The price excluding flight and permit, including accommodation, food, tents, rental equipment, airport transfer, road transport in South America and the mountain guide is for the 22 day program € 3.590, –.
Included services: 6 days of ski touring / 6 days of sightseeing or 7 days ski touring / 5 days sightseeing, mountain guide, guided sightseeing, accommodation with full board during ski tours, bed and breakfast during the city trip, all local transport and airport pick-up service, all etrance fees to cultural sights. Not included: flight to Teheran (typical fares approx. € 450,-)
Snow covered mountains surrounded by the deep blue ocean, untracked slopes, a ski lodge on the waterfront, fresh fish and northern lights – that’s what ski touring in the Lyngen Alps of Norway is about.
Ski touring in the Alps is already something special. But the Lyngen Alps of Norway hold even more in store: Way up in the Arctic wilderness around the 70th parallel north there are spectacular fjords, virgin powder slopes, mystic northern lights and a house the sea waiting for you. If time passes slowly here, that’s just fine.
Lyngen Dates 2019
Week I from Sat. 2nd to Sat. 9th of March 2019 Mountain Guides: Stefan Pöder and Stefan Kosz
Week II from Sat. 9th to Sat. 16th of March 2019 Mountain Guides: Peter Ehregruber and Stefan Kosz
Week III from Sat. 16th to Sat. 23rd of March 2019 Mountain Guides: Peter Ehrengruber and Stefan Kosz
Week IV from Sat. 23th to Sat. 30th of March 2019 Mountain Guides: Roland Striemitzer and Magnus Stangl
Week V from Sat. 30th of March to Sa 6th of April 2019 Mountain Guides: Roland Striemitzer and Magnus Stangl
Week VI from Sat. 6th to Sat. 13th of April 2019 Mountain Guides: Roland Striemitzer and Thomas Scheiber
Week VI from Sat. 13th to Sat. 20th of April 2019 Mountain Guides: Paul Held and Thomas Scheiber
Included services: 6 days ski touring, mountain guide, ski lodge with sauna directly by the ocean, all transfers and airport pick-up service, food and accommodation all inclusive. Not included: flight to Tromsø.
Skiing from lonely peaks to the ocean shore, active volcanoes, hot springs, spas and aurora borealis, the northern lights
With its rugged coastline, secluded fjords, active volcanoes and glowing auroras, Iceland is a fascinating destination for every passionate backcountry skier. This country of fire and ice has a surreal appearance with ice-capped peaks and geothermal activity just below the surface. Leaving first tracks on these virgin slopes can only be described as ski touring deluxe.
A ski tour in Iceland between glaciers and geysers
Ski touring in Iceland means untouched mountains in perfect solitude. The slopes are rather flat and skiing is often possible right to the shoreline. No bush, no tree no tourists get in our way between the largest glacier of Europe and bubbling geysers. Iceland seems an unreal place, it is unique in many ways and particularly exciting as a skiing destination.
Date I: March 31. to April 7. 2019 Date II: April 7. to 14. 2019 Date III: April 14. to 21. 2019 Date IV: April 21. to 28. 2019
Early booking price € 1.790,- available until August 31. 2017, later bookings € 1.840,- (Minimum group size 5 persons). Included services: 6 days of ski touring with a qualified mountain guide, transfer from the airport and all transfers on day tours, full board, ski lodge with whirlpool. Not included: flight to Akureyri (typical fares: from € 400,- to € 600,- from Europe).
Fantastic ski touring around Djebel Toubkal in the High Atlas, remote mountain villages and buzzing Marrakech in springtime
Ski touring in Morocco means exotic adventure: The High Atlas soars 4.000 meters above the vibrant city of Marrakech – one of the most oriental places of the Maghreb – the valleys are blooming while the peaks are still covered in soft spring snow, and the Berber people are always good company.
Date: February 1. to 10. 2018 Extended stay in Marrakech optional.
Included services: 6 days of ski touring, mountain guide, accommodation, breakfast, lunch, dinner and packed lunch during ski tours, transfers by Land Rover including airport pick-up service, 2 days sightseeing in Marrakech. Not included: airfares (typical price from Europe: approx. € 250,- to 350,-)
Fantastic rides, the world renowned cuisine of Piedmont and a little spa oasis
The Piedmont (Latin: pedem montium‚ at the foot of the mountains) is a laid back province of Italy. Situated close to the Swiss and French border, it is a region that is renowned both for excellent ski touring and powder snow as well as for its culinary delights. This is the birthplace of the Slow Food movement; its cuisine is high class yet rustic and alpine, it has no tolerance for rushing things. The village of Sambuco in Valle Stura is surrounded by mountains that soar above 3.000 m. There is no rush up here either.
Included: 6 ski tours with mountain guide, half board accommodation at the Spa Hotel Osteria della Pace in double rooms, local transport (taxi, bus). Not included: Transport to location. Join other group members in Innsbruck to reduce the environmental impact.
Sailing means serenity, freedom and relaxation. Climbing is meditation, concentration and precision. A combination of the two on the Greek island of Kalymnos means a perfect holiday. The gods of the Olympus may be jealous.
Date I: June 13. to June 20. 2017 Date II: June 20. to June 27. 2017
The Mountain Guides from Alpine School St.Anton are the Experts for “Off Piste Skiing” and “Ski Touring” in the Arlberg Region!
“We know where to find the best snow and where it is still untracked. Depending on your skills we will find the ideal terrain for you to improve and enjoy an exciting day”.
Our Office will check availability and will make sure you get the ideal guide for your specific request. We make sure our Guide leads a snowboard group on a snowboard, a ski group on skies and telemark group on telis.
Across the Dolomites on touring skis in 6 days: 10.000 vertical meters between Pala and Sexten, freeriding in finest powder in the world’s most beautiful mountains and the delicious cuisine of northern Italy and South Tyrol.
The Dolomites are among the world’s most beautiful mountains and part of the UNESCO world heritage list.
The necessary ingredients for the thrill of freeriding are easily explained: ascents of 500 to 800 vertical meters per day, a little help from the countless ski lifts of the „Dolomiti Superski“ area and the fantastic terrain of the Southern Limestone Alps.