Book your freeride skiing and snowboarding experience here. Freeriding is skiing through untouched snow away from the ski slopes. These routes are not controlled and are therefore not safe from alpine dangers and avalanches. If you go with a guide, he or she will have checked the snow and avalanche conditions in advance. Freeride takes you back to the original skiing without pistes. This includes the feeling of freedom in absolute and quiet nature
In addition to a very good skiing technique, a good physical condition must be present. First deep snow experience and a completed avalanche course are an advantage
Do I need to carry avalanche safety equipment?
Yes, freeriders should definitely carry avalanche safety equipment for their own safety
avalanche transceiver LVS with beeper (transmit and search)
avalanche backpack with airbag system if necessary
How high is the avalanche danger in freeride?
There is an increased risk of triggering an avalanche when freeride skiing and snowboarding. Therefore, the snow and avalanche situation is checked daily in the affected mountain areas. This is done in close cooperation with the weather stations. However, this does not mean absolute safety.