I'm a snowboarder.
In preparation for a skitour trip, I was on the lookout for splitboards. But it turns out that even renting them can be a bit of a hassle and/or is quite expensive. As availability for a splitboard is questionable, I'd like to take my regular board with me on a backpack and do the ascent with snow shoes.
Simply attaching the board to the back of the backpack does not look like the best option. I heard from people that this causes the board to swing around and to be a pain for the shoulders.
Some people seem to have the boards horizontal, which allows them to have them closer to their back (good), but if walking through a forest or narrow passage this can be a problem. I don't know if that would be possible with my standard hiking backpack.
What's the best way to attach a snowboard during a skitour?
The board should not move around, it should not be (too) painful and it should still allow me to move around.