Splitboard Day Trip
... hike your run
With our Splitboard Camp, we are looking to appeal to all of those snowboarders who would be more than happy to tackle a 2-hour climb in order to find a perfect powder line. Join a small group of other boarders who share your passion, and take advantage of this opportunity to experience snowboarding in a whole new way. Away from the usual freeride spots, you'll discover all kinds of cool lines that are just waiting for you to ride. But first we'll show you how your splitboard actually works, which will allow you to truly get the most out of it when you are on the mountain. The mountain guide is a snowboarder who will also serve as your risk manager, accompanying you on your tour of the Zillertal Alps. With many years of experience under their belts, our mountain guides have explored many of the best runs in the Zillertal Alps. Steep chutes, downhills dropping as much as 2,000 vertical meters, rappels to reach virgin lines - these are just some of the highlights of our snowboard camp.
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Ascents with the splitboard taking up to 2 hours, risk management by a mountain guide | Technique training by a certified snowboard instructor
For the perfect freeride fun a solid basic technique is required
Alpine school Mountain Sports
No. of Participants
1 min. - max. 6
Loaner Ortovox ABS Airbag backpack € 20,- p.P.
up to 3 people € 125,- per person
2 people € 180,- per person
1 person € 350,-
- Risk management from a mountain guide
- Guiding by a state-certified mountain & ski guide and certified snowboard instructor
- Avalanche transponder, backpack probe & shovel to borrow
- Selection of the best terrain based on current avalanche and snow conditions
- Downhill technique & tactics
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You should register as early as possible to reserve your desired date. After we have received your registration, you will get a written confirmation. We then ask you to make a deposit. The remaining balance will be due on-site at the beginning of the tour.