Ski safely and confidently in deep snow and alpine terrain
The Ziller Valley with its variety of off piste skiing in mid-winter and the Hintertux glacier with its snow guarantee are ideal areas for our deep-snow skiing courses. The goal of the course is to ski safely and confidently in deep snow and alpine terrain. Lifts are taking us back to the top so we can concentrate completely on powder skiing. This will give us more opportunities to do technique exercises, quickly getting you close to your goal of enjoying glorious deep-snow skiing.
€ 450 p.p.
from 12 years
min. 3 - max. 6 persons
- 24.11. - 26.11.2023
- 01.12. - 03.12.2023
- 15.12. - 17.12.2023
- 05.01. - 07.01.2024
- 26.01. - 28.01.2024
- 09.02. - 11.02.2024
- 01.03. - 03.03.2024
- and on request
You have mastered parallel turns on the black slope. Deep snow experience is not necessary.
You are sporty and have the physical condition for a full day of skiing of up to 5 hours.
- 3 days organization and guided tour by a state certified UIAGM mountain guide
- Rental ABS Airbag, avalanche transceiver device, probe, shovel
- Downhill technique & tactics
- Area selection according to current avalanche & snow conditions
- Parking lot
- Lift ticket
- 3-day Ski equipment
We meet at 08:30 am at our Alpine school, where the mountain guide is waiting to welcome you and to go through the program. Together you will check the equipment: set up, skis and boots. Followed by ski technique training on the slopes and off piste.
Downhill runs with main focus on deep snow skiing - adapted to skills and conditions. A video analysis will help us refine and improve our ski technique.
Variant downhill runs in easy and moderate deep snow conditions. Various exercises for skiing different types of snow. The course ends approx. at 16:30 pm.
How does a freeride day work?
We start at the Mountain Sports Alpine School at 08:30. Meeting up and distribution of avalanche equipment - ABS backpack, shovel, probe, avalanche transceiver. We will choose the skiing area according to the avalanche report and head off for the slopes. Your mountain guide will of course brief your safety equipment before the first descent. You ski until your feet get tired. You can take a lunch break in one of the many beautiful mountain huts. At the end of the day, you will hopefully have enjoyed many beautiful descents in untracked powder. To get the most out of the whole day, it is particularly important that you assess your skill level correctly. Freeriding Basic - Advanced - King Lines - if you are not sure what suits you - we will be happy to inform you by email or phone!
What should I bring?
If you have your own ABS backpack, avalanche transceiver equipment (is included), skis and poles, helmet. Please check prior to your tour whether your insurance includes off-piste mountain rescue. You will also receive a packing list with your booking.
Is the lift ticket included in the price?
No, you can get a valid lift pass before the meeting, or together with your mountain guide in the morning.
Is lunch included?
No, but we will have a lunch break at one of the many huts.
Do I get a discount if I bring my own equipment?
You are of course welcome to use your own equipment. Unfortunately, we cannot grant a discount as we generally provide the necessary safety equipment free of charge.
What kind of ski should I use for a freeride tour?
Freeride skis with big rockers in the tip and a flat tail are good for more control in deep powder. We recommend a width of at least 100mm below the binding. We will be happy to advise you and you can rent the right pair of skis together with your mountain guide in the morning in one of our partner shops.
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