Chamonix and its surrounding are a dream for advanced freeriders. Join Sébastien, IFMGA certified mountain guide, in this 5-day tour to the best couloirs.
Chamonix is the place to be if you want to enjoy the best steep slopes for freeride or off-piste ski. Indeed, the area offers many possibilities, and we will explore several great spots. For example Grands Montets, Tour and Brevent.
Exciting couloirs, both short and long, of up to 40° are in our program!
This 5-day course is open to people who already have a good level of off-piste skiing.
During the week, we will see how to:
– Progress in steep slopes
– Assess and manage the risks associated with this practice
– Use the transceiver, shovel and probe
– Get someone out of a crevasse
Each morning, we meet in Chamonix at 8:45AM and leave for a new and exciting adventure.
– February: 6 and 13
– March: 13 and 20
– April: 3 and 10
If these dates don’t suit you, just say so and we can plan new ones. And if you are alone, don’t hesitate to register since I can put groups together to be at least 3 people.
Did you find this trip around Chamonix tempting? Then please contact me and let’s go together!
I love skiing in the area, therefore I offer many programs there. If you want to see another option, have a look at this one, also in Chamonix!
This is an example of off-piste skiing in Chamonix, advanced level. I reserve the right to modify it at any time depending on the level of the participants and the weather conditions.
Group size: 3 or 4 people. I will loan you a harness and a transceiver.
This will be a day of off-piste skiing in Brevent. The area offers short slopes of up to 35°. It’s therefore ideal to learn how to turn in steep slopes without being afraid.
Today we go to Tour, where the objective is the Posettes couloir, 800 vertical meters with 35°-40° passages.
Depending on the conditions, we may go to the corridor twice during the day.
A beautiful day of backcountry skiing in Grands Montets. This off-piste ski area is huge and it is known worldwide. The snow here remains very fresh, sheltered by the north face of the Verte. We can descend many short couloirs with 45° slopes.
A perfect time to discover the steepest itinerary in the famous Valée Blanche route: Grand Envers. With 2800 m of negative vertical drop, this descent offers two difficult passages at 40° as well as a fabulous journey in the midst of immense crevasses.
For this last day in Chamonix, I propose to do two mayor couloirs: the couloir from ENSA to Brevent and the straight couloir in the Grands Montets. A total of 3500 m of negative vertical drop, averaging 40° in the couloirs. Not to mention the superb slopes at the foot of the Drus.
IFMGA / UIAGM Mountain Guide -
Sébastien is originally from Toulon. Before he dedicated his time fully to his passion, mountaineering, he has completed a degree in Alpine Geography.
His thirst for adventure took him from countries such as Turkey and Peru to the high mountains of Pakistan .
Since 2000, he work as a Mountain Guide in Chamonix, La Clusaz and all over the world.
Five amazing days ,professional and friendly service. Keep Calm and Climbing with Sebastien Lauren
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Grâce à Sebastien L vous repoussez vos limites! Exigent mais attentif il vous amènera découvrir des paysages hors des sentiers battus...avec la cool attitude. Bref un super guide!
Pascal Le Flao
Una página estupenda, interesante, una guía talentosa, agradable y sencilla con la que nos complace compartir nuestra pasión por la montaña. Gracias Sebastián!
Super semaine avec Sébastien et Guillaume. Très partant pour refaire un stage!!!
Group of 1
|EUR 1800 each|
Group of 2
|EUR 900 each|
Group of 3
|EUR 600 each|
Group of 4
|EUR 450 each|
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- Guiding fee
The price does not include the guide´s expenses (accommodation, meals, lift tickets, etc).