Déborah Anthonioz’ Boardercross
On the Chavannes slopes, it is now possible to follow Déborah’s steps, our very own Vancouver Olympics champion.
A Boardercross has been built on the Les Gets slopes so that everyone can become familiar with this new and growing sport. Moreover, this is one of the very few permanent Boardercrosses that can greet international races and competitions.
To get to the Déborah Anthonioz’ Boardercross, take the télécabine des Chavannes and follow the Gentiane slope.
Level recommended : minimum 2 stars
The making of this Boardercross was done by the SnowConcept Company, which is the leading European company when it comes to projects similar to this one.
It was designed by David Ny, the official designer for the winter Olympics in Vancouver.
Length : 523 meters
Width : 10 meters wide
Difference in altitude : 124 meters
Curves : 6 banks (between 3 and 6 meters high
Radius : 48° – 79°
Slope : 30° – 45°
Equipements : 17 whoops, 2 step downs, 1 step up, two 8 meters tables, one 10 or 12 meters table, 1 transfer jump and 1 step down to step up.