Training and having fun on the Crans-Montana ski area

Crans-Montana has a rich past, notably with the hosting of the 1987 World Cups. Nowadays, Crans-Montana is still at the forefront thanks to its modern facilities and to world-class competitions on its tracks. The easily accessible Haut-Plateau resort has sophisticated and varied infrastructures, up to Olympic standards, which are capable of hosting high-level competitions. In Crans-Montana, winter sports enthusiasts of all levels and all ages will have the opportunity to benefit from installations adapted to their abilities and needs.

The Crans-Montana Snowpark is one of the best in Switzerland. From December to April, it welcomes winter sports enthusiasts of all levels. The park covers more than 100,000 m2 and is home to an Olympic half-pipe, one of ten permanent halfpipes in the world. Besides the Superpipe, The Snowpark has two slopestyle lines (red and black), one big air and a Swatch line accessible to all.
The Easy Snowpark section welcomes beginners skiers and snowboarders in the freestyle area with suitable infrastructures allowing them to train and progress. With mini-boxes, mini-jumps and a boardercross area, this park is designed to allow users to progress.  

The park benefits from an infrastructure that evolves throughout the season, and is adapted to everyone's needs: from the beginner who wants to learn the pleasure of freestyle to the seasoned professional, everyone will find what they are looking for. 
From the 24th to the 26th of January, the European Cup Slopestyle & Halfpipe Ski/Snowboard will be held in Crans-Montana. On February 1st and 2nd, the Skicross Tour will take place in the ski resort and last but not least, to end this season in beauty, the Crans-Montana Spring session will be held from the 11th to the 13th of April 2020.
West of the sector of Cry d’Er comes the Brizzly Slope, a fun slope for young and old. Along with Brizzly Bear and his sympathetic smile, each and everyone will discover adapted mogul sequences, banked turns, a box and a punching ball for maximum fun… Not forgetting that Brizzly Bear awaits you during the descent to clap you in the hand! 

Main Park, the only Super Pipe 22+’ in French-speaking Switzerland, as well as a Discovery Park, a space dedicated to freeskiing and snowboarding. This place has become a real meeting place for freestylers on the Swiss and international scale, as well as a recognized competition place. From 24 to 26 January, the European Cups for slopestyle and halfpipe will be held in Crans-Montana. From February 1 to 2, it will be the Skicross Tour which will take its marks in the Haut-Plateau resort and finally, to end the season in style, the Crans-Montana Spring Session will be held from April 11 to 13.

Crans-Montana also benefits from a competition skicross track, the Audi Skicross Park, which is hosting Audi Skicross Tour competitions for the first time on the 1st and 2nd of February 2020. It should also be noted that the Crans-Montana round will be OPEN, invitation for all those who wish to try this discipline on a quality track.  

The Brizzly Bear Slope, on the other hand, is a track specially designed for children. It presents sequences of adapted bumps, raised turns, a box and a punching ball for their greatest pleasure ... Not to mention that Brizzly Bear awaits them during their descent to clap them in the hand!

Last but not least, the Bouby Rombaldi track (Mont-Lachaux), also a competition track during the Women's World Cup events, completes this list of infrastructures. 
This slope had hosted in 1987 the legendary world cups of alpine skiing where Swiss athletes had shone and marked the history of Swiss alpine skiing. Following these world championships, the track was no longer used for competition purposes. It was not until 2014, after long and expensive work, that the World Cup events returned to the legendary track. The starting point for the races today is the same as during the 1987 championships. Since then, the Bouby Rombaldi slope has hosted Alpine Ski World Cup events each year, allowing skiers and spectators alike to relive special moments on a unique site in an idyllic setting.