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Do you want to learn out how to free ride and ski tour on the terrain? Or learn about the “emergency avalanche”? For 1x1 free riding and ski touring, we recommend the Bichlalm (1,600m). This is a targeted training programme. Kitzbühel Tourismus and ourselves – Bergbahn Kitzbühel – have this offer until mid-March.
So there is nothing stopping you from going on a unique ski tour in the Kitzbühel|Kirchberg ski area. We teach the theory and practice of the 1x1 training concept under the guidance of highly qualified local mountain and ski guides. We focus on flexibility and responding to individual questions.
The content refers to either the emergency management applied in the case of an avalanche (from calling the emergency services to successful searches) or the correct behaviour when freeriding or ski touring (from planning to choosing the right terrain).
Have fun. Fresh snow – perfect powdery snow and blue heavens await you. The view and the peace that the mountain brings will leave you feeling amazed.
We plan to start again in mid-January 2017 for next winter and we look forward to welcoming many participants.
More information about the second round of 1X1 can be found at www.ueberall.cc or on the 1X1 Facebook page.
|Tuesday||3 p.m. to 5 p.m. for the “correct behaviour on tours and off-piste” module
6.30 p.m. to 8.30 p.m. for the “emergency avalanche” module
|Thursday||3 p.m. to 5 p.m. for the “emergency avalanche” module
6.30 p.m. to 8.30 p.m. for the “correct behaviour on tours and off-piste” module
You can also book every module individually, meaning you can attend both modules on one day or participate in the modules separately – for example on two evening ski tours.
Taking part is free!
is required – maximum number of participants per module is 8 persons – larger groups may be possible on request
INFORMATION: at Bergsport Überall - 0043 (0)664 534 16 56
MEETING POINT: 15 minutes before the start of each module at the Bichlalm mountain restaurant (entrance) – last ascent or descent of the Bichlalm lift 4 p.m. – afterwards, you will need to ski down (headlights are required for the evening module!)
Touring or ski equipment, avalanche emergency kit if you have it (you can also rent it), warm clothing suitable for winter;
State-certified mountain and ski guides