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Freeriding

Deep-snow skiing off-piste in PillerseeTal

PillerseeTal has a heart for freeriders! The finest slopes and smoothest powder-runs are waiting to be discovered. And that comfortably without any long ascents. The cable cars and chairlifts in the Skicircus Saalbach Hinterglemm Leogang Fieberbrunn bring you directly into the freeride area and thus to the finest corn snow slopes in PillerseeTal! Fieberbrunn is the topographic highlight in the Kitzbühel Alps, a cathedral of winter sports for all pleasure skiers who are out and about with their eyes peeled. With every lift, unique vistas open up and unique insights into the snowy world of the Kitzbühel Alps. From imposing mountainsides to far-reaching summit ridges and selective mountainscapes – here in Fieberbrunn nature awaits with its finest attractions.

Good to know

  • checkAvalanche transceiver checkpoints by Ortovox at selected mountain stations

  • checkInfo-Point at the valley station Streuböden-lift

  • checkMarked freeride routes off and on existing pistes

  • checkFreeride Park with obstacles and kickers

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Freeride-Eldorado Skicircus

Freeriding in the Skicircus Saalbach Hinterglemm Leogang Fieberbrunn!

Safety tips for freeriding

As soon as you leave the secured piste area, you enter generally unpredictable terrain. The following safety tips can be seen as basic rules for skiing and snowboarding in open terrain:

  • checkChecksafety gear:

  • checkAvalanche transceiver-check at the Livepoints

  • checkhelmet, probe, shovel, avalanche transceiver, mobile phone, first-aid kit, ABS-backpack

  • checkIn poor visibility, do not enter open terrain

  • checkSlopes of more than 35° gradient should always be skied or snowboarded one at a time

  • checkCarefully follow avalanche situation report and weather

  • checkNever enter open terrain alone

  • checkObserve warnings: avalanche warning lights and warning signsr

  • checkExisting tracks are no guarantee for avalanche safety

  • checkImportant phone numbers: Mountain rescue: 140; Emergency call 144

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Freerider's Routine

The safety partners of the Freeride World Tour demonstrate all that should be part of every freerider’s basic equipment.

Information about alpine hazards and avalanches

Freeride-experts in PillerseeTal

Top freeride-events

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