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Freeride Camp Arlberg

With state-certified ski guide

Are you up for four days of freeriding with like-minded people? Then you are at the Freeride Camp Arlberg right! In small groups with State-certified ski guides we explore the legendary Arlberg backcountry between St. Anton, Lech, Zürs and Stuben always in search of the best snow and the most casual descents.

Freeride Camp St. Anton - Lech - Zürs - Stuben

This unique region offers fabulous opportunities for freeriding and deep snow skiing. Our Freeride Camp on the Arlberg is the ideal opportunity to explore the extensive terrain. With the ski guide, you will discover the most beautiful corners of the off-piste terrain together in the group and find the best slopes for deep snow skiing on the Arlberg. With two groups, both freeride newbies and advanced riders get their money's worth. We also go on smaller ski tours in between to get to the good runs.

That's why you should be there:

  • Small groups with 4 to max. 6 persons
  • Qualified guides with Arlberg experience
  • Share your Guide: Meet other motivated riders and benefit from a Favourable group rate!

Note: Accommodation is not included in the price of the Freeride Camp and must be organised independently. Ideal is a location in Parlours and the surrounding area. However, other places on the Arlberg are also easy to reach by car.

Programme Freeride Camp Arlberg

Meeting point: On the first day at 09:00 at the valley station of the cable car (to be announced)

We start the Freeride Day with a few comfortable warm-up runs and divide the groups according to personal ability. It is possible to switch between the groups at any time!

The rest of the day we go skiing in open terrain, covering short ascents with skins or skis on the backpack (max. 90 min.)

At noon we stop for a break in a cosy hut.

Freeriding on the Arlberg

At noon we stop for a break in a cosy hut.

Departure on Sunday afternoon.

Programme subject to change due to snow, weather and avalanche conditions!


Safe skiing on black slopes. Endurance for 5-6 hours of deep snow skiing with breaks. Ascents up to a maximum of 90 minutes. For more demanding variants, off-piste experience is necessary. 



3 days, approx. 5-6 hrs. per day


on request
January - April


Arlberg - Lech - Zürs - St. Anton - Stuben - Klösterle




Minimum 4, maximum 6 per ski guide


400.00 per person

  • Backpack with ski attachment possibility (approx. 20-30 l), if available airbag backpack
  • Ski suitable for deep snow, at least 90-100 mm centre width
  • Binding with walking function and clamping skins - so we can also cover short climbs and reach the best descents.
  • Telescopic poles with large deep snow plates
  • Modern avalanche transceiver (avalanche transceiver, 3-antenna device) with new batteries*.
  • Avalanche probe and avalanche shovel (made of metal)*.
  • Helmet 
  • Clothing suitable for the mountains, 1 litre of liquid, snack / muesli bar

*Can be hired if required. Please book in advance!

Tariff per person


The camp takes place with a minimum of 4 participants. 

Included services

Not included

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