Together with local guides we offer a guided ski tour & splitboard week. The area around MoaAlm is a ski tour & free ride paradise! The region is snow-secure, the Kalser valley offers loads of unspoiled back country slopes and the tours can be chosen from beginner to advanced level. Because the number of guests is limited to 8, we can fine-tune the program and level of difficulty to the guests' preferences.
March 7 - 14th 2020 (Guaranteed)
Any week from February to April 14th 2020: A minimum of 4 guests needed
Saturday is the arrival day, where we get to meet everyone, share an evening meal, discuss plans and wishes for the coming week. On Sunday we will combine a short ski and splitboard tour with a workshop of basic avalanche safety techniques. The following days we will provide four full-day guided tours. This means that there will be a 'day-off' in the middle of the week or whenever the condition allow. You could use this day-off from a guided tour to rest and recharge your batteries or head to the piste for some skiing or snowboarding in the GG-resort.
Depending on weather conditions, optimal fresh powder and group preferences we will plan the tours with the mountain guide each evening.
Examples of tours we might be doing are:
Lesachriegel 2121m: This is a good tour to the start the week with. From Oberlesach (1400m) we will ascend through the forest towards the mountain ridge above the tree line. The south face has a soft slope and high avalanche-safety. We can climb to a viewing point just above the ridge to enjoy a stunning view of Austria's highest mountains Grossglockner and Grossvenediger. The ride down is easy-going.
Böses Weibl 3121m: This is a demanding but absolutely beautiful tour! The way up offers amazing views and the ride down is probably one of the most rewarding in the region. From Lucknerhaus (1920m) we will ascend through a diverse landscape all the way up to the 3121m summit. There are different descend options - if the weather allows us we can take the 1800 vertical meter ride down into Lesacheralm valley.
If the group wishes to focus more on off-piste skiing technique, we can use one or more days to do some free-riding in the ski resort. Together with experienced local guides we will hit the off-piste slopes and practice downhill technique. In the evening, we could check out the footage in our TV room, do some video analysis or maybe just drink a cold beer.
You don't have to be an advanced skier/boarder, but you should have a good level of fitness and be confident riding in a variety of snow conditions and terrain. For the fitness element, you should be able to ascend 700-1200 vertical meters in a day. With Skiing/Riding, you should be able to descend comfortably down a black piste and have experience with off-piste skiing/snowboarding. Don't worry if you have limited or no experience in using a split board or touring skis, we will help you with that. We will always do a workshop on avalanche safety & rescue, even if you have attended one previously, as we believe repetition is important.
Touring ski’s or Splitboard and Snowboard
Skins & ski crampons
Telescope poles for snowboarders
Touring boots & bindings
Avalanche safety gear: Transceiver, shovel & Probe
Equipment can however also be rented here in our village of Kals at Sport Gratz. At MoaAlm we will help you with the contact and assist you in your rental.
7x overnight stay
6x 3-course dinner with wine or beer, 7x tea with cake, 7x breakfast
5x guided ski tour with English speaking guide or translator
Transfer from Kals/Lienz train or bus station
Lift passes (if needed)