Certified Skiing and Mountain Guide for freeriding on the Arlberg in Austria

Off piste skiing at the Arlberg with your certified mountain guide! 

The best way to experience the Arlberg resort’s back country is skiing with a mountain guide who takes you away from the runs. Back-country skiing is a big nature experience together, but also a sporting challenge. The Arlberg area covers the ski resorts Zürs, Lech, Stuben, St. Christoph and St. Anton. All of the them offers endless possibilities for off piste skiing

As a professional and very experienced mountain guide I am skiing every winter nearly every day with guests off piste in the Arlberg area. Regardless where we start - St Anton, Lech, Zürs, Stuben, St. Anton, St. Christoph - I know the best off piste powder runs for every weather and every snow condition. The necessary safety equipment you´ll get from me (rental rate is included in the price).

Availability and Booking:

Depening availability you can book mit for one or more day, on weekends, alone or in a group from December to April. 

Please send your request for freeriding at the Arlberg and I will come back to you as soon as possible! -> Request

  • 1 (or more) day ski guiding, deep snow training or guided skiing tour at the Arlberg in Austria with a professional and experienced mountain guide.

    • Alone or in a group
    • Mountain Guide fee: EUR 450, - per day, each additional person EUR 30,-
    • Necessary: valid ski pass for the Arlberg cable cars.
    • Lending of safety equipment (ABS backpack, avalanche transceiver, shovel, probe) is included in the price.
  • as from € 450,-

    Send inquiry!

What you can expect

  • At least 5 hours care
  • UIAGM certified and very experienced mountain guide with best knowledge of the Arlberg ski area 
  • Back Country Skiing alone or in a small group
  • grandiose descents up to 1500hm
  • If desired: Shorter climbs of 1-2 hours


Daily program, runs and speed is always adapted to the skills of the participants.

However, solid and speedy parallel turns on red runs is necessary in order to ski off-piste. Experience in deep snow is an advantage but not a requirement. For very good skiers who want to experience great variations, the skill to make turns in steep terrain and in difficult snow and a good level of fitness for the whole day skiing is necessary. On request, ski tours are made.

Necessary Equipment

  • Carver or freeride ski
  • piste or tour shoes
  • ski poles with large plates
  • avalanche transceiver
  • probe
  • shovel
  • ABS backpack

Avalanche transceiver, probe, shovel and ABS backpack are provided free of charge!