Freeride Ski amadé
760 Kilometers of slopes | 25 Resorts | 5 Regions
From slope regulations to avalanche warnings
Ski amadé promises the greatest skiing enjoyment – in the truest sense of the word. But where there are many slope kilometres, there are also a lot of skiers and snowboarders and the more there are, the more important it is to look out for each other.
If you go from the safety of the slopes to off-piste routes and downhill runs, you should not only have a very good command of your skis or snowboard, but also have experience of skiing in the open terrain.
Acquire the necessary know-how, for example with the help of avalanche and snow profile courses, to be able to enjoy your powder skiing fun as safely as possible. The right equipment is also essential for freeriding. Avalanche transceivers, shovels and other special equipment ensure maximum safety on ski routes and in the powder.
All Safety First information on the subject of Freeride is currently being worked out and will be put online here soon.