Once again, we're inviting passionate skiers to “St. Anton am Arlberg”, the world famous winter sports centre in the heart of Austria for the KJUS Heliskiing & Freeride Experience. There is hardly any other landscape in the Alps, which is simultaneously so richly varied, so challenging and so inviting. And now we’re giving you the chance to experience the full package - riding untouched slopes, fresh powder and enjoy the breathtaking Austrian winter landscape!
Guided by our KJUS teamriders Lorraine Huber and – St. Anton local – Stefan Häusl, you will explore the Arlberg within a 2-day program including helicopter and lift-accessed skiing. You will enjoy an amazing view over the stunning mountain landscape of the Arlberg region, as one of the highlights will be a helicopter flight in Lech-Zürs over the “Madlochjoch” to the “Mehlsack” at 2.651 meters above sea level, resulting in an unforgettable run of 1.400 vertical meters of pure powder.
Accompanied by a professional photographer, your splendid experience will be saved on film to make sure that you can take some unforgettable impressions home with you. A delicious dinner and an overnight stay at PEPIS Skihotel (4 star hotel) in St. Anton will round off this perfect day.
You are an experienced off-piste skier. You can comfortably ski moderate steep terrain on ungroomed runs while maintaining control of your speed. You can ski all types of off-piste snow conditions. You may also have had training for the correct use of avalanche rescue equipment (avalanche beacon, probe and shovel) and have some experiences with ascents either by carrying your skis on your shoulder/backpack or using climbing skins. You are fit enough to comfortably walk short ascents and to ski 4-5 hours over a duration of 3 days (with breaks).
Join our teamriders Lorraine and Stefan and apply for an unforgettable experience in the breathtaking winter landscape of the Austrian Alps.
*Depending on weather and snow conditions, the program might be subject to change.
You can apply for this event using the application form at the top right of this page.
Photos: Hanno Mackowitz