The right equipment is necessary when you go ski touring. Here’s an overview of the equipment before you venture out:
Basic equipment (Jacket, pants, gloves, helmet and goggles designed for skiing)
Specific equipment (Skis fitted with bindings designed for rando, skins and ski boots suitable for rando)
Safety equipment (avalanche transceiver or ARVA, snow shovel, probe and preferably airbag)
Depending on your level or approach to ski touring, the equipment may vary. There’s lighter and lighter equipment, and more and more pleasant descents. It’s up to you to create your own image of ski touring! Whether it’s for smashing uphill records, exploring wilderness areas or planning descents in untouched snowfields.