Skiing in Chamonix-Mont-Blanc is an unmissable experience, at the foot of Mont Blanc. It is the most famous French ski resorts, which hosted the first edition of the 1924 Olympic Games.
Easily accessible from Italy, with its:
– 65 lifts
– 3,300 meters of altitude
– 90 km of slopes.
It is a paradise for skiers , snowboarders and free riders , who can try their hand at the adrenaline-pumping descents of the ‘Vallée Blanche’ and ‘Les Grans Montets’, as well as the vast choice of slopes for experts and beginners. Chamonix is also known for its warm and cosmopolitan atmosphere. From December to April, Chamonix is the ideal starting point for off-slope descents. In this weekend we will give you the opportunity to try these adrenaline-pumping experiences on skis accompanied by an alpine guide. You can ski along the Blanche Valley , the famous 22 km off-slope descent with over 2,500 meters of altitude difference or try other freeride experiences to improve your technique, in addition to the inevitable ski safari. Also, in this itinerary we propose excursions accompanied by an alpine guide, with proposals for freeride and Ski Safari. Skiing in Chamonix means trying the famous 22 km off-slope descent with 2,500 meters of altitude difference and much more.
Validity periods: December 5th 2020 – April 30th 2021
Duration 8 days / 7 nights
Independent arrival in Chamonix and settle in at your hotel. (rooms available from normal check-in time)
Breakfast and meeting with the guide, 3 days dedicated to accompanied skiing on and off slope.
Choose from the following activities:
VALLEE BANLCHE (from late January to early April, subject to weather conditions)
Beautiful and famous off-slope descent, in the heart of the Mont Blanc massif that develops on the Mer de Glace glacier. In a single day, crossing extraordinary landscapes, you can cover 2500 meters in altitude and 22 kilometers of off-slope. The landscape and the environment of Mont Blanc offer a real adventure for everyone, one of those fantastic experiences that you will never forget!
FREERIDE DAYS (From December to March, subject to weather conditions)
Away from the crowded slopes, you will spend an unforgettable day, searching for the most beautiful snow, in an unparalleled panorama. Descents in the POWDER using the ski lifts and short trips at high altitude to access the wildest slopes.
Ideal to discover the basic technique of off-slope skiing and gain confidence to explore the mountains
Improve your technique to ski on more difficult terrain with more control!
Land for all abilities and needs!
Full day of accompanied ski safaris to be agreed with the guide based on snow conditions.
Possibility of integrating additional outputs.
Breakfast and check-out.
Quota individuale di partecipazione minimo 2 partecipanti in camera doppia a partire da:
|Periodo||Hotel 3 stelle||Hotel 4 stelle|
|01/12/20 – 18/12/20||€ 1.150||€ 1.290|
|19/12/20 – 25/12/20 & 01/01/21 – 02/01/21||€ 1.680||€ 1.850|
|26/12/20 – 31/12/20||€ 2.120||€ 2.280|
|03/01/21 – 05/02/21||€ 1.520||€ 1.680|
|06/02/21 – 06/03/21||€ 1.680||€ 1.840|
|07/03/21 – 20/03/21||€ 1.520||€ 1.680|
|21/03/21 – 30/04/21||€ 1.190||€ 1.350|
|Quota di iscrizione||€ 95|
(B/L/D-AI): B = colazione; L = pranzo; D = Cena; (AI) = All Inclusive
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