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Monte Rosa, 6-day freeride skiing

Discover the picturesque Gressoney village and the beautiful Monte Rosa. A 6-day off-piste program accompanied by a certified mountain guide from the Azimut Montagne team.

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6 Days

Jan, Feb, Mar, Dec




Join me in an amazing off-piste skiing program around Monte Rosa, in Italy!

Located in the border between Italy and Switzerland, Monte Rosa is the second highest mountain of the Alps, after Mont Blanc. Actually, its highest point is the Dufour Peak with 4634 meters high.

So, I propose a 6-day program in which we’ll discover the picturesque Gressoney village and the best skiing pistes around the beautiful Monte Rosa. During the trip, we will rest in a 3 stars hotel, where we can also enjoy the delicious local gastronomy.

Find below some departure dates already programmed, from:

What is more, the program can be also organised for other dates if you need. So, don’t hesitate in getting in touch with me for ask it!

Why is this monte rosa program a great option for ski lovers?
  • Firstly, it’s a great opportunity to explore Gressoney and the region surrounding doing what we like most: skiing!;

  • The accommodation is really comfortable. Indeed, you can enjoy the local gastronomy;

  • Further, this program offers the possibility of skiing the best slopes and also the Monte Rosa glaciers;

  • Additionally, it’s a complete program that includes all the transfers during the trip;

  • As a certified mountain guide, I offer all my mountain experience for helping you to live a great and unforgettable time!

As a final point, it’s important that participants have prior experience skiing in varied snow terrain without having ski tour techniques. Additionally, it’s an important requirement to be in a very good physical condition.

So, if you have any interest in this incredible freeride skiing experience, feel free to contact me. We will have time to discuss about and organised a great program. I will be glad to guide you to this amazing place! You can’t miss this opportunity!

Price includes

- Accommodation included

- Guiding fee

- Breakfast

- Dinner

- Transport during the trip

- Mountain guide expenses

Price details

Price per person to join a group of 5 to 8 clients.


Day 1: Meeting and transfer to Gressoney

Meeting with the group at the Briançon ou Oulx-Cesana train stations. Or directly at Gressoney. From the train stations we take a transfer to our base village. Skiing in the afternoon. Dinner and night at the hotel.

Day 2: Discover the skiing routes for next days

We will have breakfast and then we’ll take the cable car. From there we get incredible panoramic views of  the slopes we’ll ski the next days. Dinner and night at the hotel.

Day 3: Climb to Zube Pass and descend to Alagna

We take the cable car and reach to Zube Pass. From there we descend skiing Alagna, a picturesque village. Then, we continue with other routes. Dinner and night at the hotel.

Day 4: Bettolina Pass, Staffal and Salza Valley

We start the day taking the cable car to Bettolina Pass. Once there we descend in a great powder skiing to Staffal. Afterwards, we make some ascents and descents in Salza Valley. Dinner and night at the hotel.

Day 5: Ascent to Mantova refuge and descent to Perduta Valley

We have breakfast and we reach to Mantova refuge. Then, descent to Perduta Valley. We’ll complete the day with other routes. Dinner and night at the hotel.

Day 6: Final skiing day and return to home

We will have breakfast early. Then, we take the cable car for make a great descent to Saint Jacques. We complete other routes. In the afternoon, at 4:00 pm we take the transfer to Oulx-Cesana and Briançon train stations. Depart to home.



More info

- Most of the dates mentioned before cost 1 165,00 € / person - There are some differences in price for the following departure dates: + From 12/27/2017 to 01/01/2017 > 1 265,00 € / person + From 01/15/2017 to 01/20/2017 > 1 095,00 € / person - The departures can be confirmed with a minimum of 5 participants. - Departure from 02/12/2017 to 02/17/2017 is confirmed - Last places - Breakfast and dinner are taken at the hotel's restaurant. - Lunches are free, so participants can visit other locations to enjoy a good meal. - The ski passes are not included (It will cost aprox. 200€) - It is highly recommended to be well insured. During the registration, I offer an assurance via Europe Assistance.

Meeting point

Oulx-Cesana and Briançon train stations.

About the guide

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Mountain Guide

We enjoy very much discovering and rediscovering the most beautiful spots in the world, in the Ecrins mountain range but also all around the planet.

Together with the guides in the team, we will share with you unique moments and an amazing journey. From les Ecrins to Chile, from Morocco to Greenland, from Les Gorges du Verdon to Japan, from Italy to Norway… tons of destinations offering all types of mountain activities, different every season. It makes us so happy when I can share them with my friends and clients.


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What people are saying about Azimut



My experience was better than I could have imagined. I didn't have to worry about anything other than showing up in Oulx with my ski boots! Simon, our guide, was excellent, totally competent, and easy-going. We spent time in the best ski areas in beautiful, small French towns. Our accommodations and food were also top notch. I'd highly recommend Azimut.


The tourski experience was absolutely great. The accommodation and food in the Galaberna hut were absolutely top. The excursions with Paolo were nice. There wasn't too much snow, which meant carrying skis for the first couple of hundred meters, but apart from that ... a magic first toursking experience. Olivier



Awesome experience, knocked another item from my bucket list.



Well organised trip with excellent guides and admin support Highly recommend 😊



The Guide did not even know I'am on splitboard. Everyone else was on skis, I was the only one on board. Guide has no experience on board, so the daily trips was designed for skiers, not borders. I would like to know which company is responsible putting me in a ski group, Azimut or Explore-Share? If you don't know the difference between what is doable with skis and splitboards, you would not sell trips for splitboarders! In the only day I could enjoy somehow, I did very hard time to stay on my feet on icy steeps, because I should have had a crampon, but I did not have it, because the list of necessary equipment does not mention it. All the skiers had one. The guide anyway did what he could to help me, all the respect for Rafael. But the whole trip was a fuckup for me that way. I really want to know who is responsible!?

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