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“There is no better way to finish of the winter than some good fun spring shredding. Carve the corn snow, playful tricks and hits and the odd cold powder run to boot”


PRICE: £765.00

RATIO: 1 – 6

SPACES: 6


Spring riding is all about carving spring corn, shredding soft slush, hitting natural kickers, finding North facing powder, playing in the mountains and then chilling in the warm afternoon sun.

Spring riding is how Snowboarding should be after the long winter months, fun and easy, a wind down to the season, group shredding down runs you know so well from a season of riding lap after lap. You have your favourite runs are dialed, you know every hit, every bump, you know all the landings, the speed is on auto and your riding is on lock.

This Weekend shred fest offers you the chance to come out to Chamonix for a last winter blast, come out and ride one last long weekend and get to ride the mountain, running spring laps, like a local.

Maybe you’ve not managed to ride yet this winter, maybe you’ve done a seasons worth, this is your chance to get in one last mega shred before all is said and done and its time to start hitting the bike trails and watching the waves.

3 days simply playing on your board this spring in Chamonix…what could be better?

DAY 1
Freeriding

DAY 2
Freeriding

DAY 3
Freeriding

  • 3 days Freeriding with ISTD/ISIA Snowboard Teacher and UIAGM Mountain Guide Neil McNab (ratio 1:6).
  • Off Piste/Avalanche Mountain safety equipment as needed.
  • Avalanche search and rescue training as needed.
  • Transport to and from the mountain.
  • Accommodation
  • Lift pass
  • Flights (nearest airport is Geneva)
  • Airport transfers
  • Personal insurance
  • Personal snowboarding equipment

Please Note

The Weekend Spring Shred caters for experienced Intermediate and Advanced snowboarders.

A good fitness level and a minimum of 4 weeks riding experience is recommended.

Fitness level 3

Fitness level 3

For safety reasons ‘Riders unable to meet the required criteria for their chosen course may be unable to complete that course at the discretion of the course leader’.

For more information on course requirements please read our Choosing a Course & Course Prerequisites section.