Freeriding

Also when it comes to freeriding the Diamond of the Alps deserves its fame as skiing dorado. Countless off-piste routes and slopes offer superb conditions for skiers and riders alike. Dreamlike little side valleys ensure off-piste freeriding for all ability levels – plus uninterrupted panoramic views of the stunning Alpine scenery in Obergurgl-Hochgurgl. A real must for freeriding aficionados! The ski areas of Obergurgl and Hochgurgl are included in countless season ski passes like Freizeitticket, Regio Card and Tirol Snow Card.

Important: To get a quick and easy overview of the skiing terrain you can purchase a detailed Obergurgl Freeride Map at the Obergurgl tourist office. Besides the map it is absolutely required that you always check the latest snow and avalanche reports for a maximum of safety on the slopes. You are also recommended to contact the local  Obergurgl Ski School or enlist a certified Obergurgl Mountain Guide. Additionally, there are 4 checkpoints (2x Festkogl, 1x Hohe Mut, 1x Wurmkogel) for your avalanche equipment – test your avalanche transceiver on a regular basis!

Have fun in the superb Obergurgl-Hochgurgl freeride area but be careful and think about your own safety and the safety of your companions.

Snowhow-Map

Check the snowhow-map to get important informations for your freeride day.

The color-coded map helps you to reduce your risk of getting caught in an avalanche by reducing the steepness of your lines according to the daily avalanche warning. Also find informationes about dangerous areas and important infrasturcture such as beacon check-points. Get more detailed information by clicking the boxes check-it and map-legend.