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Heliskiing in Rosablanche, near Verbier

Join one of our certified guides for an heliskiing outing in the Swiss Alps. Enjoy a thrilling powder descent in Rosablanche!

Mountain RangeAlps
Duration1 day
Offer periodJan, Feb, Mar, Apr, Dec
Skill LevelAll Levels
Fitness LevelOccasional
Type of tripPrivate


  • Fly on a helicopter over a beautiful landscape of the Swiss Alps.

  • Enjoy amazing powder descents according to your skills.

  • Experience the thrill of skiing away from the crowds.


If you were looking for an unforgettable skiing adventure, you have just found it! Come with us for an awesome heliskiing outing in Rosablanche, Switzerland!

The Swiss Alps, and specially the area around the alpine village of Verbier, are famous for their extensive powder snow areas. Located at the end of the Val de Nendaz, the Rosablanche (3350m) is part of the famous Haute Route and is a stunning destination for heli-skiing.

This is an experience that you cannot miss. After flying over the Pennine Alps and enjoying beautiful views of the Canton of Valais, we will put on our skis and choose a route according to your skills. The area offers descents for all levels! All throughout the trip we will be there to help and guide you.

So, if you are up for this heliskiing adventure in the Rosablanche, please contact us. Let’s enjoy amazing powder descents away from the crowds!

We also offer ice climbing programs near Verbier. If you are interested, check out our Val de Vagnes trip.




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Prices per person

Group of 1

CHF 1856 each

Group of 2

CHF 928 each

Group of 3

CHF 722 each

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Price includes

- Guiding fee

- Helicopter drops as described

Price details

The price is for a single drop!

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