Off Piste Guiding - Altitude Ski and Snowboard School in Verbier

Private Off Piste Guiding in Verbier

Our Federal qualified off-piste guides are brimming with experience and knowledge of the Verbier and 4 Vallees area. If you’re wanting a few tips on your powder technique at the same time, they’re on hand with expert advice to help you experience a great day on the mountain.

For Skiers and Snowboarders of all ages

Private Off Piste Guiding

Open to adults and children who are intermediate to expert skiers or snowboarders (we recommend you can ski or board all red runs comfortably before going off piste for the first time) our Brevet Federal qualified coaches  can help you explore some of the amazing off-piste terrain in Verbier. For those wanting to ride very steep terrain, use ropes to access steep narrow pitches or venture onto glaciated terrain, you’ll require a high mountain guide and this is something we can help you to arrange too.

Avalanche safety kit is required (backpack, shovel, probe, transceiver)



Length1-2 PeoplePeak WeeksExtra Participant
3 Hours AMCHF 355CHF 375 CHF 20Booking
6 HoursCHF 595CHF 615 CHF 40Booking

Peak Week Dates: 21st –  5th Jan / 8th – 29th Feb / 4th – 19th April

No extra charge for 5-6 people

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