Freeriding = sheer freedom!
Back to the roots.
Freeriding can be extreme – but it does not have to be. It is much more about the search for a perfect trail. Only one person will be able to determine the level of difficulty of the descent: the skiier. Back to the roots – when skiing was ‘invented’, there were no pistes; only steep mountain slopes and gentle inclines.
Glittering powder snow, freshly fallen and fluffy – these dream conditions offer numerous variations on a descent in Obertauern. Characterised by steep slopes, rock formations and wide fields, the environment is perfect for your freeriding experience with the CSA Silvia Grillitsch Skiing School.
Then come and join us on a day of skiing off-piste! Professional support and our experienced mountain guides’ excellent knowledge of the terrain promise an adventure which you will not forget in a hurry. Let's ride!
We have our very own Pieps avalanche station right here in the centre of the resort for testing and practice.
The freeriding course is run by our best and most experienced ski and mountain guides. Safety is at the top of the list, so your freeriding experience will be unforgettable.
|1 day||à 3 hours||€ 95,00||Book now|
|1 day inkl. equipment*||à 3 hours||€ 135,00||Book now|
- Maximum number of participants: 7 persons
- All prices incl. taxes and fees
- Please note our cancellation conditions »
- No responsibility will be taken in the case of accidents
- *Inclusive of equipment: The best skis or snowboards, safety equipment
Off-piste, ONLY in the company of our ski and mountain guides. We cannot guarantee any of the routes listed below.
distance: 1,6 km
The south-facing freeriding terrain is in the vicinity of the Seekar-cable car. As a result of the many variants and numerous tours that may be selected between the piste descents, it is a diverse freeriding experience for all lovers of deep powder snow.
Watch out for avalanche reports! Only for very experienced freeriders!
Level of difficulty: medium
distance: 2,1 km
In the direction of the Kehrkopfbahn, you will have an easy freeriding tour with few ascents. Due to the breadth of the slopes, you will also still find a great deal of untracked terrain in peak season. Tip: Park your car at the lower Kehrkopfbahn station, because this is where you will arrive on completing your tour.
Watch out for avalanche reports! Basic knowledge is absolutely essential!
There are a wide range of tours; you can obtain more detailed information in the CSA Silvia Grillitsch Skiing School office! We will gladly help you plan your tour correctly for your day of skiing in Obertauern.
For the routes listed above, basic knowledge is absolutely essential! Please call in advance for the current avalanche report!
For a safe descent off-piste, safety is of prime importance. Seek information beforehand on weather and snow conditions, test your safety equipment and make sure the planned route corresponds to your skiing ability.
We recommend one of our certified ski and mountain guides for a safe freeriding experience. Just book your freeriding experience today with the CSA Silvia Grillitsch Skiing School.
On booking one of our freeriding courses with our certified and trained ski and mountain guides, you will learn the basic techniques and important information on weather and snow conditions, as well as on special equipment, in as short a time as possible.
Progress may be quickly seen with personal support and you will be able to enjoy your freeriding experience in powder snow to the full.