Chamonix ski guide the vallee blanche and the best off piste around Mont Blanc valley
The best runs on the French and Italian sides of the Mont Blanc, on skiing and snowboarding.
In France, Switzerland and Italy: Courmayeur, Envers du Plan, Vallée Blanche and Grands Montets.
Week-end Vallée Blanche:
Day 1: Off -piste at Grands Montets. Up to the Aiguille du Midi and descend to the Requin refuge.
Day 2: Refuge - Chamonix. Further off-piste elsewhere in the Chamonix Mont Blanc Valley.
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Some classic routes
Day1: Grands Montets, an extraordinary with more than 2000m of downhill runs.
Day2: Aiguille du Midi : Envers du Plan, one of the biggest glaciers in Europe
Day3: Le Tour, off-piste for some back country skiing into Switzerland and down into Trient
Day4: The Italian side of Mont Blanc. Skiing the TouleVall glacier down to Courmayeur.
Day5: Return to Chamonix via the Helbronner Lift and ski down the Vierge Noire, the Italian Vallee Blanche.
You will be on one of the most impressive ice falls descending from the Mont Blanc summit.
Remember that you can have all the snow conditions in this area because nobody prepares the snow on this off piste route.
The Gros Rognon is a quite accessible variant of the classic trip. Just on the left of the classic, the snow is less tracked and there is often some fresh and virgin snow.
It can be an excellent opportunity to taste your off piste skills in the deep snow. One of the advantage of this option is that you can join the classic route almost anytime you want.
The Envers du Plan is a very interesting variant: a more difficult and steeper route between the crevasses on a wilder section of the glacier of the Giant. The Envers is one of most classic off piste ski route for good skiers, many options are possible on this part of the glacier.
An unforgettable experience for only excellent off piste skiers