Freestyle Festival

The hopefully everlasting LAAX OPEN will take place from 18-22 January 2023 again. The world-renowned freestyle event now also has freeskiing on board and nevermind, because these kids are awesome. One of the world's best freeskiers is especially pleased to finally be able to show off his skills at the prestigious international contest in his home resort of LAAX: World Champion Andri Ragettli will battle against others in the Slopestyle Worldcup.

About 250 women and men planning to take part in the LAAX OPEN 2023, first and foremost the 2022 Olympic champions, Snowboard Halfpipe Ayumu Hirano (JAP), Snowboard Big Air Anna Gasser (AUT), Freeski Slopestyle Mathilde Gremaud (SUI), Freeski Slopestyle Alex Hall (USA) and Freeski Big Air Birk Ruud (NOR).

The highlight of the LAAX OPEN 2023 will be the finals on Crap Sogn Gion mountain on the weekend of 21-22 January 2023. The best riders from the preliminary rounds will then compete for the coveted LAAX OPEN titles, trophies and 165.000 CHF prize money. Live acts, DJ parties and photo exhibitions are also part of the freestyle festival. Freestyle for everyone. For example, the 200-metre-long superpipe is permanently prepped in winter and is open to everyone, as are a variety of snow parks. No barriers between idol and fan riding the same chairlift up the mountain or tricking the same features of the P60 freestyle slope.
Tune in at LAAX OPEN 2023 at the 'World's Best Freestyle Resort' - an award given by the public.

More infos and schedules will follow up here and at as well as in the LAAX App.