The Glacier

Freeride XXL

Monday, 29.08.2016

During the day
light rainfall
light rainfall

NEW: Gletscherjet 3 + 4

Winter sport and glacial adventure is even more comfortable and intense due to the new „Gletscherjet 3 + 4" lift axis

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Freeride Monday

In winter 2015/16 you can experience the fascination of freeriding with technique- and safety tips from professionals.

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Glacier Breakfast

Start the day with vitality: the Kitzsteinhorn restaurant & bars spoil you daily with a generous and varied breakfast.


Freeride Info Base
Safety first!

Freeride Info Base Safety first!

Freeride Info Base

The Freeride Info Base is the base camp for all powder fans. Here you get all information before you start your freeride runs.

Please note: The marked freeride routes on the Kitzsteinhorn are not prepared and not controlled. Before your run: always look for information at the Freeride Info Base at the Alpincenter! Here you can find out which routes are currently open and which are closed. The slopes beyond the routes are open areas, only entered at your own risk and, for which, no responsibility is taken by the lift company!


  • Alpincenter – central, between both the lifts coming up from the valley (Gletscherjet II and Langwied lift) and the Alpincenter.


  • Panoramic map showing freeride routes
  • Topographical map
  • Display with avalanche, weather and snow conditions
  • Avalanche danger scale with warning lamp for stage 4 and 5
  • LVS–device checkpoint
  • Contact list with emergency numbers, websites, information hotlines

Freeride Info Points


  •  Directly at the access to the freeride routes


  • Topographical map with slope inclines
  • Tips for equipment, emergency equipment, plans and arrangements in an emergency
  • Contact list with emergency numbers, websites, information hotlines
  • Safety advice (see above, Freeride Basis Station)

Avalanche Warning Center

Here you can find the current avalanche danger