FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Kästle Adventure Tours Announce the 2010 Calendar
August 18, 2009 (Wels, Austria) – The 2010 Kästle Adventure Tours offer a range of
unique and exclusive skiing programs that take clients to exciting mountain ranges from
the French Alps to the vast heliskiing terrain in North America. The Kästle Adventure
Tours cater to the expert freerider to proficient on‐piste skiers with limited off‐piste
experience. The tours are built around the focuses of the Kästle athlete tour guides and
the terrain they explore.
The Kästle Adventure Tours employ local UIAGM certified mountain guides who are
primarily responsible for guiding and general logistics of the group. This allows the
Kästle Adventure Tour athlete to focus on the clients. Athletes will give valuable tips and
technical feedback to help the evolution of clients’ skiing abilities.
“The Kästle Adventure Tours trips are designed to help clients take their skiing to the
next level. Guests can book the camp that best fits their ability and afterwards book one
that continues to challenge them, helping them become a stronger skier,” states Kästle
Adventure Tours coordinator and Kästle Athlete Lorraine Huber.
The Kästle Adventure Tours trips run from January through March 2010. Clients can
choose from adventures like: a Freeride Entry Camp Krippenstein, Austria a 15,000
vertical meters in three days endeavor; Freeski by boat in the Lyngen Alps – 60 summits
over 1000 meters flaking the Fjord’s shores providing the vast playground for ski touring
and freeriding from coast to a mountain peak and back to the ocean or experience nine
days of exclusive Heliskiing in Skeena/British Columbia peaks surrounded by untouched
powder. For a complete list of trips visit:
About Kästle Ltd.
In 2007, a small group of passionate Austrian skiers, designers and entrepreneurs re‐launched the storied
Kästle ski brand. With support from strategic partners and investors Cross Industries Inc., owners of KTM
motorcycles, Kästle manufactured a limited line of high performance skis for 2008. The 2009 line now
offers eight models, including the original four international ski test award winners. Kästle is
headquartered in Wels, Austria in the heart of the Alps. Kästle skis are available at selected North
American and European retailers. For more information, visit www.kastle‐ski.com.