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Daily programme:
In the morning you will meet your mountain or ski guide before making your way either on skis, or with a bus or taxi to the helicopter take-off site situated on the Flexen Pass.

The helicopter will drop you off at Schneetäli or Mehlsack, the 2 possible starting points for the freeride descent. After approx. 1200m of altitude difference and 10 minutes along the cross-country trail you will reach Zug and the Zuger Bergbahn (chair lift).  At the top of the chair lift there is another take-off site for additional flights or you can continue to ski (or board) into the Arlberg ski area and down to Lech.

It is best to book at short notice to take into account the weather and snow conditions - approx. 1 week in advance.
Reservations are also possible up to 1-2 days in advance.
Phone: +43 5446 3311.

Please ensure you have appropriate insurance.

You are a good skier on and off the slopes, can ski safely in all types of snow and already have some deep snow experience!

Prices: 2019/20
A flight from the Flexen Pass to Schneetäli or Mehlsack costs
approx. EURO 500,- per flight for a maximum of 4 persons per helicopter.
The flight is only possible on weekdays and is carried out by Wucher Helikopter.

The following non-binding guide prices apply (according to the recommendation issued by the Austrian Association of Mountain and Ski Guides):

Day tour 5 hours from € 345,- or 6 hours from € 390,-

Prices are for 1 person, each additional person € 30,-

Heli-skiing groups: € 150,- per person per day, minimum 3 people.

Please bring your winter clothing and freeride kit including avalanche safety equipment: shovel and probe; avalanche transceiver; a backpack and/or an airbag.
If you don't have all of the equipment you can also rent items from us or in one of the sports shops.

Don't forget your GoPro / camera!
The flight and the mountain landscape with a view of the Verwall and the Silvretta groups, the Lech valley and the Swiss Alps is an absolute dream!
These descents are also suitable for boarders!
(Snowboarders - please bring telescopic poles with you.)