The Haute route is not just a route, but a thrilling journey. It will take you from Chamonix, France to Zermatt, Switzerland. And over the course of 8 days, you will have the chance to enjoy it, while accumulating enough memories to last a lifetime.
Throughout the Haute route, you will typically be at altitudes between 2000 and 4000 metres. That means you will not just be near the peaks of the Alps, but amongst them. Just a few examples of the exceptional peaks you will get to see up close are Mont Blanc (4,810m), the Matterhorn (4,478m), Grand Combin (4,314m), Dent Blanche (4,357m), along with many more.
Every day will see us trekking over long distances, while enjoying marvellous slopes. And at the end of each day, we will stay in various mountain huts. All of these huts have their own unique charm and personalities. And as a result of their locations, as most of them rest at altitudes between 2750 metres and 3500 metres, they also offer their own unique views as well. Thus giving you a constant barrage of gorgeous scenery you can see during the day and night.
As a result of the long days, to join this trip on the Haute route, you must have previous ski touring and off-piste experience. You should also be in good physical condition as well.
The Haute route is a true classic in the world of skiing routes. Crossing international borders, while surrounded by some of the most famous mountains in the world, is a dream come true for not only many skiers, but many adventures as well.
Do you want to join me on this amazing journey? Check out the next departure dates below and send a request to book this trip!
Please notice this is an open group program, only available on fixed dates. If you are looking for a private option, check out this 4-day freeride training program in Chamonix/Verbier area.
Price per person
|Group of 3||1790EUR|
|Group of 4||1790EUR|
|Group of 5||1790EUR|
- Guiding fee
- Half-board meals during trip
- Transport during the trip
- Personal equipment
Skill level required
Fitness level required
Various mountain huts along the Haute Route