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Rosablanche private guided heliski day

Trient
Rosablanche private guided heliski day
Rosablanche private guided heliski day
Trient

Join Gilbert, an IFMGA certified guide, on this Rosablanche private guided heliski day. Experience the thrill of flying up and skiing down an amazing mountain.

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Alps

1 Day

Jan - Apr, Dec

Fit

Intermediate


Description

Are you ready to push your limits and embark into an unforgettable experience? This Rosablanche private guided heliski day will blow your mind!

The Rosablanche mountain rises 3396 meters over the sea level and lies southeast of Mont Fort, in the Swiss Pennine Alps. It wonderful view overlooks the Dix lake  in the canton of Valais

And I’ll take you up and down in the most fun and safe possible way. Heli-skiing programs have the advantage of being a double adventure. The way up is an amazing flight, from where you can see the landscape from a completely different point of view. It’s an adventure on itself. But there’s much more, because once on top of the mountain you’ll be ready to a wonderful run down due to you haven’t spend all your energy climbing up -as you do when you use skins-.

Plus the Rosablanche has lots of options for different ski levels: The Grand Désert Glacier is a gently slope ideal for intermediate skiers looking to try the heli-ski drop for the first time. And the Vallon of Severeu to Fionnay straight-line is much steeper and has to be taken much more seriously.

Sounds like an amazing experience? It is! Send me a request now and we’ll start planning your Rosablanche private guided heliski day. You’ll spend an unforgettable adventure!

And if you also want to try heliski in another part of this amazing region, you might be also interested in my Heliskiing with a guide in Arolla or Verbier.

Price includes

- Guiding fee

- Transportation start and back

- Helicopter drops as described


Details

More info

  • If you are interested in doing several extra runs, please mention this when you make your reservation.
  • The average ski run is roughly 2000 vertical meters and it takes around 90 to 180 minutes to complete it, depending on your ability and on the itinerary.

Meeting point

The meeting point is usually at the heliport of Le Chable or from the bottom of the Savoleyres cable car.

About the guide

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-Gilbert

5.00

(12)

Mountain Guide

I have been the owner of the mountain guide office since 2004. My father was a mountain guide and I grew up in the Val d’ Hérens. I live now for many years in Verbier. I graduated from the l'école hôtelière de Lausanne in 1993 and then began my mountain guide training. Well travelled I have guided through the mountains of the Andes, the Himalayas, Alaska, Turkey and Greenland. I'm also a Swiss Snow Sports graduate and a dual paragliding pilot.

Languages

German | French | English

Certificates

IFMGA

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What people are saying about this trip

Logan

5.00

Hello Gilbert, Thank you very much for such an incredible and memorable ski day! What an experience for our first time - we will definitely do this again. We felt very safe with your knowledge and guiding experience. I do believe the snow gods were on our side that day and week...tremendous! Many thanks again for a fantastic adventure!


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