Dates: January – April
Alps Ski Safari 2022:
- 16th – 23th of January
- 6th – 13th of March (sold out)
- 3th – 10th of April
Can also be booked as a privat tour on other dates! Great for families and group of friends!
- 7 guided skiing days in Top Resorts
- 3 Countries
- Fully catered skiing Holliday
- small group. max. 7 skiers
“Ah, the Alps, capital ‘A’, for the idyllic chocolate box lid adorning mountains, the quaint alpine villages, with their smoky chimneys promising a warming feed, and the incredible skiing.”
This great alps ski safari provides a perfect opportunity to experience the best ski areas of France, Italy and Switzerland. This all catered tour includes 7 skiing days, great typical food, private shuttles and beautiful, small Hotels hand picked from us.
Level requirement Alps Ski Safari:
If you’re a good Intermediate or Expert skier (red – black slopes) you will be happy with this great alps ski safari. We’ll be skiing on and a off the piste, improving the technique, eating some delicious food and relaxing in beautiful places. Please contact us if you’re not sure about your level. This tour can also be offered as an Off piste Trip.
Great alps ski safari Itinerary:
Arrival day: Chamonix – Arrival
We meet at the foot of Mont Blanc in one of the top ski resorts of the world. Enjoy a delicious dinner together with the group. Get your skiing equipment and all the information for the week.
- Night at Hotel in Chamonix
Day 1: Chamonix skiing
Depending on the conditions we ski where we find the best snow in one of the 4 ski areas in the valley.
After skiing we drive trough the Mont Blanc tunnel into Courmayeur, Italy (15′ drive).
Stroll trough town in the afternoon and join us for a real Italian dinner.
- Night at Hotel in Courmayeur
Day 2: Courmayeur skiing
Courmayeur ski area is a real winter paradise and offers an incomparable view of Mont Blanc’s south side. It’s a chic ski resort on the sunny side of Mont Blanc with old churches, cobbled streets and lovely restaurants.
After skiing we drive (40′) trough one of Italys best hidden wine regions, the Aosta valley. We’ll sleep in family run, small Hotel near Cervinia.
- Night at Hotel near Cervinia
Day 3: Matterhorn skiing – Cervinia and Zermatt
We drive up (30′) to the foot of Matterhorn, or Cervino how the Italians call it. Cervinia is one of Italy’s leading ski resorts. Lift-linked to Zermatt in Switzerland as well as neighbouring Valtournenche, Cervinia has access to Europe’s highest pistes. The top lift reaches an incredible 3883m, providing access to the highest piste skiing in Europe. The 350kms of slopes are split into 150 different runs.
- Night at Hotel in Aosta
Day 4: Day off in Aosta or skiing in Pila
Aosta is a beautiful old town with lots of historical, roman sights to visit. Stroll trough the narrow cobble stown roads, explore the shops that sell local products, enjoy a coffee and the Bella Italian lifestyle. If you want to ski today let’s go to Pila. A small ski area right out of Aosta town.
Ciao Bella Italia and Hello Switzerland. We drive trough the spectacular Grand Saint Bernard tunnel and get to the Valais region just in time for an Apéro with local white wine and Fondue.
Night at Hotel near Sion
Day 5: 4 valley – Veysonnaz / Verbier skiing
At the centre of the Four Valleys, one of the largest ski areas in Europe and Switzerland, Verbier has everything a top-class winter sports resort should have. The chalet-style village perches atop a sunwashed plateau and provides views of the majestic mountain peaks. It’s a veritable eldorado for any snowsport fan, and the skiing area stretches from 1,500 to 3,330m. Thanks to the height and fine snow conditions, 93 lifts let you access 412 km of runs. Mont-Fort or Mont-Gelé and other legendary routes make every ski ace drool.
We cross the Swiss Rhone valley and drive up to Crans Montana (45′).
- Night at Hotel near Sion
Day 6: Crans Montana skiing
Voted as Switzerlands number 1 ski resort for 2019! Crans-Montana ski area is almost entirely south-facing with one of the best 360 degree panoramic views in the Alps – from Mont Blanc to the Matterhorn.
The ski area stretches from the Glacier Plaine Morte at 3,000m down to village level at 1,500m – is high enough to retain good snow conditions. With the majority of Crans-Montana’s guests busy devoting their time to other activities, the ski slopes are not overcrowded.
Crans-Montana’s ski area includes wide-open runs with panoramic Alpine views above 2,000m and scenic tree-lined routes down from 2,000m to the base stations. The ski area includes 140km of marked pistes.
We drive back into France to Argentière 1.5hr where we enjoy a delicious dinner in a very cozy place.
- Night at Hotel in Argentière
Day 7: Skiing Argentière – Chamonix, optional Valle Blanche skiing
We enjoy a last skiing day back in the French Alps and in the heart of the Chamonix valley. Les Grands Montets ski area offers nice long runs and some great off piste options. If that’s not enough for you, join our local Mountain Guide to ski down the famous Valle Blanche glacier run (only for Expert skiers, not included in the package price).
We’re happy to organise a shuttle back to Geneva airport for you or an other Hotel night in the Chamonix valley.
- Max. group size: 7 skiers
Prices start at 2800€ per person in a double room with a group of 6 skiers
Included in the Price:
Organisation, 7 skiing days with a Top ski instructor, 7 ski passes to the resorts mentioned above, 8 Hotel nights with half board in privat double rooms with en-suite bath rooms, privat transportation from Chamonix and back to Chamonix,
Not included in the Price:
Lunches, beverages, personal insurances, personal equipment
Where we stay:
We stay in small, hand picked hotels and lodges where we personally know the owners. Most of the places offer a Sauna and Jacuzzi where you can relax after the skiing. During the trip we’ll make sure to eat in restaurants that offer great fresh and local food and to try the specialities that each region has to offer.
It’s possible to rent all your skiing equipment in Chamonix on arrival and drop it there at the last day.
Map of the Great Alps Ski Safari:
How to get to Chamonix from Geneva airport and back:
Equipment List for this Alps Ski Safari:
Skis (can be rented in Chamonix)
Ski poles (can be rented in Chamonix)
Skiboots (bring your own or we can rent in Chamonix)
Long skiing underwear or Leggins
1-2 pair Skisocks
Warm Pullover or Fleece
Skipants & Skijacket
Helmet & Goggles (Helmet can be rented)
Buff or Neckwarmer
Casual clothing for the evening
Winterboots and confortable sandals or shoes for the evening
Money and Credit card for lunches and snacks (€ and Swiss Francs are available at ATM’s) Sun protector for face and lips