wePowder has been compiled with the utmost care. We can for any inaccuracies, however, accept no liability. In addition, a lot of content is added to this website by our users. Our users nor wePowder can be held liable for direct or indirect damages consequences of this information. This will include, but not exclusively, infringement of copyrighted work(s) or otherwise violate the intellectual property rights of others. Freeriding is a risk sport that takes place in nature. Ultimately, you are fully responsible for the choices you make. wePowder recommends that anyone who does not have sufficient knowledge not to go off-piste. Off-piste (or freeriding) you always go with a qualified mountain guide. wePowder is not liable for any consequences of freeriding, such as, but not limited to, personal injury or material damage.
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Freeride routes are routes that take place outside the prepared slopes (in the backcountry or off-piste) and where you're dealing with alpine dangers. These include, but are not limited to, avalanches, cliffs and crevasses. The freeride routes offered on wePowder have been compiled with the utmost care. We can, however, accept no liability for any inaccuracies. Routes can not be displayed correctly. On the maps where the routes are displayed you can never see all the "natural hazards", such as cliffs, rocks, trees, crevasses or other natural hazards. The conditions in the mountains are always different. Several factors can affect the quality of a route through which a descent is not possible. This will include, but not limited to, weather, temperature, type of snow, snowfall, avalanches and work carried out in the area concerned. Inquire before riding a freeride route always at the local ski school and / or ski patrol if you can ride a route! A freeride route should always be skied or snowboard accompanied by a qualified guide.