Jump, slide, ride, slider, turn, fly, twirl... Much more than a discipline, freestyle skiing represents a real state of mind combining creativity, daring and technicality, all coated with a good dose of sensations strong and sharing. Equipped with 7 spaces entirely dedicated and reserved for the practice of freestyle bringing together Snowpark, Bordercross, Big Airbag and other fun areas, the Megève ski area is the undisputed meeting place for all riders who like to fill up on adrenaline, whether whether they are beginners, amateurs or experts.

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Wake up the freestyler in you!

The freestyle area of ​​the Megève ski area is the unmissable meeting place for freestylers and riders who like to fill up on thrills and adrenaline. Easily accessible by the ski lifts and completely free, the Megève freestyle area offers numerous equipment and modules of different levels to push your limits ever further.

Kick, rails, whoops (bumps), small tables, large boxes, Jib, wallride, Bordercross… Megève is undoubtedly the ideal place to practice freestyle skiing, whether you are a beginner, amateur or expert. While budding riders indulge in the Bordercross, experienced freestylers in the Jib area and professionals in the wallride course, others take advantage of a completely different posture, that of being curled up in a deckchair to admire the show.

In a festive and friendly atmosphere, lulled by trendy music, beginners try to familiarize themselves with the modules while professionals refine their style. And if the names used to express the figures are different, the desire is the same: to have fun on the spatulas and to be enthusiastic about these freestyle spaces which remind all skiers, whatever their age, more than ever. , that sliding is above all a real game that we share.

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Safety information: well informed to practice well

The practice of freestyle skiing involves risks and requires a few safety instructions to have a good day:

  • Learn about the course, the modules and the equipment put in place as well as the level of difficulty of each
  • Warm up properly before setting off on the course
  • Do not engage if a skier is already on a module or course
  • Borrow modules adapted to your level
  • Read the signs carefully at each start of the course
  • Do not test figures that are too difficult / unachievable
  • Be attentive to other users: before jumping, on the modules, when traveling on the course, by taking photos/videos
  • In the event of a fall, evacuate the route as quickly as possible and call the emergency services if necessary.
  • Wearing a helmet strongly recommended
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Test your knowledge and skills at DVA Parc!

On the slopes as well as off-piste, you obviously know that you have to be extremely careful, especially when it has just snowed. DVA, shovel and probe are essential, but do you really know how to use them? Thanks to the totally free DVA Park and free access located at the top of the Alpette, in the Rochebrune sector, train yourself to master the tools and techniques for searching for victims in avalanches. Whether it is to learn, to improve or for a reminder of good practices at the start of the season, the DVA Parc in Megève is ideal for training in complete safety. For all advice and additional information, contact the Megève ski area rescuers directly (Alpette first aid station) on 04 50 58 96 99.

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