We take the current situation around the virus very seriously.
Please do that too! Every single one has to act now!
Avoid excessive social contacts, go out just if you feel healthy and heed all publicly recommended measures! The faster that is implemented now, the sooner everything can normalize. Fingers crossed! 🤞
The official measures must now also be followed and we fully accept these decisions. Therefore, the Tyrolean ski lifts will be closed on March 15th until further notice.
Apart from this extremely difficult situation, we remain positive and hope being able to open the spring setup at a later date. keep you posted!
peace & stay healthy! 🙏
It’s hot on Saturday, April 18 – when young freestyle locals battle each other.
The Oberland tour is taking place for the 8th time and consists of a total of 4 tour stops in the Tyrolean Oberland. The finals will be held again this year at the Snowpark Kaunertal as part of the 4th tour stop.
On a perfectly shaped Slopestyle Spring Park, freeskiers of all ages can show what they are capable of and fight for the last tour and the total points.
S A V E T H E D A T E – Park still open to everyone!
(for day ticket owners & Tirol Card/Gletscher Card owners)
01. MAY / 08. MAY / 22. MAY
A contest in jam session format primarily addresses the youngsters in the ski and snowboard slopestyle area, but also the interaction between young and old. The main focus of the contest is the fun and passion for shredding.
Korua boards are fresh and already cult! Together with our Korua friends, the Korua Spring Camp will take place for the first time this year. In addition to the latest test boards, there are carving sessions and lots of action. More info soon!
S.O.U.L.S.H.R.E.D – This is a one-week event on the Kaunertal Glacier from May 5th to May 10th.
True to the motto “We do what we love and that 24/7”, we will offer you a bombastic framework program consisting of shred days, community shapes, art & music culture in addition to the SPRING CLASSICS.
Looking for innovative tricks and styles:
A new trend awaits you in both freeskiing and snowboarding: knuckle tricks! This trend is just so big that X-Games Aspen 2019 has already introduced the so-called “Knuckle Huck” as a single discipline.
Longest Handdrag (2 attempts/competitor)
Craziest Pretzel Butter (2 attempts/competitor)
Hardest technical overall trick (2 attempts/competitor)
Most stylish overall trick (2 attempts/competitor)
The team battle Kaunertal Snowpark X Alpitzpark is entering the grand finale.
The Battle Kaunertal Snowpark X Alpitzpark team is entering the grand finale. With a wink, each team represents their park and drives for fame and glory on three dates. The points system remains the same until the end and is based on footage voting via social media: it is your turn to push your team using online likes and comments. At the grand finale in 2020, 3 wildcard winners per team have the chance to join the team. More information on the social channels. Go for your team!
In Norwegian Duden, SKØLF is exactly between GAME OF SKATE and GOLF. Logically, it combines the playfulness of both Norwegian marginal sports, transports them into the snow and thereby becomes a mass movement – powered by Airblaster.
The MINI SKØLF has six holes or six challenges or tricks to master. Four attempts per hole, each attempt gives a point, the fewest points choose the winner. After the success of the international SKØLF tour in invitational format, Good Question Supplies, in cooperation with airblaster dealers, brings this session to the Kaunertal with a spring special. Say, EVERYONE can register.
The given tricks will not have a pro level, but participants should be familiar with the professional use of a snow park!