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Off-piste skiing in the Vallée Blanche

Off-piste Ski in Vallée Blanche. 1-day trip w/ a IFMGA/UIAGM certified mountain guide. It's a unique and accessible descent!

Mountain RangeAlps
Duration1+ day
Offer periodJan, Feb, Mar, Dec
Type of tripNot specified


All winter long, I propose to guide you on the most beautiful off-piste descents in the Alps as the Vallée Blanche in Chamonix or the valleys of the Meije in La Grave.

The area is huge and unmarked. Let’s go out of groomed trails and discover the turns in powder fields and descents on slopes just for you. There is something for all levels, whether you are a skier, snowboarder or telemark skier.

The most famous Off-piste area in the world, the Vallée Blanche crosses the heart of the Mont-Blanc for over 20km. You will have the opportunity to ski on the Géant glacier and on Mer de Glace, starting from 3800m, at Aiguille du Midi.

Excellent panoramic itineraries, it’s a unique and accessible descent.

I invite you to contact me to chat. I will be happy to guide you there and make you live a unique ski experience.


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The price is to be divided by the number of participants. It is the starting price. INSURANCE My professional liability insurance covers my civil responsability on the terrain and the costs of research and potential relief for me and my clients. However, you must have too a "civil liability" insurance, research fees, rescue and medical expenses for the activities concerned. BOOKING For any reservation, a deposit of 20% of the total sum of guide services are demanded. They will be paid no later than 30 days before the start of training or racing. The rest of the sum will be paid at end of course.


About the guide

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UIAGM / IFMGA High Mountain Guide
As a Belgian who moved to Grenoble in 2005, I don't get tired of living in the heart of the mountains.
Nothing tied me to the mountain... I was born on March 27th 1983 near Brussels. As many Belgian kids, I played football and judo. I wanted to practice climbing but my mother didn't want me to. "Too far!", she used to say, "you can do it when you are in college". And so I did (we have to listen to our mothers!). When I was 18, I started studying History and I joined the climbing room in Louvain-la-Neuve. Two disciplines that came into my live and stayed forever. Climbing, I did my first 5a, then 6a. I started going to cliffs in a small Belgian rock (Yvoir), my first large climb was in l'Offre at Verdon, and then my first mountain course was the unforgettable epic Snow Dome in the Ecrins.
I barely knew how to put on crampons or how to tie a knot, but I had decided to become a high mo