Ski avec Guide
Chamonix is world famous for its off-piste skiing and boarding. It is a fact that the endless miles of untouched powder are the main reason why people revisit year after year. Due to this, coupled with their experience for finding the best conditions, we always recommend using a qualified ski guide. All the guides we use are IFMGA qualified and they will help reduce the dangers to a minimum. They will also ensure through local knowledge of weather systems and snow conditions that you go to the best areas in the Valley and areas which will suit your ability. Remember you don’t have to be an excellent skier or boarder to enjoy the off-piste.
From the classic to the lesser known descents, the Mont Blanc massif offers some of the longest vertical drops imaginable, often departing directly from the cable cars stations.
Ski Guide in Winter, Mountain Guide in Summer, Sebastien Rougegré has more than 12 years experience in the mountains. Professionaly qualified as a ski instructor and previously worked with the Mountain Rescue Organisation (PGHM de Chamonix) here in the Chamonix Valley, Sebastien has founded World Wide Guiding.
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Sebastien Rougegré and his expert team of guides can find the best ski or snowboard runs on both the French and Italian sides of Mont Blanc or Switzerland. They specialise in this valley and in all types of skiing, they will take you to their secret powder spots and can introduce you to all the amazing scenery and skiing that the valley has to offer. No queues, no crowds, just you, your guide and great snow!
Guiding will cost €360 per day for a group of up to six people. It is usually possible to add to this, but at an extra cost per person. The Vallee Blanche is 340€ per day for up to 4 people (15€ pp to add to the group, max 6 people to the guide). Booking a ski guide requires a deposit of 30% of the guiding fee, which is refundable only if the guide considers the conditions unsuitable.