Freeride Routes


What are the best freeride routes? To give you an idea of the possibilities we drew some out for you. But beware; these are only indications. Use topographical maps while preparing a route and choose your routes wisely due to avalanche hazard and weather situations. Ride safe!


To give you more insight in the difficulty of a freeride route we came up with a classification, which is similar to the way slopes are classified in French ski areas.

  • Beginner (green)
  • Advanced (blue)
  • Expert (red)
  • Elite (black)


Freeride Routes can not be displayed correctly! The routes are compiled with the utmost care, but are there to give you an idea of the possibilities. Please always inquire in advance at the local ski school and ski patrol where to ride the safest lines possible. You must always ride a backcountry line under the guidance of a qualified guide. We don't accept any responsibility or liability for any inaccuracies.

The conditions in the mountains are always different. Several factors can affect the quality of a route because of which a descent is not possible. This may include, but is not limited to, weather, temperature, type of snow, snowfall, avalanches and work carried out in the area concerned.

And keep in mind, that you go with the right knowledge present!