Off-piste skiing in The Dolomites, 7 days

A 7-day off-piste skiing trip in company of a certified mountain guide from the Azimut Montagne team. The Dolomites is the perfect place for freeride skiers. Are you coming?




Trip Duration

7 days

Mountain Range


People per Guide

8 people

Trip Level


Offer Period

Jan, Feb, Mar

Type of Trip

Not specified



    The Dolomites is a powerful Italian mountain range declared World Heritage since 2009. Its mountains are really unique because they don’t seem alpine peaks despite belonging to the Alps.

    The Dolomites propose high snow quality and very interesting ski runs for off-piste skiing. Besides that, all its ski centers are connected by cable cars. Undoubtedly, this northern region of Italy is a must for every freeride skier.

    During this 7-day off-piste skiing trip, we’ll establish our base camp in Corvara, a village of the province of Alta Babia, at the foot of Sassongher.

    Corvara will let us know the amazing surroundings and all the freeride-ski touring runs available. Furthermore, there is an active nightlife in the village so you can have fun after the ski program of the day.

    If I had to summarize the main features of the Dolomites, I’d list the following ones:

    • Infinite ski options and sceneries;
    • Very warm lodges to stay in;
    • Mixture of Italian and Austrian food;
    • Very accessible area, especially by train.

    Find here below an estimate itinerary of this amazing off-piste skiing adventure:

    DAY 1

    Our meeting point will be at the Corvara hotel or may at the train station of Oulx (Line TGV from Paris to Milan). Then, we’ll be taken to the Dolomites.

    The first day will just consist in acclimatization with a short introduction of backcountry skiing. We’ll dinner and rest in the hotel.

    FROM DAY 2 TO 7

    During the next five days we will have the objectives of skiing around the best spots of the Dolomites:

    • Cortina d’Ampezzo
    • Marmolada
    • Les Cinque Torri
    • The Torri Sella
    • Passo Pordo

    This freeride skiing trip is designed for advanced skiers. You have to know how to deal with all snow conditions and very steep terrains. Moreover, good physical shape is also necessary because we might have short climbs or hikes of no more than 45 minutes per day.

    If you’re interested in this 7-day guided off-piste skiing in The Dolomites, contact me now. I can adapt the trip according to your own wishes. I will be glad to be your guide in this unforgettable trip.

    Show more

    Price per person

    Group of 5
    1215 EUR

    Group of 6
    1215 EUR

    Group of 7
    1215 EUR

    Group of 8
    1215 EUR


    Price includes

    • Guiding fee
    • Accommodation
    • Transport during the trip
    • Tips
    • Meals: Breakfast, Dinner

    Next departures

    For private groups contact the guide
    Next datesInfo
    29/02/2020 to 06/03/2020
    07/03/2020 to 13/03/2020
    14/03/2020 to 20/03/2020
    21/03/2020 to 27/03/2020

    Other details

    Skill level required


    Fitness level required


    Meeting point

    at Oulx train station or hotel in Corvara


    About the Guide


    We enjoy very much discovering and re discovering 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.



      Need help deciding?



    What People are Saying about Azimut Montagne


    We really enjoyed the trip. As well the group, the skiing as the guide. A good hotel with enough facilities and very guest friendly. Thank you for your service and organization
    Read review
    Sietske Hoving
    What an incredible experience. Everything went superbly , the guides, organization and the team did a spectacular job.
    Read review
    Jason Baynes
    I was disappointed. I was slower than the rest of the group reaching Tete Rousse, and the guide discouraged me from going to Gouter. I had a slight ankle sprain the day before which slowed my ascent. I recovered 95% the day after. My complaint: when I decided to go for a second guided attempt, at a slower pace, I received no help in securing a guide, or a reservation at Gouter. The online reservation showed fully booked both for Rousse and Gouter. But I know that there were lots of empty bunks at Rousse, and I suspect the same at Gouter. I received sympathy, but only as a formality. Initially I had sought a single dedicated guide, but I was encouraged to join a group. I did not get a choice.I should have known better, I knew my pace would be a bit slower, but I counted on your support and understanding. I got neither. I was on my own with no help.
    Read review
    Herbert Navarro
    The reviewer did not leave a comment
    Edward de Haan

    Join our Newsletter

    Stay up-to-date on the best adventures!