Three days of off-piste riding with our UIAGM qualified ski guides. This course has been designed to help you discover the best backcountry runs around the Chamonix Valley and Courmayeur.
Companion avalanche rescue training
Discover the best Chamonix off-piste descents and powder stashes with our ski guides
Your Chamex mountain guide will choose the best terrain for your level and find you the very best snow conditions in the valley. You have to be an expert rider with a taste for adventure to enjoy this 3 day off-piste experience.
Chamonix has 4 main ski areas: Brevent, Flegere, Les Grands Montets and Le Tour. All of which have fantastic off-piste terrain full of hidden powder stashes, secret couloirs, steep descents and deep snow - our mountain guides will take you to their favourite runs as well as to explore some Chamonix classics such as the Pas de Chevre, the ENSA couloir, the Rognon glacier and, of course, the world famous Vallee Blanche.
Depending on weather conditions we might take a trip through the Mont Blanc tunnel to Courmayeur in Italy, where there is excellent off-piste and glacial terrain, as well as excellent pizza and wine...
This group is open to skiers, snowboarders and telemarkers - you must be an experienced off-piste rider, comfortable riding all snow conditions at a good pace.
If you are not confident enough to join this group then have a look at our Chamonix Off-Piste Introduction Course and our Early Season Off-Piste Ski Clinic to brush up on all the essential off-piste skills as well as avalanche awareness and mountain safety.
The Chamex'Plore Off-Piste Course comprises 3 full days of guided off-piste skiing or snowboarding with a qualified and experienced UIAGM Chamex mountain guide. It has been specially designed to share with you the very best Chamonix off-piste descents. It will be a busy, exciting and tiring 3 days and you will need to be a competent off-piste rider to make the most of it.
Price per person for groups of minimum 4 skiers.View Dates
You regularly practice backcountry skiing and have a solid repetoire. You ski confidently in all types of backcountry snow, and are comfortable in couloirs (gullies) up to 35°. You’d like to improve by learning the methods of ski alpinism - climbing couloirs with an ice axe and crampons - skis on the backpack, skiing longer and more committing itineraries.