RIDE Ski amadé
Freeride Ski amadé
The mountains are yours!
Freestyle and freeride are two kinds of sports, which could not be more different, but yet there is so much which brings both of these lifestyles together: The feeling of freedom, the power of nature, effortlessness, fresh air, outdoor fun and RIDE Ski amadé!! Freeriders can find numerous signposted backcountry lines in which to ski powder in all five of the Ski amadé regions. Beginners should make use of professional and local ski guides.
The regions of Ski amadé ensure that powder skiing can be done as safely as possible!
Freeride routes in the five Ski amadé regions
Freeride routes are often safe off-piste areas that have been created along the course of former ski lifts or former slopes. The Freeride Info Base in Sportgastein and at the Schlossalm goes one step further. The information and guidance system ensures safe backcountry fun and makes the freeride experience accessible for all different levels of ability.
At the transceiver station you can also rehearse under real conditions and prepare yourself for a freeride experience. At the two valley stations “Weltcuparena Zauchensee” and “Highport Flachauwinkl” you can test on your own equipment as to whether your avalanche transceiver is working properly!
Hiring Freeride Equipment
Risk minimisation plays an important role off the slopes. So, powder fans beware, at all designated INTERSPORT Rent locations in Ski amadé you can reserve and rent your avalanche transceiver safety equipment by phone or directly in the shop. Rental of an avalanche transceiver, probe, shovel and freeride backpack (WITHOUT ABS).
The best thing would be to book your local Freeride guide at one of the specialised ski schools for the highest possible safety in the backcountry of Ski amadé.
Safe Freeriding in Ski amadé
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 should also have experience of skiing in 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.
Guides & ski guides
Do you want to stand on the highest peaks in the middle of a breathtaking mountain panorama and feel the freedom? Do you want to breathe in the fresh winter air before making your tracks across the snow-covered slopes?
Discover your own personal FreeRIDE experience with our guides!