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Our Freeride Camps in Tyrol

Welcome to Flat Sucks, the leading travel provider for unforgettable freeride, off-piste and deep snow camps in Tyrol and beyond. Experience the ultimate adventure in the majestic mountains, surrounded by pristine powder slopes and picturesque landscapes.

Our freeride camps offer unparalleled opportunities to get off the beaten path. Discover untracked slopes and experience the freedom of deep snow skiing in its purest form. Our experienced guides will take you to the best spots and help you take your freeride skills to the next level.

At Flat Sucks, we place great emphasis on safety and offer comprehensive expertise. Our camps are designed to strengthen your understanding of the risks involved in alpine terrain. We teach you the necessary knowledge about avalanche danger, route planning and the correct use of equipment so that you can enjoy your off-piste experiences safely and confidently.

Our deep snow camps offer different levels of difficulty to suit individual needs and abilities. Whether you’re an experienced freerider or just starting out, you’ll find the program that’s right for you. From beginner courses to advanced technique workshops, we have everything you need to make your freeride adventure an unforgettable experience.

Escape the mainstream and experience the freedom of freeriding in the Tyrolean Alps. Book your freeride, off-piste or deep snow camp at Flat Sucks now and discover the endless possibilities off-piste. Immerse yourself in the world of deep snow skiing and feel the thrill of gliding through untouched masses of snow. Don’t miss the chance to become part of our freeride community and experience the beauty of the mountains in its purest form. Contact us today and secure your spot in one of our exclusive camps.

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Our mountain and ski guides

Michael Mayrhofer – A Saalbacher who moved to Innsbruck many years ago. For a long time he was simply a ski instructor, full time. Thereby always on the highest level and also at some freeride contests at the start. Meanwhile, the educator, mountain guide, coach and much more. His experience, his trained eye and his easy to understand and motivating way with which he explains complex things, have so far improved almost everyone technically with whom he was on the road. Despite his skiing career, Michi is not one to follow the curriculum. When skiing, not everyone should look the same, it must be free, dynamic and yet stylish.

Lisa Horst grew up in Swabia, was abroad in British Columbia and then in Innsbruck for her studies. Meanwhile, she trained as a state-certified ski instructor and ski guide, and has been freelancing on the snow for over 15 years since then. Resident in Ostallgäu, but at home on the slopes, in powder, ski touring and telemark.

Markus Emprechtinger: 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.

Sabine Schipflinger – 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.

Patrick is a snow person, bikedad, and mountain guide. For him, it’s the depth meters that count, 365 days a year. However, it’s not about quantity, but quality. When the snow is bad, he stays at home, but then he is again the first in the field when there is fresh snow.

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.