Fascination Freeride - from ski tours to deep powder snow pistes

Do you want to ski off-piste, make your way along untouched deep-snow areas, and weave through snow-covered forests? Then you've come to the right place! If you're looking for an ideal terrain for off-piste lovers and freeriders, then you're sure to get your money's worth with one of our offers!

Why Freeriding and Ski Touring?

Freeriding is considered the wildest and freest type of skiing. The feeling of freedom and closeness to nature can be increased even more with a ski tour. The trend of climbing a skiing mountain has been around for years. Scale the mountain by using your own strength and really earn the experience of skiing back down, all the while protecting the environment. More and more winter sports regions offer guided tours for beginners and have developed exciting freeride areas for experts.

Freeriding and Ski Touring: Where To Go?

Routes and runs for ski tours and freeriding can be found in many resorts around the world. Some resorts have even started specialising for off-piste riding and freeriding due to its increasing popularity. Places like Chamonix in France, for example, offer great freeriding opportunities. In Switzerland, you can find further great freeriding ski areas like in Arosa, Engelberg or Zermatt. It goes without saying that Austria also has diveerse, so-called "variable runs" available in places like the Arlberg, the Kitzsteinhorn, or in the Kitzbühel Alps. Whether it be Austria, France, Switzerland, or Italy - our offers will certainly have attractive accommodations perfect for your next freeriding ski holiday!

Freeriding and Ski Touring: What Should I Know?

Ski touring routes and and freeride runs are divided up amongst diverse levels of difficulty. Anyone going freeriding should be actively aware of this and never head out alone. When freeriding, you'll find yourself to the side of a controlled piste - that contains a certain risk. From a certain level of difficulty, professional mountain guides and/or specially trained explorers of the area are required. As long as you keep this in mind and have the right equipment and fitness status, you can really dive into your freeride adventure!