Grand Mountain Adventure 9+

Open-World Ski & Snowboard

Toppluva AB

Designed for iPad

    • Free
    • Offers In-App Purchases



Explore entire mountains in this open-world skiing & snowboarding adventure! Land the biggest cliff drops in the backcountry, freeride down a steep chute, clip the gates in a slalom track, stomp a perfect park run, or just explore the vast ski resorts - the choice is yours!

This is a demo version with the first mountain available for free. Purchase the full game to unlock all 7 mountains and get the twin-tip skis and board.

- 7 huge open-world mountains to explore
- 100+ different challenges to master
- 10+ different types of challenges (including Super G, Slopestyle, Freeride, Big Air and more)
- Cross-device multiplayer over Wifi
- Game Controller/Joypad support
- Online leaderboards to compete in
- Vivid ski resorts with busy slopes, avalanches, wildlife, and sunsets
- Absolute freedom to ski wherever you want, and ride any lift you like without loading screens or interruptions
- Advanced trick system with flips, spins, corks, rails, combos and more
- 20+ hours of gameplay to complete all mountains
- Zen mode

Winter 2021 Expansion:
The expansion includes three new mountains and can be purchased from within the game. Introducing:
- Pinecone Peaks, USA - A massive resort that combines long pistes, large backcountry areas and a wide range of snow parks, with rails and kickers for all skill levels.
- Ben Ailig, Scotland - Slushy spring skiing in the middle of farms, grazing land, gorges, and impressive rock formations.
- Mount Fairview, Canada - A picturesque resort amid dense forests and slow rivers with flawlessly groomed slopes and thrilling Super G tracks.

Gather your friends, connect to the same Wifi and explore the mountains together. Compete in races or try out the new battle mode where you throw snowballs and plant rails to send your friends off the course. Up to 16 players can play together at once.

The adventure starts at the bottom of Hirschalm, a sleepy ski resort in the midst of the alps. Strap on your skis or board and head down to the lift while picking up the basics like turning and jumping.

Take the lift up to Almhütte and try your first slalom challenge. Completing challenges earns you Ski Passes which are used to unlock ski lifts which takes you to new parts of the mountain.

As you advance up the mountain you have to tackle a variety of challenges like slalom, slopestyle, ski cross, and big air. Now perfect carving turns will not be enough but you also have to start practicing tricks, rails, and drops to complete the challenges.

And don’t forget to get off the slopes and head into the backcountry areas. Apart from deep powder and clean lines, you will discover hidden challenges and secret Ski Passes. But be careful - outside the groomed runs there are bears, wolves, avalanches, falling trees, and other hazards waiting for you!

What’s New

Version 1.218

Local multiplayer fix which makes it work on more networks.

Ratings and Reviews

4.5 out of 5
6.7K Ratings

6.7K Ratings

Editors’ Choice

Grand Mountain Adventure’s many mountains are packed with everything from long-jump challenges to twisty downhill runs peppered with bears and wolves. Whether enjoying a stress-free glide across the snow or double-backflipping off Finland’s peaks, we love how this game is as relaxing or challenging as we want it to be. With practice, the superb controls ensure that even the greenest novice can eventually feel like a pro.

I rated it 5 stars! ,

First Impression & Feedback

Didn't play a lot just released for maybe 30min. So take my review with a grain of salt. It might not be correct, maybe I missed it, or it will get improve later.
Start off with things I love. Sound effects are pretty satisfying. Music is good. Really like the simplistic art style, and the open world exploration. I like how I need to collect ski passes to unlock more areas. It's a very unique skiing game from any I played before. I really like the trails I leave behind when I ski. The rewind setting is a nice touch for when I failed a jump or hit a wall. Control is simple, physics is good.
Now the part I feel like can improve on. Personally I feel like the camera angle makes the skiing experience less enjoyable because it's backward. I wish it's the other way, or have a setting to do so. Bird eye view kind of remove the satisfaction of landing a jump because I don't have the sense of height. In addition, I feel like there's not enough tricks for us to do. It would be nice to be able to ski backward or do flips. (Also iPhone selfie camera blocks some of the words in settings)
Overall it's a solid game I would invest time in. But I think it can be improved on. That's some of my feedback after some gameplay hope it will help.

John the Savage ,

Fun and Frustrating

This is a beautiful game and can be very fun. Unfortunately camera issues pervade and, often, ruin the experience. The camera rarely allows you to see ahead. I understand that the developers want to control the aesthetic, pace, and performance of the game but the camera can be downright game breaking at times. There are just too many times when you cannot see where you are going.

It is common for the camera angle to rotate suddenly and hide either your skier or the path in front of you so you literally are skiing blindly. This issue arises most often in the steep, difficult and fast areas where you need to see the most. As a result, the game’s difficulty is not so much skill as it is luck and having to memorize the entire mountain’s terrain because a small little bump or ledge here (that you probably cannot see because of the poor camera angles) will give you just enough air that you miss your gate or soar off a cliff. Even then, memorizing the turns and sequences isn’t enough because when you can’t see your skier, you lose your line easily.

I still enjoy this game but I find myself having no desire to try to collect ski passes beyond what is necessary to open the next area. I do not want to try a challenge 100 times in hopes of getting lucky. Because that is what many of the challenges amount to: pure blind (literally) luck.

Developer Response ,

Hi, you can zoom out by pressing the player. Hope this helps /Viktor

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