Ski Lessons & Guiding

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Ski Lessons & Guiding

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St Anton Ski Lessons & Guiding

Skiing the off-piste at St Anton for the first time is a relatively straight forward exercise from the ski lifts. On a sunny day much of the freeride terrain is obvious. Whilst a guide will not be necessary for this kind of exploration, when the obvious zones are tracked out, discovering the secret stashes of the resort or contemplating backcountry descents off Valluga or Rendl, will benefit from the assistance of a quality ski instructor and/or mountain guide.

The Ski Arlberg marked ski routes range from easy groomed piste trails (on the White ring from Zurs to Zug) & interesting, playful zones like into St Christoph, to more complex propositions off the Schindler Spitze & Rüfikopf. Backcountry ski touring from the high points of St Anton can include easy skinning & cruisy descents in wide alpine bowls or involve super steep, adrenaline pumping couloirs (some of which are directly accessible from the ski lifts i.e. chutes on Schindler Spitze). If in any doubt, these places are best explored with an experienced guide. A guide or instructor will provide safety plus perhaps improve your backcountry & off-piste skiing skills as well.

A wide diversity of ski instructors, ski schools & mountain guides ply their trade in the St Anton ski resort & broader Ski Arlberg, including adjacent areas of Zurs, Lech & Warth Schroecken. Joining a mixed guided group is a whole lot cheaper than hiring a private guide, but with the major caveat being one never knows the ski ability & skill level of the other group members until it may be too late! To narrow down the field, use our partners from a listing below.

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