Jan, Feb, Mar, Apr, Dec
We will meet at Geneva or Sion Airport at around 5.00 pm. From there. we will be transferred to Zermatt. Once we are settled, we will have a trip briefing and instructions on how to use the safety equipment with ABS air-bag, radio, and transceivers.
We will start off with a Klein Mattherhorn Champoluc descent. Then, a helicopter will drop us off at Tête de Valpelline (3800 m). From there we snowboard down the La Sage descent, one of the most beautiful in the alps. Finally, we will spend the night in Arolla / La Sage
On day three we have two options:
1- We will begin the day with a helidrop on Pigne d’Arolla (3796 m). Then, we will enjoy the Arolla descent. We can also go for a second helidrop in this area or try some off-piste snowboarding. Finally, we will spend the night in Arolla/ La Sage
2- We will start the day with a helidrop on Rosablanche (3336 m). Then we will enjoy the Verbier descent and try some off-piste snowboarding in the area of Verbier 4 Vallees. We will spend the night in Verbier.
On our last day, we will also have to options:
1-We will start with a helidrop on Petit Combin (3600 m). Then we will have the possibility of a second helidrop or off-piste snowboarding in Verbier. Overnight in Verbier.
2- We will kick off with a helidrop on Trient (3280 m). From there, we will descent to the village of Tour (Chamonix). Finally, we will return to the airport.
Geneva or Sion Airport.
3 star hotel in a double room and on bed and breakfast basis. Supplement for a single room is CHF 320.
- A video or photos of the trip are included in the price.
- Full safety equipment with ABS air-bag, transceiver, shovel, probe and harness are included.
- If you are interested in doing several extra runs, please mention this when you make your reservation.
- The average ski run is roughly 2000 vertical meters and it takes around 90 to 180 minutes to complete it, depending on your ability and on the itinerary.
I have been the owner of the mountain guide office since 2004. My father was a mountain guide and I grew up in the Val d’ Hérens. I live now for many years in Verbier. I graduated from the l'école hôtelière de Lausanne in 1993 and then began my mountain guide training. Well travelled I have guided through the mountains of the Andes, the Himalayas, Alaska, Turkey and Greenland. I'm also a Swiss Snow Sports graduate and a dual paragliding pilot.
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