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Corvatsch Park – Freestyle Heaven

One of the largest snow parks in the Alps

Once, the people who travelled to Corvatsch were mostly international film crews looking to get some amazing shots of freeriding in the backcountry. These days, the mountain of the great raven (“Corvatsch” is Romansh for “raven”) is also known as a place at the pinnacle of freestyle culture. In the last 10 years, Corvatsch Park has become one of the largest snow parks in the Alps and a venue for national and international competitions. 

Open facilities

The park

For amateur shredders, beginners and pros, Corvatsch Park is an enormous playground and a serious training facility all in one. The set-up includes various kickers and rail lines in a range of difficulty levels, which allows the park to live up to its claim of being a "freestyle heaven".

Features

12 kickers
5 pro kickers (table from 12 m)
3 advanced kickers (table 5–11 m)
4 beginner kickers (table up to 4 m)

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For amateur shredders, beginners and pros, Corvatsch Park is an enormous playground and a serious training facility all in one. 

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Progression Days

Ticketing

The restaurants

Corvatsch

The freestyle school

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FIS Freeski & Snowboard World Cup Corvatsch

23 – 26 March, 2023

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Swiss Freestyle Championships Corvatsch

12th – 17th April 2023

FIS Freeski & Snowboard World Cup Corvatsch
Corvatsch

23 - 26/03/2023

FIS Freeski & Snowboard World Cup Corvatsch

Swiss Freestyle Championships Corvatsch
Corvatsch

12 - 17/04/2023

Swiss Freestyle Championships Corvatsch

Corvatsch Park ambassador Nicolas Huber

Nicolas is everything you’d expect a snowboarder to be. He is amazing on the snowboard, he has an awesome style and he doesn’t take himself too seriously.

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