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St Anton am arlberg

mountaineering
Mount Blanc
Matterhorn
Eiger
Großglockner
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rock climbing
sport climbing in:
Italy - Arco & Sarca Valley
Austria
Germany - Frankenjura
other…

multi-pitch climbing:
italy – dolomites
Italy - Arco & Sarca Valley
Austria - Tirol, Salzburg

ice climbing
Austria - Tirol, Salzburg

Skiing
off-piste Austria
backcountry skiing:
Haute Route (France-Switzerland)
Austria:
Großglockner
Dachtein
Tirol

Searching for the best snow and want to escape crowded pistes? Then hire a qualified mountain guide and discover the Arlberg’s incredible hidden off-piste terrain.

The seemingly endless open slopes, forests and couloirs such as the vast Rendl back bowls, the unprecedented powder in the hidden Langen forest, the steepness of the Schindler shoots and topping the pile for the brave hearted is taking the plunge down the north face of the airy Valluga summit, boasting sheer precipices on all sides that will guarantee a truly unforgettable skiing experience.

St. Anton created special runs for the off piste enthusiast called Ski Routes or Itinerary runs which are indicated by a red diamond sign. These ski routes are controlled for avalanches and patrolled but not pisted; they receive heavy traffic when open and do not offer the escapism and adventure when exploring the hidden off piste with a guide.


Difficulty: BEGINNERS TO ADVANCED
All levels; beginner to off-piste experts, skiers, telemarkers and snowboarders.

 
   

The 6 well connected ski systems of the Arlberg makes a massive area of wide slopes available for lift-accessed off-piste skiing. Frequently powdery snow conditions and long off-piste runs from one valley to another give us a great playground for powder skiing and practice in off-piste terrain.
On the seemingly endless white slopes, many runs remains untracked several days after the last snowfall due to the quantity of options, and the fact that they are typically avalanche prone straight after a big dump.
Below the high mountain areas there are plenty of forests and couloirs to ski on low visibility days, which is why we can get unforgettable powder skiing on both clear and snowy days.

St Anton is also a favourite place to go due to the fantastic, traditional Austrian food we always get in the restaurants, bakeries and at the supermarket!

   
    6 days skiing programme
Improve your skiing while you are having fun!. The chosen off-piste will depend on the weather and snow conditions, the recommendations of the guides and the preferences of the group. Maximum ratio of 1:6.
   
    Dates & Duration
The season for off-piste in the Arlberg is from december to march. We only guide private groups, so dates are available on request.
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