The Sonnenkopf is an insider tip among freeriders. In addition to many great powder snow options right next to the slopes, there are two huge "backcountry areas" for experienced freeriders. With up to 1250 vertical meters without ascent, directly from the mountain station. The "Powder-Run" in the Nenzigasttal offers varied terrain with lush height meters and 3 km in length. Freeride courses are offered by the Klostertal ski school.
The most famous Klostertalerin is 29 years old, petite and radiates out a contentment, which is impressive. Nadine Wallner, two-time Freeride World Champion, has just returned from one of her favorite downhills - from Sonnenkopf to Klösterle.
For some years she is in the freeride scene and has already traveled the world: Peru, France, Alaska, the USA. And yet she always returns to her homeland, the Klostertal."The Arlberg is world famous, Lech-Zürs, St. Anton, probably the most known. There are many possibilities here. But Stuben and the Sonnenkopf are not so well-known and yet everything is in it: ski touring, liquid lines, pillows and high cliffs - you just have to know where. "The freedom Nadine talks about and experiences during freeriding is for them only in the mountains to find. "Knowing your own limits is, besides the right equipment, the most important thing about freeriding. Attending a freeride safety course or booking a guide from the region for the tour in a foreign area is certainly worthwhile. Then even an inexperienced free rider has the freedom you feel when you pull the first line into a pristine slope. "
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