off piste skiing
” Zammermoos chair “
Ah yes there is a short black piste leading to the bottom of this chair. But there are two parallel gullies on the right ( going down) which are easily accessed from above and were mucho fun! They just drop you below the chair onto the happy valley run down to the village.
I also remember dropping into st Christophe from behind the Galzig Bahn top station. Got bogged at the bottom when it goes flat -,virtually swam through snow to the hospitz alm for a hot chocolate.
The other but I remember is numerous runs off the old two man chair at the highest point on rendl leading down to the normal pistes.Posted 5 years agoFunkyDuncMember
It make me chuckle when skiers lose their skis in the powder – where’s the shame of getting some leashes or ribbons – you made snowboarders wear them for long enough.
Ok probably my comments around bindings were not appropiate for beginners off piste, but I would argue that you SHOULD be of a standard moving off piste that you know how to fall not to really hurt yourself.
As I said though, ribbons will not help, if your ski comes off in proper powder on a reasonably steep slope, you will not be getting back up the slope any time soon, or putting it back on.
Glad you enjoyed it Bushwacked.Posted 4 years ago
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