World’s Hardest Ski Run
World’s Hardest Ski Run

Depends on your definition of hardest but Le Pas de Chavanette, also known as the Mur Suisse or Swiss Wall, at in the Portes du Soleil ski area situated on the border between France and Switzerland is about as bumpy as you’re ever gonna find.

The trail is actually classified Orange in the Swiss/French difficulty rating system, meaning its too difficult to fit in the standard classification and above a double black diamond. If poking your way down a minefield of bumps the size of VW bugs is your idea of a good time, consider a trip to Portes du Soleil in your future:

Here’s a quick cruise down the Swiss Wall with Avoriaz Alpine Ski School:

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