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Your 3-day freeride camp in Saalbach-Hinterglemm

Experience the freeride paradise Saalbach-Hinterglemm. No matter if you are a freeride beginner or a pro. Here you will find the best spots. 

  • Beginner
  • Advanced

General info

You want to really let off steam off the slopes? Deep snow skiing without end? Pure freeride experience? Then you are exactly right with us. In our Freeride Camp we not only show beginners how best to powder, but also offer the right terrain for freeride cracks off-piste.

Whether Fieberbrunn, Maria Alm am Hochkönig or the Kitzsteinhorn - our guides show you in three days the best freeride spots around Saalbach-Hinterglemm and tell you as a beginner how to draw your lines best, help advanced skiers to develop their skills and guide experts to the best spots that otherwise only the "locals" know.

Travel period

Travel period

Dates in work




Minimum age


Number of participants

Number of participants

Maximum 7 participants per group

Skill levels

As a beginner, you have never really been off-piste. Here you will be guided from the very beginning.

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.

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 in Saalbach-Hinterglemm

Booking fee

Additional services (Exclusive)



Travel insurance


Travel period


Reisepreis ab € 399

& 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 Saalbach, we at RETTER Sports find what you need after hours of deep snow skiing.


At lunch and dinner together we will make sure that you glide through the powder with full power. If you still feel like a drink or some partying in the evening, then this 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

On the road in freeride paradise

Interesting spots/trails

Saalbach-Hinterglemm is a freerider's dream. Because the ski area is especially popular with freeriders for its great off-piste runs. Here, everyone gets their money's worth - whether beginner or expert. But it doesn't always have to be off-piste: For those who also want to take their boards out on the slopes, 18 km of black, 112 km of red and 140 km of blue slopes await.

Saalbach slope map
Saalbach-Hinterglemm piste map

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 detailed information from us at RETTER Sports. Gernot will be happy to advise you on this!



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


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.

This is what your adventure at the Freeride Camp could look like.

Day 1

Ascent by cable car, then skiing and exploring the freeride area. Lunch together in a ski hut, descent to accommodation, dinner together.

Day 2

We continue with deep snow skiing: Day 2 is all about freeriding in different terrain and terrain. We are divided into groups according to difficulty, so that everyone has their ideal off-piste experience.
Lunch together in a ski lodge, departure to accommodation, dinner together.

Day 3

Today on the plan: Freeriding in the Hochkönig ski region and exploring the most beautiful spots. After a joint lunch return of the equipment and subsequent journey home.

Tips & Info

Around the ski area we offer you as a freeride beginner the most beautiful slopes off-piste. The focus is on deepening and improving your deep snow skills and our local guides will help you find the best spots. FYI: If you want to ride your splitboard, it would be ideal if you already have some experience with your board. And if you can't get enough of powder - by the way, we also offer a Freeride Camp in St. Anton am Arlberg and on the Tauplitzalm. This is intended for advanced and experts.

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 € 399 p. Person