It's no surprise that LAAX is the leading freestyle resort in the Alps. It has the longest continuous halfpipe in the world, an Olympic-size kicker pro-line and a total of over 90 obstacles, all spread across four snow parks. In LAAX, around Crap Sogn Gion, freestyle has a real tradition. Whether you're making your first attempts on the rail or performing spectacular runs in the halfpipe, one thing is certain – your freestyle heart will be racing.
Want to make your jumps even more spectacular? It's time to tame "The Beast". The legendary NoName snow park is home to the largest superpipe in Europe with a length of 200 metres, a width of 22 metres and a world record height of 6.9 metres. There is also a mini-pipe for those looking to make their first jumps, where you can also simply work up a little surf feeling.
If you ever need a break, you should definitely stop by Caffè NoName, the hub of the freeskiing and snowboarding scene. Here you'll find fresh panini, summit ice and much more every day.
On the sun terrace you can also put your tired feet up and watch the other riders doing their skiing and snowboarding tricks while listening to chilly music and enjoying the good atmosphere. You can also recharge your batteries for your next hours in the snow parks
Flims native Andri Ragettli has been a superstar in the freeski scene for many years. He stood on skis for the first time at the age of two in LAAX. By 17, he was challenging for a podium place at the X Games in slopestyle. The freeski sensation was the first person ever to pull off back-to-back triples in the final. And although Andri is now causing a stir among the international freeski elite, his favourite ski resort remains LAAX.