We choose the freeriding downhills individually, thereby completely taking into consideration your skills, wishes and the latest weather and snow conditions. All this we check on our first 400m long downhill from one of the summit stations down to bottom of the glacier. If the conditions are good and you are up to it, we can choose whatever the conditions are offering. From gentle slopes up to very steep gullies and faces with long downhills up to 1500m in altitude difference.
Our freeriding day finishes at approximately 3:30 p.m. (if we ski down to Sportgastein a bit later)
Individual booking for a single or a group:
1 day Freeride Sella Nevea starts at 120€ guiding fee.
1 Person: 330€ // 2 Person: 185€ pP // 3 Person: 145€ pP // 4 Person: 120€ pP // 5 Person: 95€ pP // 6 Person: 75€ pP
Please be aware that maximum the group size is depending on conditions and the choosen downhills of desire. We tend to keep group size smaller to enhance safety for each client.
Security equipment: Modern ski helmet and modern avalanche equipment (beacon, probe & shovel) have to be carried with you at all times. An avalanche backpack is optional. The avalanche equipment (excl. airbag) can be provided by us for free.
- Guided tour with a state approved mountain and skiing guide (all expenses of the guide included)
- Avalanche equipment (beacon, probe & shovel by Pieps)
- Dynastar freeride ski (Cham 2.0 97) can be rented for 20€ per day
Not included are:
- Possible transport costs (train ticket, shuttle etc.)
“Freeriding at Sella Nevea is especially with good weather a real highlight: The amazing landscape in the middle of the Julian Alps National Park, the view from Großglockner (Austria’s highest mountain) towards Triglav (Slovenian Highest Peak) combined with a great spectrum from easy, but generous downhills to impressive steep downhills. And this all in a tree free high alpine area on heights between 2.600m and 1.200m above sea level.Especially impressive with the right conditions are definately the 1.500m long downhills from one of the peaks of Kanin ridge (2.587m) toward the valley of Sella Nevea or Bovec. These count to the longest freeride downhills in the Julian Alps – no matter if you take the relatively sophisticated “normal downhill” or with perfect conditions go for the extreme downhills taking the Eastern or Northern side.”