Freeriding Arlberg
Freeriding am Arlberg

Freeriding around the Arlberg is like a dream come true for anyone who is looking for powder snow. Because of the geographical location, the Arlberg receives snow from many heavenly directions. For this reason, the Arlberg may call itself the snowiest region of Austria. The modern lift network is the biggest connected lift network of Austria which makes the Arlberg a real all-round area for Freeriding. Because of this combination, lift-accessed freeriding is a true luxury. This attracts freeriders from all over the world, even professional film crews come to the Arlberg to shoot their images.
Freeriding can be a sport with consequences if you make the wrong decisions. The Snowboard Arlberg guides are highly trained guides and possess the highest level of the Austrian snowboard guiding course. They are trained to be on point about the snow conditions and possible dangers. We like to share our daily experiences with our guides, this is the best way to collect as much information as possible about the snow and possible dangers. This is why you will ride the best snow as safe as possible.

Freeride am Arlberg

Hike and ride.

On some busy days in the season, a hike and ride is just the right thing to do. Avoid the crowds, walk away from the slopes and the chairlifts. To reach some of the best lines in the Arlberg, a short hike is necessary to start one of many lines. The peaks are all reachable in 30 by 45 minutes of hiking from one of the top stations. Once you feel comfortable in the backcountry, the next step will be a splitboardtour with Snowboard Arlberg.

Freeride guide am Arlberg

Half day (3 Hours)
Full day (6 Hours)

€ 260,-
€ 390,-

1-2 persons
1-2 persons

each additional person
each additional person
€ 30,- extra
€ 40,- extra

max. of 6 persons
max. of 6 persons