Every Freerider’s mouth waters when thinking about Heliskiing and for many it is a dream. Heliskiing in the Arlberg mountains is an unrivalled skiing adventure in Austria. According to the snow conditions and the technical skiing ability of the group the guide will decide if the 2652m high Mehlsack or the Schneetäli (2450m) will be traversed. After a spectacular exit from the helicopter a perfect sloping, sheer, endless 1100 metre descent into the Zuger Täli awaits.
However, the day is not yet over. We go back into the Lech skiing region with the Zugerberg ski-lift. At lunch (not included), the already strained skiing muscles can relax briefly. According to the snow conditions, the guide will decide on the best powder descents back to windup the day together, where over a drink, pictures and small movies will be considered and exchanged, as well as laughing about the experiences of the day.
- €340.00 Euro per Person, at 3 persons
- €460.00 Euro per Person, at 2 persons
- €890.00 Euro per Person, at 1 person
- government certified mountain-guides and ski instructors for the whole day (approx. 5 hours)
- helicopter flight to Mehlsack or into the Schneetäli, according to conditions
Meeting Point and Duration08:30 in our office in Stuben am Arlberg. After a short equipment check we travel together to the heliport in Zürs (Flexenhüsle – Resttaurant). Possible alternative meeting point for guests from Lech and Zürs09:00 at the heliport in Zürs or Transport with our Powder Express. That means that we ‘powder junkies’ must get up early, so that we can be one of the first ski groups on the mountains and can make the most of the whole day.
For off-piste skiing the safety-set is obligatory (peeper, shovel, probe, ABS-Backpack). You can rent it for 35€ per person per day. Tell us how many safety kits you need. The guide takes her to the agreed meeting place.
Freerideski can be borrowed from us if necessary.
Arlberg Alpin will provide full disclosure of hand selected self-employed licensed mountain & ski guides or state-certified ski instructor and ski guides credentials for all designated slopes or backcountry ski/snowboard areas, per customer request. All sub-contracted approved licensed mountain & ski guides who are self-employed are required to carry their own statutory liability insurance and has a direct contractual relationship with the client upon booking. Arlberg Alpin – Freeride & Outdoor Center GmbH is responsible for selection of the guide and guarantees the client that their designated mountain and or ski guide or state-certified ski instructor is licensed with proven credentials.
All Arlberg Alpin – Freeride & Outdoor Center GmbH client bookings, the client agrees to and will adhere to our strict helmet requirement for all off-piste ski/snowboard areas and must carry an approved safety set (avalanche beacon, shovel & probe and ABS backpack). In addition to all precautionary measures taken by the licensed mountain and ski instructor or state certified ski instructor and ski guide, there always remains a residual risk especially beyond the designated slopes, the client is aware of such risk and client is also responsible for the safety of him/herself and must minimize impact of his/her actions on their group. It is for this reason, that the client follows the instruction of the licensed mountain and ski guide and state certified ski instructor.”
When heliskiing the flight is carried out by Wucher Helicopter GmbH. All damage related to the helicopter go to Wucher Helicopter GmbH. In particular, the landing approach, getting into the helicopter, the helicopter flight itself and getting out of the helicopter and the departure.
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