Antenne

Arlberg

Lech - Zuers

Challenging terrain for the experienced on leeside slopes.

Freeride Skiing Severe

Distance
4.1 km
Ascent
168 m
Descent
676 m
Low Point
1.9 km
High Point
2.6 km
Gradient
40˚
Antenne Map

From top of the Trittkopf gondola turn left and start hiking up to the antenna. Beware, here is usually a large cornice along the entire ridge so do not get too close to the edge, this also indicates the run is on the leeside. From the antenna head down towards a broad shoulder then head right onto some steep then levelling out terrain into the Pazueltal valley where one will connect with the freeride route from Valluga. There are many options to take once off the broad shoulder and there is some amazing fun terrain to be found in this valley and all lines will lead to the Pazueltal valley and then eventually onto the Trittalpe chairlift. The lower part of this run can be accessed via the Hexenboden chairlift and a traverse around the shoulder. This valley has a great feeling of being far away from the ski area and a true backcountry feel yet still accessible via lifts.

Difficulty

Severe

Steep skiing at 38-45 degrees. This requires very good technique and the risk of falling has serious consequences.

Medium Exposure (E2)

2 out of 4

As well as the slope itself, there are some obstacles (such as rock outcrops) which could aggravate injury.

Remoteness

3 out of 4

Little chance of being seen or helped in case of an accident.

Best time to visit

January, February, March, April

Features

  • Trees
  • Cliffs
  • Walk Required

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