With the knowledge of Piste Perfection and having advanced further, the time is now to refine your off-piste technique. Enjoy a thrilling and challenging 4 days with our IFMGA Mountain Guide exploring the ski areas of the Mont Blanc Massif and beyond, leaving behind your signature turns in the untracked snow. Your guide will take you in complete safety to all the secret spots around Chamonix to work on your technique and become confidently an 'all mountain' skier.
Develop your off piste skills to confidently ski 'all mountain'.
You are a confident on-piste skier. You have tried some easy off piste, probably 'between the pistes' or a day or two off piste.
Based in Chamonix but with the MBU ski pass we have access to the Evasion Mont Blanc (St Gervais, Les Contamines etc) and Courmayeur, Italy areas so we have the freedom to go to wherever the weather and conditions are best.
Every package is tailormade to your requirements.
HotelHotel Hameau Albert
5-star, Relais & Chateaux, the Hameau Albert 1er proposes a luxurious haven of tranquillity in the very heart of Chamonix
HotelHotel Mont Blanc
Staying at the Mont-Blanc, is treating yourself to a true symbol of the valley at the heart of the city centre.
HotelLe Refuge des Aiglons
Sports enthusiasts, food lovers, families, businessmen… Le Refuge des Aiglons has something for all of you. This spacious and stimulating hotel is a home away from home for everyone.
HotelPointe Isabelle Hotel
Located right in the heart of Chamonix, this timeless accommodation is just a minutes' walk from the train station and within walking distance of both the chairlifts and après ski.
Hotel Richemond, which is still run by the family that built it in 1914, is located at the centre Chamonix Mont-Blanc, in the resort town’s liveliest shopping street.
HotelLa Folie Douce Hotel
Newly opened for the 2018/19 season, the huge brand that is the Folie Deuce has arrived in Chamonix! Located in one of the famous squares of the town, the Palace of Chamonix – the hotel benefits from being one of the few ‘ski in/ out’ being at the foot of the Savoy lift which links to the Brevent-Flegere ski area (conditions dependent).
As we are partners with Sanglard in Chamonix, we were very pleased to secure a discount for all our guests, past, present and future.
Do bear in mind if you need rental equipment it is a very good idea to book in advance especially in high season. We have worked with Sanglard Sports for 19 years now and you can book online to secure the best deal and you can obtain 15-40% discount and you can obtain a further 5% discount by using code skiweekend.
If you are in Chamonix and prefer just to go into the shop then we can also provide a 15% discount voucher, just email Doug. They also have 3 shops in the valley, 1 in Chamonix centre, 1 at the foot of the slopes in Argentiere and 1 in Vallorcine so if you have an issue on the slopes it is easy to pop in when you are on the slopes.
Sanglards is situated in the centre of Chamonix. There is car parking outside the shop. If you don’t have your own transport then please contact us and we will arrange for you to be collected from the chalet and taken back – please give at least 1 weeks notice
Chamonix is our main base. The ski area itself is vast and spreads all along the valley and across to St Gervais, Megeve and Les Contamines. The variety of skiing on and off piste is well documented and in case you’re tempted to think the accolades are over-effusive we can tell you that they are not.
The town couldn’t be more different from the typical, purpose built French ski resort. It is steeped in both history and the towering mountain scape in which it sits. You don’t have to be an expert to enjoy the place, but it is the adventurous who really benefit from the range of activities available, and that indescribable vibe of being in the ‘home of Alpinism’.
Chamonix is a long established, year-round tourist town that has a large permanent population and hence great access to everything you may need. Spread along a linear valley, there are 5 distinctly different ski domains/resorts and some of Europe’s most renowned ski itineraries.
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Last Updated: 19th May, 2023