Off-piste skiing
with a UIAGM mountain guide

Individual and group lessons

    Off-piste skiing
    with a UIAGM mountain guide

    Chamonix is the birthplace of off-piste skiing and a well known mecca for freeriding.

    We offer skiing with a personalized ski guide.
    This Program is for everyone, from those who want to improve their off-piste skiing technique to experienced powder enthusiasts who want to challenge Chamonix's famous and steep pistes, such as the Pas de Chevre or the couloirs of the Grand Montets.
    Whether you want to ski in the White Valley, explore the open spaces of the glaciers or go further afield to Courmayeur and the Toul glacier, we are here to help you get the most out of off-piste skiing with us.

    We have extensive knowledge of the local terrain and ski conditions in the Mont Blanc valley.
    We will find you an unforgettable skiing experience on the best snow in the area, while ensuring your safety.

    Our goal is to give you the best possible ski vacation and skiing on stunning snow, without worrying about the weather and conditions.
    for any level of complexity
    Any technical level and any physical fitness is welcome

    on request

    Available December through April annually
    6 persons

    maximum number of participants in a group per 1 guide
    500 €
    Individual participation
    300 € per 1 participant
    Group of 2 participants
    250 € per 1 participant
    Group of 3 participants
    200 € per 1 participant
    Group of 4 participants
    180 € per 1 participant
    Group of 5 participants
    160 € per 1 participant
    Group of 6 participants
    Price includes:
    • mountain guide services
    • equipment for the group: ropes, safety equipment, etc.
    Not included:
    • use of elevators specified in the program
    • avalanche transceiver, shovel, feeler and harness rental
    • picnics and meals
    • insurance
    • personal drinks
    • personal technical equipment

    List of equipment for off-piste skiing

    We recommend that you take special care when choosing your outfit, as the success of your day depends on it. As a general rule, it is better to wear thin layers of clothing than one thick, and often restrictive, layer of clothing.

    • Standard ski equipment is sufficient. Check the bindings before the trip
    • One backpack per person to which skis can be attached
    • Gazebo and one carabiner with coupling (if skiing on a glacier)
    • Avalanche gauge, shovel, avalanche probe
    • Ski helmet

    • Classic cold-weather skiing apparel

    • Sunglasses or goggles
    • Sunscreen
    • A small snack or energy bars
    • Water bottle or light thermos for 0.5 - 0.7 liters
    +33 6 70 54 72 30
    France, Chamonix
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