When it finally snows on the mountain, the first park ride is not far away! But where should it go? Austria convinces with a large number of ski areas with snow parks. These 7 are probably the best snow parks in Austria. In the large NAKED Optics Snowpark Guide you will find out which park is best suited for you and your personal level.
Absolut Park – Austria's largest snow park
Flachauwinkel, Salzburg – this is the location for the largest and one of the best snow parks in Austria: the Absolut Park! The park is not only known in Austria, but even worldwide. No wonder, because with a length of over 1500 meters and almost 100 obstacles, everyone really gets their money's worth. It doesn't matter whether you're new to the snow park or a pro in the field of jumps and tricks, the Absolut Park in Flachau Winkel offers the perfect line for every level. The park is divided into 6 different sections. As the largest snow park in Austria, the Absolut Park offers a kicker line, a rail and halfpipe line, a rail yard, a jib park section and a cross run. There is also an additional beginner line so that every snowboarder and skier really feels comfortable in the Absolut Park. You should definitely check out this snow park in the next winter season.
Royal Lines in Kings Park
A real paradise for park-loving skiers and snowboarders is the Kings Park in the Hochkönig ski area. With a length of 1800 meters, the Kings Park is the longest snow park in Austria. With 65 different obstacles divided into 3 areas, there is something for every rider level. In addition to rails, boxes and jibs, there are of course kickers up to 10 meters high.
ARE 47- this snow park is out of this world
If you want to establish yourself in the snow park game, you shouldn't miss out on a trip to the Area 47 snow park in Sölden. Freestylers and park riders from all over the world come to this snow park to enjoy legendary obstacles. Wall rides, boxes, rails and kickers are available in different designs and levels of difficulty. The Area 47 Park deserves a place in the list of the best snow parks in Austria.
XXL Snowpark Steinplatte
1500 meters long, over 50 different obstacles, a diverse mix of hips, tubes, boxes and kickers: that is the Steinplatte Snowpark, Waidring. Anyone who pays a visit to this park can look forward to 4 different areas with different levels. In addition to a medium and a pro line, even beginners in park riding can look forward to a wide range of options on the easy line and the fun line.
Action highlight on the Kreuzwiese
If you are looking for a lot of action and adrenaline kicks, you are in good hands in the Kreuzwiese Action Park in the Zell am Ziller ski area. Varied and spectacular obstacles can not only be found on the pro line, but can also let off steam at the bag jump. New tricks can be optimally tested by jumping into the huge air cushion before the big kickers. This makes the Action Park one of the best snow parks in Austria.
Great variety in the Snowpark Montafon
Anyone looking for the best snow parks in Austria should pay a visit to the Montafon Park. The special thing about the Vorarlberg Snowpark is the great shaper crew. This not only tries to improve the condition of the numerous obstacles on a daily basis, but also rebuilds them several times a season. So if you are looking for variety and still want to stay true to your favorite ski area, you have made the perfect choice with the Snowpark Montafon.
The crowning glory on the Turracherhöhe
This snow park in Austria makes the heart of all freeriders beat faster. 50 diverse obstacles are distributed over 1500 meters. Riders in the advanced area can look forward to a jib corner, a variety of kickers and different rail elements. In the Beginner Area , beginners can collect their first attempts at the park and advanced learn new tricks. The Snowpark Turracherhöhe is also an absolute must for anyone looking for the best snowparks in Austria.
💡 NAKED Optics insider tip 💡
Austria offers a wide variety of snow parks. If you are interested in further possibilities and spots, you will find more information about the Austrian snow parks here.
Credits: Florian Dorn