Freeriding is snowboarding or skiing down untouched slopes covered in fresh powder snow – freeriding is simply the purest form of snowboarding and skiing. Over the last couple of years, off-piste adventures like freeriding have experienced a boom.
If groomed runs are no longer a challenge for you, you’ll be keen to discover the thrill of snowboarding on untouched slopes away from the piste. I will not only guide you save in the mountains, but also teach you about the equipment we use in the off-piste and how to stay safe in the backcountry.
Freeriding around the Arlberg is like a dream come true for anyone who is looking for powder snow. Because of the geographical location, the Arlberg receives snow from many heavenly directions. For this reason the Arlberg may call itself the snowiest region of Austria. The modern lift network is the biggest connected lift network of Austria which makes the Arlberg a real all-round area for Freeriding.
Way should you book a guide?
-To find the best powder snow
-To ride the best off piste for your personel level
-To stay safe of avalanches
-Learn about your line choice
-Learn more about snowsafety and strategic decision in the off piste
-Learn freeride technick skills
All freeride guests are required to wear the minimal safety equipment of an avalanche beacon plus a backpack including shovel and probe. I also recommend an avalanche airbag and helmet.
I have full sets of safety equipment to rent if required.
€360,- per day
Price is for one persons, €30,- extra for each additional person.
A guiding day contains 5 hours of freeriding or touring.
This price is meant for the ski areas:
Arlberg (St. Anton am Arlberg, Stuben, Zurs, Sonnenkopf, Lech and Warth) and
Montafon (Hochjoch, Silvretta, Golm, Brandnertal, Gargellen and Versettla Bielerhöhe).
In other ski areas the travel expenses for the guide as well as the guide’s lift-ticket are additional.