Warth-Schröcken is one of the top resorts for freeriders, enjoying the snow beside the slopes. There are wide open spaces as well as small tree runs and cliff drops. Furthermore: lots of snow is guaranted. With 11 meters of fallen snow per year, Warth-Schröcken is one of the most snow-rich skiresorts of the alps.
One of the most important things, when going off-pist, is to know about alpine risks and safety measures. That’s why the skiresort Warth-Schröcken offers in cooperation with SAAC (Snow & Avalanche Awareness Camps) freeride workshops. In these workshops mountain guides show the participants how to read an avalanche report, how to use the safety equipment, how to assess alpine terrain and give important tipps for planning a tour.
The SAAC Basic Camp is for free and takes 2 days.
After participating the Basic Camp, the „SAACnd Step“ Camp offers the possibility to improve the skills in a 3.5 or 5.5 day camp.
08./09. December 2012
12./13. January 2013
26./27. January 2013
09./10. March 2013
13. - 16. December 2012
13. - 16. January 2013
20. - 23. March 2013
Maximum participants: 21
EUR 405,- per double room including breakfast at Villa NATUR
EUR 420,- per single room including breakfast at Villa NATUR
EUR 525,- per double room including half board at Hotel ADLER
EUR 565,- per single room including half board at Hotel ADLER
10. - 15. March 2013
Maximum participants: 14
EUR 625,- per double room including breakfast at Villa NATUR
EUR 650,- per single room including breakfast at Villa NATUR
EUR 825,- per double room including half board at Hotel ADLER
EUR 885,- per single room including half board at Hotel ADLER
The package price includes: Participation, mountain guide, accommodation with breakfast or half board, emergency equipment (on loan)
For free: Try the new K2 Freeride ski with skins, DUKE ski binding and snow shoes.
Meeting point: 6.00 p.m. at Hotel ADLER in Hochkrumbach
What to carry: Backpack (min. 20 l), skitouring equipment (ski, skins), board and snow shoes.
Requirements: Physical fitness and condition for at least two- to three-hour ascents with a backpack and following deep snow run; safe and experienced skiing or snowboarding in deep snow at different types of snow; experienced handling of the ski equipment.
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