The Freeride World Tour ends in a beautiful and sunny Verbier with the grand finale.
Introduction to the ISTA program
Since the age of 26 years, Stephan has earned his living as a professional alpinist and mountain guide.
Basic avalanche risk prevention skills
A safety workshop with the FWT Athletes.
Robert Bolognesi is a nivologist and director of the Meteorisk bureau in Sion where he has studied avalanches for more than 35 years.
100 Sherpas ISTA Certified! Words from Mischu Wirth, partner at Kobler & Partner and ISTA instructor.
Guidefinder is an app created by mountain enthusiasts for mountain enthusiasts to share their passion
Swiss freerider Richard Amacker’s new film
ISTA is very excited to launch a partnership with Explore-Share.
Winter is just around the corner and this Shades of Winter film by Sandra Lahnsteiner will be all the motivation you need.
It’s coming, folks: first snow has fallen on our mountains and the peaks are turning white again.
Starts in Zermatt are scheduled for Tuesday, April 19, and Friday, April 22, 2016.
The first weekend of April saw the Freeride World Tour return to its spiritual home in Verbier.
When an avalanche rips out from under you...
The athletes put a superb spectacle for the fans during the finals of the Nendaz Freeride
Some of the tours best FWT riders came together to complete their ST1 training!
Thank you to the first riders of the Freeride World Tour who recently did their ISTA training.
What better way to symbolize our international development than a campaign to sail around the world in record time?
Over 30 new MENTORS, all UIAGM certified, some of which came from far away!
A great artist joins the ISTA team!
Last test day of the avalanche course!
High delegation of the Bureau des Guides de Verier as well as some of the Swiss Ski School teachers discover ISTA
The Freeride World Tour chose ISTA as their Education Partner
We were pleased to welcome Val d’Aosta delegation composed of members of the Montagna Sicura Foundation
The first official tests for the DISCOVERY and ST1 trainings took place in Verbier (VS) last February 20th and March 7th.