Avalanche courses

Flat Sucks

Get out of the apartment.

Our events take place outdoors.

Flat Sucks

It is boring on the plain.

Our destinations are exclusively in the mountains.

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Guided ski and snow adventures

Discover unforgettable winter adventures at FlatSucks – from untracked powder slopes to long freeride runs and scenic ski tours. We are all about the mountain experience and familiarity with the mountain, the snow and minimizing risk. Unfortunately, in winter sports off the slopes there are some dangers and risks that must be taken into account. To gain the necessary know-how, we offer various freeride courses, ski camps and avalanche courses, so that you are optimally prepared for your adventure.

Our freeride and ski touring trips come in different levels of difficulty, so there is an adventure for everyone. Besides our home area around Innsbruck, the Nordkette and the Stubai Alps, we also explore the fantastic areas of Switzerland, France and Italy.

FlatSucks modular avalanche courses allow each participant, whether beginner or professional, to choose the course that best suits their needs. The decision for which course depends on your knowledge, experience and interests. Thus, we offer the perfect course for all skill levels.

We place special emphasis on safety and adapt our tours, camps and courses to the current conditions in order to minimize the residual risk. Nevertheless, the unforgettable experience is always the focus – whether on untouched slopes during lonely ski tours or in steep gullies in the Dolomites.

Dive into the world of freeriding and ski touring at FlatSucks and experience the fascination of winter sports in all its glory. Book your course or camp today and let’s explore the mountains together!

Pictures of our ski events

Our Bike Guides

Markus – Born in the hilly Innviertel region, it was clear at the latest when he moved to Innsbruck to study that a life without mountains would no longer be viable. He studied meteorology so he wouldn’t get caught in the rain on the road, but most of the time he’s outdoors anyway and takes the weather as it comes. After many years of bike guiding experience (over 50 Transalps) now fully in the mountain guide business. Markus is an all-rounder, whether with bike, ice tools, climbing pads or skis, he has fun everywhere. That’s why flatsucks, as long as the terrain isn’t flat, nothing stands in the way of a good day. Besides mountain sports, there is also photography. Of course, the guests benefit from this as well, because neat pictures of eventful tours are already a cool thing.

Thomas Peer – I live in the Stubaital, where I also grew up. Since my childhood I had many long winters, so I got into skiing at an early age. Very quickly I sought the adventure off-piste and to this day I am fascinated by ski touring in pristine landscapes. As a full-time mountain and ski guide, it is my desire to share my passion and experience with my guests.

Manfred – For Manfred, outdoor sports and exercise have always been a central part of his life. Be it skiing, snowboarding, ice climbing and cross-country skiing in winter, or cycling, climbing, mountaineering and windsurfing in summer. So it was only a logical step for him to go from being a youthful ski and snowboard instructor to becoming a state-certified mountain and ski guide and mountain bike guide. He has always remained an all-rounder, but it is on the bike and on skis that he has the most experience. Meanwhile, he passes on this enthusiasm for every variety of mountain sports not only to his children, but also to his customers.

Sabine – Grown up in Viehhofen, a small village in front of Saalbach Hinterglemm, she moved to Innsbruck to study sports science. When she’s not in college, she loves to spend her time on the snow or on the trails. Through her work as an instructor in the ski instructors association, ski guide and mountain bike guide, she likes to pass on her knowledge to like-minded people or those who want to become one.