Off-piste skiing

Gressoney and Alagna are legends to all riders who view skiing as the most awesome experience outside the tamed white slopes. The Indren station, at 3260 m, opens the door to Monte Rosa and its no-limits experiences, and we’re not talking about the kilometers of groomed slopes but the hectares of off-piste slopes, which the second largest mountain in Europe offers up generously.

We could list the cult descents for you: the Bettolina, the Malfatta, the Vittoria, the Salza, the Stolemberg which are all well-known names in the imagination of every freerider. But the spirit with which we will be guiding you is to choose the right descent for you, humbly evaluating the weather, the season, the temperature, and your wishes. Do you want to do steep skiing, skin just a little, stop at a refuge between descents? Tell us, we will be able to satisfy your mood.


Our goal is to give you a day of off-piste skiing between Gressoney and Alagna, show you how to listen to the slow pace of the mountain, train your ear to its whispers and teach you to heed its advice.

Compulsory equipment: avalanche transceiver, shovel, and probe.


1 skier € 360,00 per day
2 skiers € 180,00 per day pp
3 skiers € 130,00 per day pp
4 skiers € 110,00 per day pp
5 skiers  € 90,00 per day pp
6 skiers  € 80,00 per day pp
7 skiers  € 75,00 per day pp

The price includes:

the cost of the guide

Not included in the price:
ski pass, lunch, transfers, and anything not specified.

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