Freeride- Surf your dreams! Surf with ROCKnSNOW your perfect line!
The Ziller Valley is the biggest Freeride resort in Austria. 4 large ski areas and a vertical drop from 2700 meters let your Freeride heart beat faster.
Variation Richest terrain: From high alpine great glacier fields, to mountain pastures, over backcountry valleys and playfull tree and billow runs - all this you need for a perfect freeride day.
With the snow guaranty of the Hintertuxer glacier and the endless runs of the Zillertaler mountains you will find with us your downhill dream !
You can use in Zillertal more than 180 lifts to get to the entrance of the secret Freeride runs.
For a few of the magic runs a short hike is required.
Depending on conditions and skiing / boarding ability we can ride between a total of 4000 to 10 000meters altitude diffrence / day.
When you ride with ROCKnSNOW, you will learn somthing about
The starting point is at 8.45 by the designated lift and powder finish is at
Surf with your
Mountain guide and freeride- pioneer!
All guides from ROCKnSNOW are locals, with more then 20 years experience.
You will feel the powder- spirit with us.
Your mountain guide is well imformed about the snow conditions and avalanche situations. You can be safely assured that we will surf the top powder slopes.
Safety is ROCKnSNOW´s first goal. Therefore we ride only full equip through the powder!
You surf with us provided with avalanche airbag, avalanche transceiver, probe, shovel and helmet.
When you need the safety equipment you can
rent it here! Fulfill your ultimate winter dream, we look forward to 'rockn' with you through the powder!!! Level 1
Runs with less Obstacles - 20° to 35° steep
You can handle all pistes without problems and want to try powder ski/boarding for the first time.
Offer: Level 2
Runs with Obstacles- to 39° steep
You have already skied/boarded in powder and want to learn more technique.
Offer: Level 3
Rocky terraine Runs- to 40° steep
You are familiar with off piste skiing/boarding but want to learn more control in all types of freeriding terrain.
Offer: Level 4
You can deal with all snow conditons and terrain forms - about 45° steep
You can surf all slopes and make the perfect line. Steep passages do not bother you. Your expert vision is focused on getting the best from the mountains.
Offer: Freeride - Hintertux - Level 3
VIDEO Freeridearea Zillertal 3000 - Penken - Rastkogel - Eggalm / Freeride Mayrhofen, Finkenberg, Tux
First Line - Do it with ROCKnSNOW
Cornices surf at the Schneekar - Mayrhofen
Powder alarm - Rastkogel - Tux
Powder turn - Horbergspitz
Sun Fata Morgana - Freeride Tuxertal
A youngster from Tux at "normal" skiing
Peter at work - photos included Freeridearea Hintertuxer Gletscher / Freeride Hintertux
Freeriding at over 3000 meters - powder on the glacier bus 3
Turning is a sign of fear!!
Kleegruben Run - 1750 meters in altitude to Hintertux
Even where there is no longer any suspicion of snow, Peter can still find the last of the firn Freeridearea Hochzillertal - Hochfügen - Spieljoch / Freeride Fügen, Kaltenbach, Aschau
Powder alarm on the Siedanjoch - Hochfügen
The cheeky guide Peter really "rub it with snow"
Sunset freeride turn at the Kristallhütte - Hochzillertal
From the summit it is 1870 meters in altitude to Aschau
The summit of Wimbachkopf - One of the most beautiful sunsetruns
The summit face to the Kristallhütte
Hochzillertal and Hochfügen are great freeride areas, but unfortunately only for skiers. There are a lot of long diagonal runs and flat pulling paths here. Well suited for snowboarders only with a splitboard!
Shortly before the Abfahrtshütte - Aschau - Hochzillertal
Aprefreeride in the most rustic mountain hut in the Zillertal - here you can find the best Melchermuas Peter
Birgit, Joe, Peter, Ronja THE FACTS
If you are searching for your ultimate adventure in the Ziller Valley, that' what we here for. With ROCKnSNOW you are guaranteed to experience your Outdoor Highlight.
We are delighted you allow us to share with you your special experiences.
Safety is our number one priority.
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Snow depth measurement at the left picture border