The Chamonix valley offers many areas for off-piste skiing. The amateurs, skiers and "surfers" come from all over the world to Upper Savoy to enjoy the most beautiful slopes of the French freeride. The tourist office in Chamonix-Mont Blanc tells us about all these fabulous places.
Off-piste ski lovers can go for a ride to the famous Valley Blanche. This glacial valley, legendary for freeride, is located in the heart of the Mont Blanc massif. It has a length of 20 kilometers and is accessible thanks to the telepheric of the Aiguille du Midi. The Glacier des Rognons, Goat Pass and Col de Balme are other amazing places to slide through.
Departure date: January to April
Number of participants: 3 to 6 people per guide
Difficulty: intermediate to expert level. We adapt to your level.
Day 1: Brevent - Flegère
These two ski resorts are connected since little by a telepheric. This allows discovering numerous tracks, slopes and famous off-pistes as the slopes of the Brevent and "Combe Lachenal" in Flegère in just one day.
When conditions permit, the classic runs as the Allais, Bellin, ENSA, Bellachat, the slopes of l'Hôtel, the forest between Planpraz and Chamonix are exceptional. Not to mention the environment and landscape.
Day 2: The White Valley
Accessible from the telepheric of Aiguille du Midi (3842 m), La Vallée Blanche is an off-piste itinerary on a glacier terrain advisable for any good skier. There are different itineraries to choose.
The descent takes between 3 and 5 hours, within a stop for a snack at the Requin Shelter (2516 m). We will get there from Chamonix by Montenvers train. It is also accessible skiing, if snow conditions permit. This off-piste inroad through the glacier is a high mountain itinerary with incredible beauty.
Day 3: Les Grandes Montets
In Les Grandes Montets we will find out numerous off-pists. The telepheric goes up to 3300 meters, this way allowing skiing on different glaciers at the foot of incredible mountains of over 4,000 meters high.
There we will find a magnificent freeride that begins from the top of Les Grandes Montets and meets with the Frozen Sea. When snow conditions are good, you can reach down to Chamonix enjoying a drop of 2300 meters.
Note: The guide reserves the right to modify the program of the inroad for any reason related to security, snow conditions, weather, risk of avalanches or physical / technical level of the participants.