Under the guidance of a mountain guide, you can participate in various activities and courses parallel or as a complement to ski testing.

Tours and Courses

Safe! – Avalanche Safety Management in the field | book |

Completed! – Titlis Roundtour | book |

Style! – Freeride Skitechnique with Freeridepro and Mountain Guide | book |

Exposed! – Exotic Skitour and Ski Mountaineering| book |

Scared! – Adventure Skitour with Rappel & Couloir Skiing | book |

Ski & Fly! – Try Out Ski & Fly; the future of Freeride | book |


Fly! – Ski & Fly

Easy entry in the future of Freeride and Skitouring

You don’t have a license to fly yet? No problem, try it out under professional instruction!

When it’s green below, you usually end your ski tour or freeride descent too early. The arduous descent by foot could become the new normal with the “modern winter” and its global warming.

With a lightweight single skin (max. 2kg incl. harness), you can fly comfortably with your skis to après ski or to the next powder run.


The Ski & Fly workshop will introduce you to the new world and give you a stepping stone to learn this fascinating possibility. 

On a practice slope near Trübsee you will learn the most important basics about material and weather, start with the skis, flying and the landing. If you are talented, you can also experience the feeling of half flying and half skiing.

Duration: 3 – 4 hours // Guiding: Flight Instructor SHV

  • Training block “Material & Theory” (short)
    • Paragliding in general
    • Singleskins for Ski & Fly
    • Harnesses
    • Wind & Weather Basics
  • Application flights
    • Launch preparation
    • Independent take off with skis
    • Flight experience
    • Landing with skis
    • maybe skiing/flight or touch-go

Between flights (about 100hm) you climb back up with the skis and skins. You should make 3-4 starts and flights.


  • You don’t need any flying skills / training
  • Good skiing technique
  • Endurance for ascent 300hm with skins

Did you catch fire after the test day? The “Ski & Fly” course is the ideal introduction to your further flight training to be able to realize goals like these…

In cooperation with Flugschule Aerosport



Safe! – Avalanche Safety Management in the field 

Avalanche prevention training

According to the current avi situation and touring in the field, we give you our experience on the subject of avalanche prevention. What do we do and why we do not do something else on that specific day? Where is the best place to ski our planned line and above all why do we ski that line? What to do if things turn out differently than planned? These and many other questions occupy us every day, and we are happy to share our thoughts with you.

Guidance: Mountain Guide IVBV

  • Prevention
    (Bulletin, practice-oriented tour planning, rolling tour planning, human factor)
  • Behavior in the terrain
    (line selection, safe points, group tactics)

Avalanche training companion rescue / first aid

If things do go completely wrong, we want to be prepared for emergencies. Even if you do everything right, you may have to help in a difficult situation. Do you have your avalanche beacon fully under control and are you fast enough even under stress? Can you also solve complex situations in the necessary time?

Guidance: Moutain Guide IVBV & Ski Patrouilleur

  • Companion Rescue
    • Searching, probing, shoveling
    • multible burial
  • First Aid for Freerider and Ski Tourer
    • Minor accidents
    • Assistance avalanche accidents



Completed! – Titlis Rundtour

Titlis Round Trip

For the trip around Titlis the complete package is required! You have to use everything you have. What you can’t do yet, we’ll show you! Skiing, scrambling over the knife, abseiling in two couloirs, stimulating ascent over glaciers and one of the best descents back to Engelberg are waiting for you. If conditions are good, we can also add one of the extravagant “king lines” in the Engelberg valley. Guided and coached by a motivated mountain guide.

Duration: 1 Day // Guiding: Mountain Guide IVBV

  • Coaching “scrambling/climbing” over exposed areas
  • Abseiling in couloirs
  • Coaching Brucharst skiing
  • Coaching hairpin turns
  • Great descent with hopefully powder
  • (possibly King-Line to Engelberger)


  • Willingness to leave the comfort zone
  • Very good ski technique in offpiste skiing
  • Motivated for a 2-3hrs ascent with climbing skins


Style! – Learn Freeride Ski Technique from a Freeride Pro 

Ski Technique Freeride

Let yourself inspire by the extremely playful and beautiful ski technique of Freeride Professional Piers Solomon. In a pragmatic way he will show you how you can work on your freeride technique. Expand your horizons and have fun skiing with more flow & new (easy) freestyle elements.

Duration: 1 Day // Guiding: Ski-Coach & Freeride Pro Piers Solomon or Mountain Guide

  • safe skiing in off piste terrain
  • individual skiing technique in different snow types
  • for advanced skiers: flow & style // playful skiing
    (drops, jumps, slash turns, hot-dogging, buttering, etc.)



Exposed! – Exotic Sturday Skimountaineering

Winter mountaineering thrill

Do you want to expand your skiing horizon? Then ski mountaineering is definitely the right thing for you! Regardless of the current conditions, the combination of mountaineering and skiing is always cool! By the Via Ferrata at the Jochpass, with tips & tricks on rope belaying, you’ll embark on the somewhat exotic ski tour to the Schafberg or Graustock. Pumped arms and bare nerves guaranteed.

Duration: 1 Day // Guiding: Mountain Guide IVBV


  • Preparation winter mountaineering
  • Introduction of the gear
  • Training block crampons & ice axe
  • Training block Miro pitches
  • Application tour via via ferrata to Schafberg or Graustock
  • Great descent

Very good fitness and some climbing experience is the mandatory basis…



Scared! – Adventure Skitour

Ski Mountaineering / Adventure Skiing

In a real freeride area like the Titlis, you need the right skills to shift the step from the ordinary runs to the adventure terrain. Often you have to “scramble” short places or abseil into a gully / couloir. This is not only to get to the good snow, but this is an experience by itself.

Duration: 1 Day // Guiding: Mountain Guide IVBV

  • Training block “Rope & More” based on different situations
    • Equipment
    • Knots
    • Abseiling normal & improvised
    • Anchorages in rock, ice and snow
  • Skiskills 40° plus
    • Assessment special case couloirs
    • Safe skiing in steep terrain
    • Jumpturns
    • Sliding sideways, kick turns etc.

To ski in such terrain the conditions must be perfect.



Mountain Guide

The team of young and motivated mountain guides.

Daniel Perret

“Adventure terrain skiing means a lot to me. With a little imagination and the right skills, you can have a good experience in all conditions. Thanks to rope & climbing skins, you can reach slopes and gullies that make your heart beat faster.”

Dani was born and raised in the same area as Piers. Already as a child but surely as a teenager the adventure in the mountains always attracted him. He liked the lonely and isolated terrain. On skis, mountain boots, climbing shoes or trail running boots: In all disciplines he feels at home. The focus is less on performance, but much more on lasting experiences with the highest possible safety.

Dani is a full time mountain guide in winter as well as summer, based in Engelberg. He is always discovering the Engelberg valley and the surrounding areas in the Alps with open eyes and likes to share the newly gained ideas with you.

www.mountainguide-dani.com // www.EngelbergMountainGuide.ch




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