Off Piste-Freeride-Mountain Guide-Ski Guide Zermatt

Off Piste-Freeride-Mountain Guide-Ski Guide Zermatt

Find the best powder runs with a Ski Guide – Mountain Guide Zermatt

Whether you call it off piste or freeride is not important; the important thing is that they have a lot in common. Off piste skiers and free-riders both like powder, wide endless slopes and the feeling of groundless skiing down the mountain. Off piste skiers prefer to do short turns and create eights with a moderate speed and like to admire their tracks at their next stop. Freeriders are pushing the accelerator pedal and flying down the mountains. For them the track is not so important; speed, steepness, corner angulations and face spray are important. There is not a strict line between off piste and free-riding, which is good. Then in this way everyone can enjoy his own favorite things.

Unfortunately there is not always powder, but even with no powder it’s possible to have fun away from the official slopes. To ski a couloir can also be fun and make your heart beat faster. To ski moderate to steep slopes with a feeling of skiing through champagne with almost no edging and use of power that’s spring snow skiing and one of the finest ways of skiing.

Standard:
CHF 550.00 for 1 or 2 people, for every additional person a fee of CHF 40.00 per person will be charged.

Peak Season:
22nd December 2019 – 4th January 2020 / 16th February – 28th February 2020 / 5th April – 17th April 2020.
CHF 600.00 for 1 or 2 people, for every additional person a fee of CHF 50.00 per person will be charged.

Service:
4 – 5 hours off piste skiing and 1 hour for lunch. The official slopes are only to lead us to the next runs. For safety reasons you will be equipped with an avalanche transceiver, probes, shovel, backpack and if necessary an harness. The mountain guide or ski guide is available to pick you up from your hotel or chalet and drops you off again. The mountain guide or ski guide also can meet you at the bottom of one of the cable cars. Whatever you prefer. You decide which area you prefer (Sunnegga, Gornergrat, Klein Matterhorn or Cervinia), how hard and how fast you like to ski. The off piste skiing starts in the ski area, latest 1 hour after the agreed meeting time and ends wherever you like.

Note:
Normally guiding has priority on the day because powder skiing counts, though this does not mean that I won’t teach you or I won’t give you tips and tricks when you ask for it.

Prices and programme are subject to change.

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