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Freeride Camp in St. Anton am Arlberg

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

Ski Snowboard
Expert
Advanced

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General info

Skiing and snowboarding in the open terrain is always associated with natural hazards. Your freeride guides know the terrain and, adapted to the riding ability of the group, attach great importance to safe riding on the slopes.

It goes without saying that as freeriders we are dependent on the rapidly changing whims of alpine winter weather. Your guides have carefully prepared the upcoming weekend. They have studied weather maps, explored the snow situation on the individual ski routes, as well as the avalanche situation and other possible dangers. Nevertheless, it can happen that unforeseen weather caprices force us to revise our plans. In this case, our team on the spot will provide without hesitation a substitute program that will meet your expectations in a sporty weekend.

Travel period

27.01.2023 - 29.01.2023
03.02.2023 - 05.02.2023
10.02.2023 - 12.02.2023
17.02.2023 - 19.02.2023
03.03.2023 - 05.03.2023
10.03.2023 - 12.03.2023
17.03.2023 - 19.03.2023
24.03.2023 - 26.03.2023
31.03.2023 - 02.04.2023

Seasons

Winter

Minimum age

16

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 &
Prices

Freeride Camp in St. Anton am Arlberg - From the morning arrival in the emergency equipment to joint dinners, everything is organized, so you can confidently focus on the freeride fun. You get all this at the Freeride Camp in St. Anton am Arlberg.

Included services

3 days Freeride Camp at Arlberg

Additional services (exclusive)

Accommodation
Arrival
Travel insurance
Equipment

Prices

Travel price from € 399,00

Accommodation
& Catering

For these dates we do not offer accommodation directly, but you are welcome to ask us to offer you your desired accommodation.

Catering

Culinary and party-wise, you get your money's worth in St. Anton! Countless huts, bars and restaurants invite you. Since our local team goes out to eat with the group every day for lunch and in the evening, you don't really have to worry about the selection.

Equipment

A prerequisite for a great freeride experience is the appropriate equipment, since you are in high alpine terrain, your equipment should be up-to-date and well maintained. If your equipment is outdated or faulty, we can organize rental equipment for you. Please let us know before your departure which equipment you might 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

Destination
& Arrival

THE freeride El Dorado in Austria lures you with its numerous powder runs

Interesting spots/trails

St. Anton am Arlberg and the entire Arlberg are a freeride El Dorado and are 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 m. More than 300 km of marked downhill runs and around 200 km of free-range variants are accessible.

Arlberg piste map

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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

In addition to the equipment for freeriding, you should also take the following things for yourself:

ID card
Toilet bag
Any medication
Warm clothing
Street clothes for going out
sturdy shoes

Program

Serenity in the face of unpredictable program changes ...
Our team on site always tries to prepare the schedule in the best possible way, but in alpine terrain sometimes there can be program changes (due to force majeure or bad weather). In this case, we try to find the best possible alternatives. We ask you to remain calm and flexible in case of possible problems or program changes, so that you don't have to let them spoil the overall experience.

Freeriding - Day 1

Ascent by train, skiing in and exploring the freeride terrain in St. Anton am Arlberg, lunch together in a ski hut, descent to accommodation, dinner together.

Freeriding - Day 2

Ascent by train, freeriding on the Albona in Stuben, onward journey to Lech/Zürs, lunch together, departure to accommodation, dinner together.

Freeriding - Day 3

Ascent by train, freeriding in St. Anton, Stuben and Lech/Zürs, lunch together, return of equipment and journey home.

from 399,00€ p. person

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