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Off Piste Ski in Courmayeur and La Thuile - Aosta Valley

Off Piste Ski in Courmayeur and La Thuile - Aosta Valley
Off Piste Ski in Courmayeur and La Thuile - Aosta Valley
Off Piste Ski in Courmayeur and La Thuile - Aosta Valley
Off Piste Ski in Courmayeur and La Thuile - Aosta Valley

Enjoy a unique winter adventure in the Aosta Valley tailored to your preferences and needs. Spend an exhilarating time off-piste skiing in Courmayeur and La Thuile with a certified guide!



+1 Days

Jan - Apr, Dec




* Spectacular landscape views

* Variety of itineraries where we can ski

* Local guide that can chose the best spots with the best snow conditions.


On this exciting off-piste adventure in the Aosta Valley, we will move from the trees to the highest part of Courmayeur resort searching for the best powder for a day of fun! The spectacular Mont Blanc range in the background will line the way, and we will also have the option to explore some of the amazing off-piste runs around La Thuile, a must if you're in Courmayeur.

The itinerary we will follow will be adapted to your needs. In Courmayeur, we can reach the top of the lifts, and depending on snow conditions, we can ski down to Dolonne village or, on the other side, to Val Veny.

La Thuile offers even more options! With the same ticket, we can ski on the Italian and French sides. We can start in the Belvedere and Piccolo San Bernardo area, then we can cross to France (La Rosière) and finally go to the new Mont Valaisan lift where we have many different free ride options (this place is also an international free ride competition area). Or, we can try my favorite option, which is to put our skis on our backpacks and walk about 20-30 minutes to the gorgeous summit of Mont Valaisan, where you can enjoy a wonderful view from the top and then a superb descent to La Thuile (more than 1500 meters down).

If you would like to explore the amazing off-piste options of the Aosta Valley, I recommend you join me and we can plan an amazing adventure in Courmayeur and La Thuile. Contact me today and we can start making arrangements. I look forward to guiding you!

Price includes

- Guiding fee

Price details

Excluded: lifts, meals, transport, safety kit (ARTVA, shovel and probe in a backpack are compulsory!)

Equipment you will need to bring


Equipment rent on site

About the guide

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Mountain Guide

IFMGA/UIAGM Guide from Sarre, Valle d'Aosta. I enjoy rock and ice, and climbed important routes in the massif of Mont Blanc and Monte Rosa.

When guiding customers I like to discover less known routes, looking for the pleasure of adventure, trying to share with my clients the great passion I have for the high mountains.


Italian | French | English



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What people are saying about Nicolas



My wife and I and 15 year old daughter had a fun day in Gressoney/ Indren with Nicolas. Sadly the conditions were not very good for off piste on this day but nonetheless our guide Nicolas was very helpful and knowledgeable Explore share communication and organisation was excellent throughout. I would recommend this company



First time for us backcountry with guide. Nicolas really made the best of it despite difficult spring conditions with only little snow left on the slopes. He even found some powder for us. He is really nice company too. Booking was smooth too with fast responses from both admin and our guide Nicolas.



Nicolas was a skilled and knowledgeable guide. We were disappointed that there were not told beforehand that we had to pay for the transport up and down the mountain. We were given the impression these coats were included in the trip. Be prepared to pay 150 Euros more than the quoted price for the tram and train tickets.


Nicolas was very friendly, punctual, and very professional. We had a great day skiing off piste and felt in safe hands. Would highly recommend Nicolas as a an amazing guide. Thank you for what was a great day! All 7 of us loved it.



Dear, we had a wonderful day and a nice trip. We expect to have some more tips of the guide about freeride skeeing, but it all worked out. The only downside is that I fell the last downhill and injured myself. I made it down on my own, but we had expected a little more help from the guide. Both doctors in Italy and in Belgium warned me that this was too great a risk and could have caused more serious injuries. Perhaps the guide should be a little more informed about what to do in these circumstances.

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