Freeride skiing is a discipline of alpine skiing that focuses on descending off-piste and in unprepared terrain.
Freeriders ski down unprepared slopes, tackling variable and often challenging terrain.
Freeriding is often enjoyed by those who seek the adventure and challenge of skiing off the groomed slopes, enjoying the beauty and tranquillity of unspoilt mountains.
The Freeride course lasts half a day (approx. 2.5 hours) and is conducted by the Sport Service team.
Registration is only open to those participating in the Winter Camp in Andermatt from 12 to 16 February 2024.
In order to participate, you must be able to correctly perform the parallel turn with alpine skiing on red slopes.
Thanks to specific equipment suitable for beginners, participants will have the opportunity to learn the technical basics of skiing in unprepared snow near the demarcated and officially opened slopes.
The course takes place during the Winter Camp from 12-16 February 2024, at the Andermatt-Sedrun-Disentis ski resort.
For any information regarding the activity, clothing and course procedure, please contact the technical managers of the Freeride Sport Service: Giorgio Piffaretti