Grand Brianconnais, France, Guided Off-Piste Skiing

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Come and enjoy a half-day off-piste skiing adventure on the slopes of Grand Brianconnais in the Haute-Alpes area of France with IFMGA certified guide Guillaume.

Not specified

Alps

1/2 Day

Jan, Feb, Mar, Nov

Fit

Intermediate


Description

Skiing in the Alps of France is something that puts a smile on any skier’s face. And on this half-day trip, I would like to take you off-piste skiing in the beautiful Grand Brianconnais area of the Haute-Alpes department.

Full of blue sky and sunshine, yet also filled with an abundance of snow in the winter, the Grand Brianconnais is a great place for skiing. There are several wonderful places you can choose from on this off-piste skiing trip. Some examples include the following.

  • Serre Chevalier

  • Montgenevre

  • Vars

  • Puy Saint Vincent

  • Queyras

Each one of these wonderful areas is unique in the skiing experience it offers. For example, Montgenevre has the famed milky way, which includes Sestriere, Sauze d’Oulx, San Sicario, Cesana, and Torinese. Meanwhile, Serre Chevalier, also known as the pearl of the Alps, was the Luc Alphand station winner of the Alpine Ski World Cup in 1997.

With such a rich reputation, the ski areas throughout the Grand Brianconnais are well worth a visit. And on this off-piste skiing trip, based on your skill level, weather and snow conditions, we will find the perfect spot for you! And because of the wide variety, there are routes that require absolutely no prior off-piste experience. However, you should be in good physical condition to participate.

Do you want to enjoy approximately 3 hours of great off-piste skiing in a beautiful area? Then join me at the Grand Brianconnais. Let’s together choose the best area for you, so you can have an unforgettable time. To get started, all you have to do is send me a request.

Would you like to enjoy more winter season adventures in the Haute-Alpes? Then come and join me for a day of exciting ice climbing!

Details

Accommodation

There are comfortable accommodation options in the area that I would be happy to recommend to you.

More info

Participants should bring the following items with them: a pair of sunglasses and good quality ski mask, a hat or hood or helmet, a fleece jacket or warm sweater, a windbreaker or ski suit, one or two pairs of gloves, ski pants or technical goretex pants, ski boots, ski socks, skis, ski poles, a small backpack, a thermos or gourd, camera, lip balm and a pocket knife, as well as a valid national identity card or passport.

Meeting point

The meeting point will be determined based on where you would like to ski and where you live or are residing at the time.

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About the guide

I have been a High Mountain Guide since 1991, Alpine Ski instructor since 1999 and MTB Instructor since 2014. I am a member of the Oisans Ecrins Guides Company.
I propose to you activities without accommodation and other services, according to your desires, skiing, climbing, hiking, snowshoeing, mountain biking…
If you prefer an “all inclusive” trip with accommodation, full equipment provided, transportation, it’s also possible to do so.


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Prices per person

Group of 3

EUR 62 Each

Group of 4

EUR 62 Each

Group of 5

EUR 62 Each

Group of 6

EUR 62 Each

Group of 7

EUR 62 Each

Group of 8

EUR 62 Each

Want a different number of travellers?

Price includes

- Guiding fee

Price details

To ski off the slopes of Grand Brianconnais, the cost is 85 Euros per person from 3 to 8 people.

The price does include the loaning of safety equipment, including DVA, shovel and probe, but does not include the lift pass cost as well as the cost of renting skiing equipment if you do not own any.




 

 

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