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Ski resorts for advanced skiers and freeriding West Eastern Alps

Best ski resorts for advanced skiers in the West Eastern Alps (best difficult slopes, ski routes) as well as best powder snow skiing/freeriding in the West Eastern Alps


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5 out of 5 stars

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West Eastern Alps: freeride ski resorts and ski resorts for very good skiers (advanced skiers)

1-17 out of 17 ski resorts

Test result: 5 out of 5 stars

Arosa and Lenzerheide offer plenty of freeriding space, which is used frequently. There are also... more


Freeriding & offering for advanced skiers
  • many freeride/deep snow areas
  • Difficult slopes: 28 km (12%)

Test result: 5 out of 5 stars

Difficult runs and powder snow areas promise lots of thrills for all experts. Black slopes, such as... more


Freeriding & offering for advanced skiers
  • many freeride/deep snow areas
  • Difficult slopes: 34 km (22%)
  • Ski routes: 8 km

Test result: 5 out of 5 stars

Difficult runs and endless powder slopes promise lots of thrills for experts and freeriders.... more


Freeriding & offering for advanced skiers
  • very many freeride/deep snow areas
  • Difficult slopes: 8 km (23%)
  • Ski routes: 10 km

Test result: 5 out of 5 stars

The ski resort of Corvatsch/Furtschellas is a paradise for freeriders. There are endless wide,... more


Freeriding & offering for advanced skiers
  • very many freeride/deep snow areas
  • Difficult slopes: 17.7 km (15%)
  • Ski routes: 2 km

Test result: 5 out of 5 stars

Livigno offers some great black slopes. The Mottolino Freeride Experience is offered on the... more


Freeriding & offering for advanced skiers
  • many freeride/deep snow areas
  • Difficult slopes: 20 km (17%)

Test result: 5 out of 5 stars

Parsenn is very popular with advanced skiers. Extreme powder snow runs can be found surrounding the... more


Freeriding & offering for advanced skiers
  • very many freeride/deep snow areas
  • Difficult slopes: 17.7 km (19%)
  • Ski routes: 6.3 km

Test result: 5 out of 5 stars

The Jakobshorn is very popular with freeriders. The whole mountain can be explored and there are... more


Freeriding & offering for advanced skiers
  • very many freeride/deep snow areas
  • Difficult slopes: 2.5 km (6%)
  • Ski routes: 13 km

Test result: 4 out of 5 stars

Advanced skiers can explore some black slopes and ski routes. When there is enough snow, it is... more


Freeriding & offering for advanced skiers
  • many freeride/deep snow areas
  • Difficult slopes: 13.1 km (30%)

Test result: 4 out of 5 stars

Experts can find challenging slopes between the mountain station and the middle station. The long... more


Freeriding & offering for advanced skiers
  • some freeride/deep snow areas
  • Difficult slopes: 6 km (19%)
Advanced skiers, freeriders

Test result: 4 out of 5 stars

The Diabolo run is the steepest slope in the country with its 70% steepness gradient. There are... more


Freeriding & offering for advanced skiers
  • some freeride/deep snow areas
  • Difficult slopes: 1.5 km (6%)
  • Ski routes: 17.9 km

Test result: 3 out of 5 stars

The ski resort of Zuoz offers difficult slopes in the upper area and some great options for... more


Freeriding & offering for advanced skiers
  • some freeride/deep snow areas
  • Difficult slopes: 3 km (20%)
  • Ski routes: 1 km

Test result: 3 out of 5 stars

The Savognin ski resort has a difficult slope at Piz Cartas. Since the entire upper area lies above... more


Freeriding & offering for advanced skiers
  • many freeride/deep snow areas
  • Difficult slopes: 3 km (4%)
Advanced skiers, freeriders

Test result: 3 out of 5 stars

Black slope fans will find suitable terrain on the upper part of the Hochegg slope and on the Renn... more


Freeriding & offering for advanced skiers
  • some freeride/deep snow areas
  • Difficult slopes: 3 km (13%)

Test result: 3 out of 5 stars

The black Brand slope leads from Nuellisch to the Rinerhorn base station and with its 7.8 km... more


Freeriding & offering for advanced skiers
  • some freeride/deep snow areas
  • Difficult slopes: 12.8 km (25%)
  • Ski routes: 6 km

Test result: 3 out of 5 stars

There is only one advanced run from the Loischkopf in Buerserberg. There are also some ski routes... more


Freeriding & offering for advanced skiers
  • some freeride/deep snow areas
  • Difficult slopes: 3 km (6%)
  • Ski routes: 11 km

Test result: 3 out of 5 stars

There is one difficult run. After new snow has fallen, the advanced skiers come to ski the steep... more


Freeriding & offering for advanced skiers
  • few freeride/deep snow areas
  • Difficult slopes: 1 km (33%)

Test result: 1 out of 5 stars

There are no intermediate and no difficult slopes for advanced skiers.

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Freeriding & offering for advanced skiers
  • no freeride/deep snow areas
  • Difficult slopes: 0 km (0%)
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