Mont Blanc (4,810m) is more than just a mountain in the Alps. Instead, it is a beacon for skiers from all over the world to flock to. The reason being, the skiing near Mont Blanc, is easily some of the best skiing a person can have.
There are so many majestic peaks looming from above, from Mont Blanc, to the Grande Jorasses (4,208m), Aiguille de Rochefort (4,001m), the Dent du Geant (4,013m), Mont Maudit (4,465), and so many more. When you have snowy peaks like that, along with gorgeous glaciers like the Mar de Glace, the scenery alone is worth the visit. However, the skiing is still the main attraction. And it’s the skiing that will be the focus of this trip.
There are so many areas to ski near Mont Blanc, that you will have more than enough choices. And whether you want to ski off-piste, or venture into the wilderness on a ski tour, or you want to have a casual skiing trip, or an intense, challenging one, it is entirely up to you. All I want to do is safely guide you to where you want to go, and to ski how you want to ski.
Some examples of the routes and locations in the Chamonix Valley I can guide you through include Le Pas de Chevre, Le Glacier de Toule, l’Envers du Plan, Les Jeurs, and so many more.
It is a difficult task to live up to the size and beauty of a mountain like Mont Blanc. However, the off-piste and ski touring through the enormous Chamonix valley more than holds its own. Contact me if you want to join me on a 3 day adventure in this skiing paradise.
I can also guide you on an incredible 3 day freeride skiing trip in the equally impressive area of Zermatt in Switzerland.
Price per person
- Guiding fee
Skill level required
Fitness level required
City of Chamonix
There are plenty of wonderful hotels in the city of Chamonix