Join our guide on an advanced ski touring in the mountains. The focus is to find some great off-piste skiing.
Ski touring is a wonderful way to experience some good off-piste skiing, above and outside the slopes. On this tour there will be a lot of time to find some great skiing. If the weather conditions are good there will also be opportunities to go to the bigger mountains in the area of Funäsfjällen.
Normally we go to Mittåkläppen and Skarvarna. Later in the seson (from around the 2dn of Mars) we also offer, on request and supplement, tours to Skarsfjället and Helags.
We are out in the mountains all day and we pause for lunch. The pace is adapted to the group's ability and suits the one that has previously gone on the top trip. The pace is adapted to the group's ability and suits the one who has previously attended ski touring
Equipment for the tour can be rented at Ramundberget's sports shop Topsport. Transceiver, probe and shovel are included.
At 9.00 am - about 4.00 pm
Meet up point at Topsport Ramundberget at 9 o´klock, arrive 30 minutes earlier if you need equipment rental.
Randonnée- or splitboard equipment with climbing skins and avalanche package (transceiver, probe, shovel). You can rent all of this at Topsport Ramundberget for SEK 450/person. (This is a special price for booking a guided Topsports ski tour).
Your own backpack (at least 30L) with the mandatory equipment, warm clothes and your lunch bag.
Number of people:
Maximum 8 persons per guide. Minimum 2 persons for the ski tour to happen. If the ski tour gets fullboked, please contact the booking and we will hopefully bring out one more guide.
From 16 years old. You need the physical strength to walk up in a faster pace and fix rougher snow on your way down. The smallest ski boots has got size 36 and your weight must be at least 45 kilos for the binding to work.
To book this activity you have to pre-book the day before the activity at the latest 4pm.
Information: +46684 - 66 88 00 or firstname.lastname@example.org
The activity can change due to the weather conditions and the avalanche risks.