Ski touring basic course in Aurina Valley, Italy

Want to learn ski touring in a magical setting? Then this 4-day course in Aurina Valley (South Tyrol) is for you! Massimo, IFMGA-certified, will be your guide.




Trip Duration

4 days

Mountain Range


People per Guide

Trip Level


Offer Period

Feb, Mar

Type of Trip

Not specified



    Join me for a full-immersion 4-day ski touring course in the beautiful Aurina Valley (South Tyrol),  in Italy. 

    This course will allow you to wander through the whitewashed mountains, to be passionate about the virgin snow leaps, to seek new emotions away from the slopes or to just go to the alpine world in winter.

    We will cover different aspects of:
    – Climbing techniques
    – Off-piste skiing techniques
    – Avalanche rescue training.

    Check the itinerary below to see how I have divided the activities during the course. You will see that we mix learning and fun practice.

    In particular, I will focus on teaching you:
    – Recognition and evaluation of potential avalanche areas
    – How to find the best climbing routes
    – Location and execution of the best tracks

    Besides all the practical aspects, we will also cover some theoretical aspects. In general we will do it during the evenings, so as not to waste precious day ski time.

    Interested in learning ski touring in the best possible way? Then this course in Aurina Valley is for you! Please send me a request to book this trip and get ready for 4 intense days of learning and ski touring. And once you have more experience ski touring, why not try this mythical 2-day ascent of Mont Blanc?

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    Price per person

    Group of 1
    280 EUR


    Price includes

    • Guiding fee
    • Accommodation


    • Day 1Introduction

      During the first day I verify the group’s skiing level. We will see the basic notions and technical equipment related to ski mountaineering. I will distribute the safety equipment.
      Techniques that we will cover: ski track, climbing, off-piste skiing, avalanche rescue training.

    • Day 2A first short trip

      We go on a simple outing to explore some of the issues seen on day 1. We cover climbing techniques, downhill skiing technique and avalanche rescue training.

    • Day 3Ski touring and on-site course

      Today we will focus on recognizing the environment: the canals, ridges, valleys, forest areas…
      You will learn how to distinguish the best areas to be safe from avalanches, and to determine the best climbing routes.
      We will spend the day exploring the wonderful slopes.

    • Day 4Ski touring

      The final day of the course will be a classic mountain climbing itinerary, 800-1000 meters of altitude change. During the tour we will review and put in practice all the topics of the previous days.


    Other details

    Skill level required


    Fitness level required



    At a B&B.

    More info

    We request 4 people minimum for this trip.


    You can rent safety kit on site (transciever/shovel/probe/helmet). This kit is mandatory for the trip.


    About the Guide


    We are inMont, a group of IFMGA Alpine Guides from Venezia Giulia Region.

    We offer all range of mountain activities: mountaineering, rock to ice climbing, high mountains, ski mountaineering, expeditions in and outside Europe, and we organize courses.

    We are Massimo Candolini, Guido Candolini, Gianni Dorigo and Andrea Fusari. In addition, some Alpine Guides of the Friuli Venezia Giulia region collaborate with us.



    What People are Saying about INMONT


    An excellent trip to a beautiful location. The guide, Guido, was outstanding. Due to weather conditions we were not able to stay on the boat. Stayed in a hut instead which was very nice. Great skiing, amazing views, good food, great guiding and nice people. Highly recommend this trip. Cheers
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    Dean Gagnon
    poor weather limited the experience. We had hoped for a guide more familiar with the area, our first and last night were in a remote place requiring an hours walk. We only learnt about this on the day of departure. otherwise no problems
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    Nico Vanderhauwaert

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