Off piste and freeride map St. Anton Am Arlberg
Including St. Anton, Stuben, Rendl, St. Christoph, Zürs
St Anton off piste runs
Yes you can ski from St. Anton to Lech :-)
St. Anton is well known as one of the top 5 places to ski off piste in the world.
St. Anton: Amazing off piste on big powder days. On the first sunny day after the snow storm is Rendl and Schindlergrat the place to be. Rendl has the best off piste to offer if you are keen to walk with skins. You can ski huge round trips even over to Ischgl. The off piste from Valluga to Zuers (Lech) is one of the most famous off piste runs in the world
Stuben: Off piste beginner to expert level. The off piste is very easy accessible. You can do very easy the first steps from the piste to the powder. The off piste for experts is almost endless. Stuben is very good to do the first touring with the skins.
Zuers: The best way to go to Zuers is over the Valluga. For this run you need a off piste guide. In Zuers are lots of big lines like down to Stuben or over to Lech.
Off piste Stuben
Stuben in the Arlberg area is a pearl for off piste skiing. The chair lift‘s bring’s you to the sea level of 2345 Meter. Now you can decide between ski touring up to the summits:
- Langen forrest (trees)
- and many others
our you ski the lovely slopes down in to the Verwalltal (Michlboeden) and to Langen trough the Langen forrest.
Next to the piste is plenty of space and awesome terrain to practice your off piste technique.
Off piste Zuers
Zürs offer‘s some of the most difficult and spectacular Routes in the hole Arlberg area.
- The „Höll“ (Hell)
- „Zuger Täli“ (Private)
- and the Nadelrinne
are well known in the freeride skiing elite. But just next to the piste t is wonderful off piste for everybody. The area‘s Zuers, Zug and Lech are connected with the „Weisse Ring“ ( White circle) and is a very nice thing to do for everybody in the Arlberg area.
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