St-Luc and Chandolin, Switzerland

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Located close to the Swiss-French border and Geneva airport, St-Luc and neighbouring Chandolin offer some great on and off-piste snowboarding in a quiet – and thanks to its south facing aspect -often sunny part of Switzerland.

Although by no means the biggest region for snowboarding in the Swiss Alps, St-Luc and Chandolin offer 43 pistes with a total length of around 75 kilometres. While the freestyle side of things is definitely pretty limited, the region offers a wealth of off-piste potential, and thanks to the lack of crowds you’ll be scoring freshies for days. The village is small and peaceful and a great place if you’re looking to get away from the bustle of the city and/or intoxicated apres skiers dancing on tables…

Absinthe Films have been known to shoot segments of their movies in the region and if that’s not enough of an accolade to check it out we don’t really know what is.

Fly to Geneva for access to St-Luc and Chandolin. Flights with Britsh Airways start from just £39 one-way.

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