with snowsports.
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AVORIAZ SNOWPARKS

LA CHAPELLE SNOWPARK 

Level: Beginners to advanced riders
La Chapelle snowpark's modules are often changed to keep the park fresh and interesting for it’s users. It consists of many modules aligned according to their level of difficulty:
- 1 line of red kickers (L)
- 1 line of blue kickers (M)
- 1 line of green kickers (S)
- 1 line of green kickers (XS)
- 1 line of rails
- 1 line of boxes

Dedicated lift
: Teleski de la Chapelle.

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SUPERPIPE

Level: Intermediate to advanced riders
The half-pipe, transformed into a Super-Pipe, meets the new demands of the  day, which means it will be 120 metres long (instead of 100 m as before) with walls 6 metres high instead of the previous 3 metres. Updating the dimensions to the latest standards means that competitions that form part of official championships can now be held here.

 





BOARDER-CROSS
Level: Beginners to intermediate riders
The Boarder-cross: boarder "blue" to warm up and a "red" to really challenge your skills. They are located next to the snowpark Arare.


ARARE SNOWPARK
Level: Intermediate to advanced riders 
The Arare snowpark was first formed in 1993, and has been a part of the history of Avoriaz ever since. It is a park for riders of a high level, with red (L) and black (XL) kickers and more engaging rails and boxes.You will also find the popular Big Air Bag to test your tricks in safety, as well as our banked slalom course. It is a mythical place holding events such as: the Butcher, the Nixon Jib Fest, the Fabulous tournament and the O’Neill Pro Freestyle.

 

LE LIL'STASH
Level: Beginner
The smallest riders are also entitled to their stash! The Lil'Stash is located on the edge of the Proclou slope. 


“THE BURTON KIDS PARKWAY”
Level: Beginners
“The Burton Kids Parkway” for beginners: A snowpark for kids with small obstacles, first slides and jumps. Location: in the Falaise area.