© René Eduard Perhab
© René Eduard Perhab
Christian Voggenberger

Piste tour routes in Ski amadé

Those winter sports enthusiasts who have a fascination for both, skiing and ski touring, often experience a situation that is not so easy in winter. Do I go skiing, or do I prefer a tour? Ski amadé now makes it easy for us. From this season there is the possibility of a piste tour in all regions. But how exactly does it work?  
© René Eduard Perhab

Ski tourers weren't exactly popular because they often crossed the piste on their way up. But especially in winters, when snow has been scarce for a long time, you can't blame them for hitting the slopes anyway.

Ski amadé has now found a solution that lets both, skiers and ski tourers, get their money's worth. The system is very easy to explain: First of all, you buy a ticket for the piste tour at the lift ticket office (costs around € 15,-). Right next to the valley station of a lift or a gondola, the separate ascent track begins with precise markings so that you don't get lost (which is actually not possible). Scan the card in the scanner and the ascent can begin. On the Ski amadé website, it is easy to research in advance how long the respective tour lasts, how many kilometers and meters of altitude have to be covered and what level of difficulty (easy, medium or difficult) the tour has been classified as.

Step by step you approach the summit. A big advantage: If you don't feel like doing the whole tour, it's very easy to simply unbuckle, take off the skins and then ski down the slope (usually right next to the ascent track).

It's even cooler for Ski amadé All in Card White owners. You go on the tour first, if you still have the strength to ski afterwards, you simply take a gondola and use the piste for a few more descents.

So don’t hesitate and go on your first piste tour in Ski amadé, you won't regret it!

© René Eduard Perhab

Christian Voggenberger

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