Gernot, an IFMGA certified guide, wants to take you for a day of free ride skiing in the connected Austrian ski area of Schlossalm-Angertal-Stubnerkogel.
Schlossalm-Angertal-Stubnerkogel is an enormous connected ski area in the Austrian Alps. And because of its size, this linked up collection of ski areas presents an enormous variety of different off-piste runs that you can enjoy. The difference in altitude in the area ranges from 860 metres to 2,300 metres. As a result, you can enjoy some long, exciting runs. There is also an assortment of modern ski lifts. All of which can take you up to the start of any of the area’s incredible runs.
The runs in Schlossalm-Angertal-Stubnerkogel can accommodate people of all skiing levels. So if are a beginner, or an expert, there is something for you.
For beginners, there is the Gasti snowpark, which is located in the Angertal valley. This area gives participants the space to practice the basics, while also having lots of fun. For people with a higher skiing ability, there is the Hohe Scharte. This run is over 10 kilometres long and has a difference of altitude of 1,440 metres. Thus making it one of the longest downhill runs in the Eastern Alps.
Aside from the fantastic skiing you can enjoy in the Schlossalm-Angertal-Stubnerkogel area, there is also the amazing scenery to consider as well. Throughout the day, you will have the chance to stop and admire the surrounding peaks of the Austrian Alps. One of those peaks that will be in view is the impressive Grossglockner (3,798m), which is the highest mountain in all of Austria.
The Schlossalm-Angertal-Stubnerkogel connected skiing area is an amazing place for free ride skiing. And it would be my pleasure to guide you through it. So if you want to join me, all you have to do is send me a request.
I can also guide you on an another Austrian free ride skiing adventure in the Gasteiner valley, near Salzburg.
I’m from Austria (Europe) and live in the Gastein-Valley next to Salzburg. Since 1996 I’m a UIAGM / IVBV professional mountain guide. In 2000 I graduated as a ski instructor.
My last 20 years I was working as mountain guide in all different parts of the Alps, in all seasons. In winter I work for different ski schools as ski instructor in Austria and Switzerland. Since a couple of years i am guiding as well in New Zealand. Furthermore I`m working in several education teams like the Austrian Mountain Guide Association as a coach, and also in the Austrian Skiing Instructor Association, specialized for alpine courses.
I was member of two Himalaya expeditions in 1997 and 2004. I have been climbing on Cho Oyu and Broad Peak .
My big passion is rock and ice climbing.
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The trip was rushed, and unfortunately the guide was impatient and at times I felt that he didn’t want to be there - which made the trip unenjoyable. The positives were, No doubt he is vey experienced, I have learnt a lot from him and was thankful for things he have shown me.
John G Mudd
I had a great time. The warm weather made challenging to find ice, but Gernot found us a fun and exciting pillar. He gave me lots of good tips to help me improve my technique. I would definitely recommend the Bad Gastein area for ice climbing.
Group of 1
|EUR 361 each|
Group of 2
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Group of 3
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Group of 4
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