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Val Thorens to host Boarderweek 06

Val Thorens to host Boarderweek 06 The fantastic resort of Val Thorens has announced some great news for you ski and snowboard lovers. Boarderweek, the music and freestyle festival attended annually by 10,000 snow sport lovers, is returning to Val Thorens this year.

Ski holidays in Val Thorens will no doubt be extremely popular around the time of the event, as thousands of skiers and snowboarders come together for the tenth instalment of the festival.

This year's event will run from December 16th to the 23rd, meaning there is a whole week of pre-Christmas action to check out and get involved with.

It really is a great way to add an incredible experience to a ski holiday in Val Thorens, with pro-am ski and snowboard competitions hitting the slopes. There will be Indy Grabs and Backside 180s a-plenty as amateurs test themselves against the pros at this brilliant event.

Anyone enjoying skiing holidays in Val Thorens during the week can get themselves involved, with an Easy Fun Park catering for the outright beginner.

Lessons are provided by a top name, teaching amateurs how to start in the world of freestyle.


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