Good floating off piste skis with min. 85mm width below the binding. On big powder days min. 100mm below the binding are a „must-have“. You can rent some off piste skies in the Jennewein rental shop at the meeting place
5 hours guiding and coaching excluding lunch break
Why to ski with us
Many of our guests come back year after year. Why?
Because from the minute you send us an email, you will be in contact to an UIAGM off piste guide, not just a sales person.
Perfect guiding for your improvement
Personal attention to your specific needs
UIAGM International Mountain and off piste Guides.
Why All Off Piste?
We love what we do
We know the best places to ski
We will take you to the hidden spots.
We know all about avalanches
We have the highest qualification level in skiing and mountaineering – UIAGM
We have the best safety equipment for your clients
We believe in value
Your words speak louder than ours
Hear it from the people who really count.
Just wanted to say how much we enjoyed our off piste day with Hannes, excellent stuff.
We loved St Anton as well and will be back next year hopefully, so will reserve with you again nearer the time. I’ll also put a report on the Ski Club of GB website when I catch up with my work!
Regards, Pete and Fanny Rollinson
Typical day – Off piste St. Anton
Briefing about the off piste conditions in St. Anton.
Warm up skiing on easy off piste.
The off piste guide will support you to move your off piste skiing level to the next stage.
The off piste guide will explain the avalanche and weather situation to make the mountain hazards more visible for you. On this way you will learn how to avoid danger zones on the mountain with the certain avalanche risk level
To become a safe and confident off piste skier
To ski the best off piste runs and the best powder in the ski resorts St. Anton, Stuben and Zuers
To build up your knowledge in terms of avalanches and alpine environment
To learn how to handle your avalanche safety equipment
Improve your off piste skiing
Skiing powder much as possible but safety goes always first!!!