Deep snow skiing course in Central Switzerland

The Hohe Ybrig, in the Swiss Alps, is the perfect place for a 1-day deep snow skiing course to improve your skills with a certified mountain guide.




Trip Duration

1 day

Mountain Range


People per Guide

Trip Level


Offer Period

Jan, Dec

Type of Trip

Not specified



    Join me in some of the most beautiful slopes of Switzerland to improve your skiing skills. I planned this 1-day deep snow skiing course to allow ski lovers to gain confidence and skills for their future adventures.

    If possible, we will go to the Hohe Ybrig (High Ybrig), a ski area in the Canton of Schwyz, 55 kilometers from Zurich. There are different cablecars that will allow to go up this mountainous region. To rest, enjoy the mountain and taste the cuisine, we will stop for lunch at a restaurant (not included).

    I will help you improve your skiing techniques on deep snow with different exercises, including strength exercises. We will first work on the pistes, to then use the various tips and tricks off-piste, where the deep snow will be waiting for us.

    The focus is to learn techniques that will help you when ski touring or freeride skiing.

    If the weather and snow conditions don’t make it possible to go to Hohe Ybrig, don’t worry! As you might know, the skiing options in Switzerland are almost endless. I will determine, probably shortly before the trip, the best destination for our course.

    Interested in this 1-day deep snow skiing course? Then please send me a request! Check out the planned departure dates (and ask me if you are thinking of other dates). 

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    Price per person

    Group of 1
    95 EUR


    Price includes

    • Guiding fee
     Lunch at the restaurant is not included in the price.

    Other details

    Skill level required


    Fitness level required


    Meeting point

    We will decide it shortly before the trip.

    More info

    Equipment: suitable clothing, touring skis with skins, poles, avalanche transceiver, shovel, probe, goggles, sunscreen. I recommend carrying an avalanche airbag.

    If you need to rent some of the technical equipment please contact me.


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