Conceptualized by freeski network, the Stubai Prime Park Sessions are a top level on-snow training facility for professional freeskiers and snowboarders. Drawing from our own experience as former athletes, coaches and team managers, it is our goal to provide a perfect training environment that supports all the ingredients to aid athlete progression. These framework conditions include travel and accommodation, provision of off-snow activities and dry land training facilities, as well as stress free transportation to the hill.

Most importantly, the Stubai Prime Park provides a terrain park unlike anywhere else at this time of the year. Together with our years of experience and partnership with Europe’s top shape company, Schneestern, the features are planned and constructed with utmost perfectionism. Additionally, the parks south-sided terrain and daily winched landings ensure maximum safety, and the shape crew is constantly available to quickly react to athletes needs, ideas and improvements for the park. Altogether, these factors are enhanced by the unique atmosphere that is generated when world class snowboarders and freeskiers gather to feed of each other enthusiasm and push their skills in the safest and best possible environment.  



freeski network is the link between the German Ski Federation and the national freeski structures: the National Team, the Bavarian Team and the Base Teams. Not just focusing on their athletic progress we also help them find solutions to finance and balance their life with regards to school/work and their sports career.

One of our goals is to give athletes the chance to develop their skills and become a complete skier, not just a park rat. “Die Bergstation” is our first choice when it comes to avalanche and mountaineering knowledge and we will keep providing those educationtional opportunities for the freeskiing scene.

Since 2005 die Sportschule Puch has cultivated their knowledge in extreme and alternative sports just like freeskiing. They have been working together with Red Bull and Oakley sponsored athletes since then in order to help them professionalize their physical and mental training. Without them, some of our fellow skiers would not have been able to fight their way back to the top.