ARCTIC CIRCLE ROADTRIP
Explore the Nordic regions of Finland, Norway and Sweden. Our group will spend 11 days traveling through this region and shredding at 4 different world-class resorts including Levi, Ylläs, Narvikfjellet/Riksgränsen and Björkliden. Guided by Finnish locals who have been riding here for years, you’ll ride some legendary areas including challenging off-piste, incredible backcountry, and perfect free-riding terrain!
We spend 8 nights in the freeride city of Innsbruck, the best place in the Tirol for the ‘powder chase’. There is no other city in Europe where you can stay in the city and explore incredible resorts with great freeriding, fun tree runs, and perfectly crafted snow parks in such close proximity. For a genuine experience, our local guide shows us the best of the Tyrol culture, with après-ski, night sledding, hot pools and Tyrolean beer.
Join us for an unforgettable Swiss snowboarding tour, as we venture to Central Switzerland, and Europe’s leading freestyle and freeride destination, LAAX. This world-class resort guarantees a week of snowboarding at its best including a fully guided backcountry day beyond the resort boundaries.
Spain & Andorra Pyrenees Tour
We start off in the Vallnord region of Andorra. Being located among rugged mountain ranges close to the Mediterranean, this area sees consistent snowfall throughout the season. We then head across the border into Spain to ride their largest resort; Baqueria. This vast terrain extends across four valleys, offering freeriding, off-piste, and side-country options. Along the way we’ll enjoy traditional cuisine, wine, and rub shoulders with the locals.
ARCTIC POW SURF TOUR
This is a Powder Surfing tour to Finnish and Swedish Lapland, above the Arctic Circle in the depths of winter. The focus of this tour is Powder Surfing, which at it’s core, is a return to the roots of snowboarding. On this tour, you’ll get to shape your own snowsurf board and ride your hand-crafted shape and your regular whip in the local hills and backcountry areas of Finland and Sweden.