In Andorra you will be spoiled for choice if you are a freestyle lover. In both ski areas Grandvalira and Vallnord there is something for all abilities whether you are just starting out or you are a freestyle expert.
In Grandvalira the El Tarter snowpark is over 1 km long and hosts events such as Grandvalira Total Fight and other local freestyle competitions. There are many structures in the park including an area for beginners, intermediates and experts.
The park is open from 9am until 9pm and also has freestyle camps and lessons where you can practice in safety and watch your video progress during the week with expert advice and tuition.
As well as the El Tarter park there are two other parks – Snowpark Xavi in Grau Roig and in Bordes D’Envalira area the Sunset Park Peretol which opens from 3pm until 9pm and you can ride along with some of the local riders practising all their latest tricks.
Vallnord also offers another snow park in Arinsal which is also divided into three sections. The beginner area is great for anyone new to the sport and also for children with some mini jumps and boxes.
The intermediate and expert areas have higher jumps, more rails and boxes and will test your skills alongside the locals.
For anyone wishing to progress in freestyle then Andorra also has its own indoor training area 360 extrem which has two areas: the freestyle area with its training floor, trampolines, foam pits, wooden ramps and snowflex ramps; and the skatepark area with its bowl, street section and quarter pipes.