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Arlberg 4-day guided freetouring ski

Arlberg 4-day guided freetouring ski
Arlberg 4-day guided freetouring ski
Arlberg 4-day guided freetouring ski
Arlberg 4-day guided freetouring ski

Enjoy 4 days of freetouring ski in Arlberg, one of the best ski area in Austria, together with Andreas, an IFMGA mountain guide.


4 Days

Jan - Mar


Join me for a 4-day ski trip practicing freetouring (a mix between ski touring and freeriding) in Arlberg.

Arlberg is a traditional ski resort of Austria formed by five small alpine villages. It combines almost 280 km of marked ski slopes with 180 km of deep-snow runs.

In fact, it was in this place (most precisely at St Anton) where the legend ski instructor Hannes Schneider developed his famous technique, known as ‘Arlberg technique’.

During this freetouring trip, we’ll ski in different areas like Sonnenkopf, St Anton, Warth and Rendl, looking for the best slopes. We’ll combine skis and lifts in order to avoid the crowds which are common in ski resorts.

Furthermore, if the weather conditions are good, we’ll visit different ice capped peaks like Zeissladspitze, Gamskarspitze, Kaltenberg and Kreuzjochspitze, among others.

It is important that you are able to ski safely in all snow conditions. You’ll also have to be in a good shape. We’ll be climbing between 2 or 3 hours each day, so you’ll need crampons for the ascent.

Are you planning a trip to Austria? Please contact me and let’s go for some exciting freetouring! I will be happy to show you my favorite spots around Arlberg.

Price includes

- Guiding fee


More info

This items are not included in the price:

  • Accommodation with HB about 50, - € pp
  • Transfers by train, bus, taxi, approx. 15, - € pp
  • DayLift pass for 4 days approx. 200, - € p

Level: -Safe skiing in all snow conditions, good condition (1000hm should not be a problem for you)

Meeting point

08:30 in St Anton at the valley station of the Galzigbahn

About the guide

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Mountain Guide

My name is Andreas Biberger. I grew up in Mittenwald, in the district of Garmisch-Partenkirchen. Already as a child I was drawn to the mountains and spent a lot of time as a child on skis. At some point I started with rock climbing and everything developed gradually. After school, I first learned the profession of coach builder for cars and I also liked it a lot.

Again and again I also joined climbing courses at the local mountain school. Then I started a training to become a state-certified mountain and ski guide. I have always been passionate about endurance sports so I also tried other sports, such as triathlon, and participated in probably the most famous competition, the Ironman in Hawaii. Mountain biking is another big passion of mine.

I am a certified-IFMGA mountain guide, and for more than 20 years I have accompanied guests through the Alps several times a year. But I still like to travel in my homeland in the mountains and guide my guests to lesser-known but beautiful peaks.





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What people are saying about BBS-Alpin



Zugspitze via Hollental route was stunning right from the beginning until the end. This was probably the most beautiful climb for me. I enjoyed Ferrara and every step of the climb. I asked Andi to start at 4:30 as I was worry about thunderstorm in the afternoon and he was happy to accommodate my request. Andi was very caring, knowledgeable and patient as I always want to take lots of picture throughout the trip. This is my 3rd trip via Explore-share and I like free hassle of no need to look for a guide on the internet so may use them again in the feature.

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