Calories Burned While Snowboarding

How Many Calories Do You Burn While Snowboarding?

On average, a person burns between 310 – 548 calories per hour while snowboarding. The exact number of calories burned depends on the level of intensity of your snowboarding session as well as your weight and metabolism.

Here is a chart to help give you an estimate for how many calories your burn per hour.

Snowboarding Calories Burned Chart

Snowboarding Calories Burned Chart
LBS KGS Calories Burned Snowboarding 30 Minutes Calories Burned Snowboarding In One Hour
100 45 120 241
105 48 126 253
110 50 132 263
115 52 138 275
120 54 144 288
125 57 150 300
130 59 155 310
135 61 161 322
140 64 167 334
145 66 173 346
150 68 180 359
155 70 186 371
160 73 190 381
165 75 196 393
170 77 202 404
175 79 208 416
180 82 216 432
185 84 222 444
190 86 225 451
195 88 231 463
200 91 238 476
205 93 244 488
210 95 250 500
215 98 256 512
220 100 262 525
225 102 268 536
230 104 274 548
235 107 280 560
240 109 285 570
245 111 291 582
250 113 297 594
255 116 303 606
260 118 307 614
265 120 313 626
270 122 319 638
275 125 325 650
280 127 334 669
285 129 340 681
290 132 346 693
295 134 352 705
300 136 358 717
305 138 364 729
310 141 370 741
315 143 376 753
320 145 382 765

Can I Get a More Accurate Estimate of Calories Burned While Snowboard?

Yes. You can use a heart rate monitor while you snowboard. A heart rate monitor is one of the best ways to measure how many calories you burn in one hour of riding. When you measure your own heart rate, you can see how much effort it takes you to ride your favorite terrain in one hour. The effort you put in while riding, determines the calories you actually burn.

I recommend using the heart rate features on the Suunto9 Baro Sport Watch while you snowboard to get an accurate estimate of your heart rate. You can also use it to track your runs and the distance you’ve traveled.

Steve Weber is an avid snowboarder and skateboarder. He has been snowboarding for 26 years, skateboarding for 20, and is always looking for a new board sport to try out. When he is not riding or skating, he runs a marketing agency. Board of the world is Steve’s blog for skateboard and snowboard gear reviews. The blog’s goal is to help people find the right board for them and encourage people to have fun outside.