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7 Reasons Why Snowboarding in Europe Rules

Give it up for Europe!

Jed Anderson knows that Europe kicks ass. Cab 9 in Arlberg. Photo: Cyril Mueller

Snowboarding in Europe is the shit and here are a few reasons why. 

Now don’t get me wrong here. Anyone who gets the opportunity to go snowboarding, regardless of where in the world it may be, has got it pretty good. From the countless hills that litter North America; to legit Alpine resorts at 3000m altitude plus; to the untamable Alaskan backcountry; snowboarding is fun wherever, and whenever you do it.

But being a European snowboard magazine based in Munich, just north of the Alps, I was thinking the other day just how rad snowboarding in Europe actually is. Over the years, I’ve been fortunate enough to snowboard in places across North America and as far flung as New Zealand/Australia, and while those locations have got some insane snowboarding to offer, it’s the terrain and mountains on my doorstep that more often than not, takes the cake for me.

With that in mind, here are 5 reasons why snowboarding in Europe rules:

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