A Winter Paralympics test event doubling as the Para-snowboard World Cup final is due to begin tomorrow in Pyeongchang.
Competition will take place in banked slalom and snowboard cross events at the Jeongseon Alpine Centre.
Overall World Cup title will be up for grabs in five separate categories across both disciplines.
Snowboard cross competition will take place tomorrow before banked slalom finals on Monday (March 13).
This will also mark the first day of an International Olympic Committee Coordination Commission inspection to the South Korean County.
The women's SB-LL1 event is expected to be among the most exciting divisions.
United States' Brenna Huckaby and France's Cecile Hernandez-Cervellon will go head-to-head across both events.
An all Dutch battle could be on the line in the SB-LL2 women's division as Lisa Buschoten locks horns with Bibian Mentel-Spee.
US star Mike Minor has already secured the overall snowboard-cross SB-UL title, while Manuel Pozzerle of Italy is still within reach in the banked slalom.
Chris Vos and Mark Mann will expect to have a Dutch-American dual in the SB-LL1 event.