Arc´teryx Freeride Academy | St. Anton | 02. - 05.02.2023

CAMP Ski Alpinism

Alpine ski tours are among the ultimate disciplines of alpine winter sports. Glaciated high mountains, vast terrain, steep ridges and faces – these things make the hearts of all alpine ski mountaineers beat faster. Of course, you need a big skill set to move in a risk-optimized way when you are up in the alpine elevation.

In addition to the full range of avalanche hazards, alpine ski mountaineering also involves the dangers of falls. In this clinic, we want to work with you on how to use a rope on ridges and flanks, rappeling, and the basics of using crampons in steep terrain.

# Standard techniques in steep terrain
# rope use, belaying, rappelling
# Basics for the use of crampons


LEVEL: Advanced, participation with touring skis / splitboard / telemark skis

Ascent: Physical condition for approx. 2 h ascent with touring skis or splitboard (appr. 600m)

Descent: Safe and controlled skiing on black slopes and off-piste. Experience in powder would be great. Physical condition for a day in the backcountry is necessary.



# Complete ski touring or splitboard equipment (touring skis/splitboard, skins, touring boots, poles), emergency equipment (avalanche transceiver, probe, shovel), climbing harness, crampons, ice axe, helmet, rope, carabiner. CAMP provides a harness, crampons, ice axe, helmet, and carabiners for each participant for the duration of the clinic. Own equipment can also be used.


-> List of Equipment


Lift ticket: You need a day ticket for this clinic (a special offer ticket can be bought on-site directly at the registration)

A detailed list of equipment will be sent after booking.

03.02.23, 9.00 am

04.02.23, 9.00 am

05.02.23, 9.00 am

Euro 140.-

The meeting point is at 9 am at the Freeride Village. Welcome from your mountain guide. Equipment and safety check. Ascent with the lift and quick check of the skiing and boarding levels. Afterward, we go right into learning and trying different techniques. So, you can try and practice as much as possible. Lunch break on the mountain/optionally in a restaurant. Return to the Freeride Village at around 3 pm.


Group size per guide: 4 – 5 participants

# Guided tour by a certified mountain guide

Additional Costs
# Lift ticket
# Travel cancellation insurance (can be directly purchased upon booking, cost 25.- Euro)
# transfer possible (taxi, public transport)