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Freeride Camp in St. Anton am Arlberg

Freeride Camp in St. Anton am Arlberg for advanced to experts

  • Advanced
  • Expert

General info

Make your first tracks in deep snow on lonely slopes off-piste - that's how freeriding should be. Our guides know the most beautiful routes and will show them to you during our Freeride camp in the best freeride area in St. Anton am Arlberg - of course including lots of powder.

A lot of know-how is required for off-piste snowboarding or skiing. In three days our guides will tell you some tips and tricks and thus enable you a unique adventure and enjoyable powdering in the open terrain.

Travel period

Travel period

19.01.2024 - 21.01.2024

02.02.2024 - 04.02.2024

16.02.2024 - 18.02.2024

01.03.2024 - 03.03.2024

15.03.2024 - 17.03.2024




Minimum age


Number of participants

Number of participants

Maximum 7 participants per group

Skill levels

As an advanced skier you have already been in contact with powder snow, the "powder virus" has caught you and you want to expand your experience.

As an Expert, you'll draw lines in steep terrain with solid experience in snow and tour planning, and you'll want to explore new terrain as well as exciting descents.

Services &

So that you can fully concentrate on making tracks in deep snow, we take care of the rest. Whether the morning arrival, emergency equipment or lunch and dinner, we take care of the organization of your adventure.

Included services

Included services

3 days Freeride Camp at Arlberg

Booking fee

Additional services (Exclusive)



Travel insurance


Ski pass

Travel period


Reisepreis ab € 429

& Catering

If you want to really relax, we can also offer you your dream accommodation for your camp. Whether wellness hotel, rustic hut or the best location in St. Anton, we at RETTER Sports find what you desire.


At lunch and dinner together, we'll make sure you glide through the powder at full power. If you still feel like a drink or some partying in the evening, then St. Anton am Arlberg is the right place for you - countless huts, bars and restaurants leave nothing to be desired.


Prerequisite for a great powder experience is the right equipment, especially the right freeride skis or the ideal freeride snowboard (for our routes, however, only a splitboard is suitable). Since you are in high alpine terrain, your equipment should be up to date and well maintained. If your equipment is outdated or defective, we can organize rental equipment for you. Please just give us before your adventure Let me know what you need.

Touring skis with skins, touring poles, helmet, touring ski boots, goggles

Splitboard with skins, touring poles, helmet, touring boots, goggles

Avalanche transceiver, shovel, probe

Touring backpack (optimal with ABS function)

First aid kit

& Arrival

THE freeride Eldorado in Austria lures you with its numerous downhill runs

Interesting spots/trails

St. Anton am Arlberg and the entire Arlberg are a freeride El Dorado and world famous for it. The Arlberg ski area covers around 50 km² and extends over more than 1,500 meters in altitude to its highest point, the Valluga Summit at 2,811 meters. More than 300 km of marked runs and about 200 km of variants in the open terrain are accessible.

Arlberg piste map
Slope map St. Anton/Arlberg

Travel options

Arrival is on your own or by train. We recommend arriving one day in advance, as the freeride camp starts relatively early, depending on the weather conditions. You can get more information from us at RETTER Sports. Martin is looking forward to advising you.



Insider tips

The Arlberg ski area was rewarded by Skiinfo as the best ski resort in Austria and achieved first place in the following categories: "Best Freeride Area", "Best Snowpark" and "Best Service & Best Cable Cars".

Packing list

Besides the equipment, you should also take the following things for yourself:

ID card

Toilet bag

Any medication

Warm clothing

Street clothes for going out

sturdy shoes


As freeriders, we are of course always dependent on the rapidly changing whims of the alpine winter weather. Your guides at the camp prepare carefully, study weather maps and inquire about the snow situation and danger. However, unforeseen weather whims may force us to revise our plans. In this case, our on-site team will immediately put together a replacement program that will meet your expectations for a sporty weekend.

Your adventure on the Arlberg could look like this:

Freeriding - Day 1

Ascent with the cable car, driving in and exploring the terrain in St.Anton am Arlberg, lunch together, departure to the accommodation and dinner together.

Freeriding - Day 2

Mountain ride with the cable car, freeriding on the Albona in Stuben, continue to Lech/Zürs, lunch together, departure to accommodation and dinner together.

Freeriding - Day 3

Ascent with the cable car, once again explore the most beautiful slopes in St. Anton, Stuben and Lech/Zürs, lunch together, return of equipment and then return home.

Tips & Info

FYI: Our camp in St. Anton am Arlberg is not aimed at complete beginners, but will help you to deepen and develop your skills off-piste with the help of our guides. So you should already have experience with your freeride skis or with your splitboard. However, if you want to make your first deep snow tracks with your freeride skis, you can do so in our Freeride Camp in Saalbach, which is specially designed for beginners.

We recommend for this trip a Travel insurance with cancellation protectionso that you are on the safe side if something should happen before or during the trip.

Just click here to see all the travel insurance information. 

Preis ab € 429 p. Person