Freeride Guide Arlberg & Kitzbühel

Freeride Guide Arlberg & Kitzbühel

Freeriding is more than just skiing, it’s a lifestyle! Draw the first tracks in the snow with your local freeride guide away from the crowded ski slopes of Kitzbühel and at the Arlberg and dive into the “white rush” is pure life. Your freeride guide will lead you to spectacular descents and the insider tips of Kitzbühel and at the Arlberg.

Your freeride guide is at your disposal for all your questions!


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Tour planning

Freeride Guide Kitzbühel
  • Your freeride guide will plan your descents with the maximum support of cable cars depending on the season, the slope exposure and the avalanche danger to guarantee the best possible snow conditions for you
  • Get insights into the tour planning, the snow and avalanche risks, the downhill techniques and the avalanche rescue
  • You bring your equipment (wider skis, avalanche transceiver, shovel, probe, backpack and optional touring skins)
  • and a solid basic technique for skiing on red slopes

Locations

Arlberg Ski Resort

Arlberg

The Arlberg as the cradle of alpine skiing with its villages St. Anton, Lech and Zürs is considered the snowiest place in Austria and is world famous it’s powderruns.

KitzSki Skiresort

Kitzbühel

Kitzbühel as one of the most famous ski resorts in Austria is awarded 7 times as the world’s best ski resort offers amazing powderruns for Freeriders.

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FAQs

What equipment do I need for freeriding?

Wide skis (optional touring bindings and skins), telescopic poles (large plates), ski helmet, avalanche transceiver, shovel, probe, backpack.

What is the right ski for freeriding?

In the best case, use a powder ski with a center width between 90mm and 105mm and a touring binding. The skins in the backpack take up little space and are also very light.

What does a Freeride Guiding with Freeskiguide.com look like?

We meet at an agreed location and check the equipment for functionality. Tour planning is done in advance by your guide. The cable cars are mainly used for the ascent, however, depending on the snow and weather conditions, ascents of up to 30 minutes may be necessary, as well as short cab rides back to the ski area. The duration of the freeride day is up to your personal preferences.

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