Ski Adventure Mürren/Lauterbrunn, Switzerland



Do you want to get to know the world-class freeride area in the Jungfrau region, nestled between mountains like the Eiger, Jungfrau and Mönch? Are you also keen to challenge yourself and brush up on your avalanche awareness skills?  Then look no further than this Kästle Adventure Tour with Kästle Freeride Pro Sascha Schmid, a true Schildhorn local, and UIAGM mountain guide Stefan Urfer. Join them on countless runs down the Schilthorn, leaving tracks through the virgin snow and finding the best lines in the area on your Kästle skis.

22.02 - 25.02.2014
Number of participants:
max. 6
Sascha Schmid
1.195,00 €

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Follow the tracks of James Bond:

22,000 vertical meters in 4 days

January 18, 2014:

- Meeting point: 9:30am at Silberborn in Lauterbrunn
- adjustment of KÄSTLE skis, distribution of avalanche safety equipment
- start of the day with a warm up round in the ski area, followed by some off piste runs
- avalanche rescue training and filming
- film and video analysis back at the hotel

January 19 and 20, 2014:

During the day, a clinic on freeride technique with on-hill instruction and filming. Wrap up the day with video analysis and avalanche awareness workshops.

January 21, 2014:

Start the day with a “James Bond” breakfast at the top of the Schilthorn, followed by a run towards Hundshorn and an evaluation of the best ascent and descent line to the valley floor. Wrap up the week with a final feedback and departure.

KÄSTLE ADVENTURE TOURS ATHLET: Coaching with Kästle Pro Team athlete Sascha Schmid

KÄSTLE ADVENTURE TOURS GUIDE: UIAGM internationally certified mountain guide Stefan Urfer


- KÄSTLE Freeski-Equipment
- Individual use and adjustment of Kästle Freeride Equipment
- 4 days coaching with Kästle pro Team Athlet Sascha Schmid
- 4 days guiding with UIAGM mountain guide Stefan Urfer
- 3 nights twin superior room accommodation with half board
- 1 James Bond breakfast on the top of Schilthorn
- Lifttickets for 4 days
- Avalanche awareness workshop
- Videoanalysis
- Avalanche safety equipment including backpack,avalanche transceiver, shovel and probe


Wearing an ABS backsack is recommended. Contact Rob Hakenberg
( for hiring a backpack.


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