Feb 10

Powder skiing till dark | Knee deep in Austria’s Arlberg

Ryder-Walker’s sister company, Alpenglow Ski Safaris, just finished the first of their guided trips for this winter in the “cradle of skiing,” the Arlberg region of Austria.

The snow was great and everyone got to ski as much powder as daylight allowed. We took advantage of the conditions and the ability of moving uphill with touring gear to places like this, the Maroikopf, above Stuben.

The real pleasure stemmed from the happiness of our guests.

Judy writes:


Again want to thank you for the BEST SKI TRIP OF OUR LIVES.  It was so much fun to revisit the Arlberg region and be able to ski stuff we were not able to ski prior.  It was so much fun to again ski with you.  Loved staying in one place.  Loved that it was the Mondschein Hotel in Stuben.

Our next ski tour is the Paradiski-Val d’Isère, France.
April 5-12, 2014.

Cheers, Daniel

Top image: Guest Norm getting deep above the resort of Warth, Austria.
Bottom: Hanging out above Stuben, Austria.

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