Many thanks for your booking on our guided Ski Vallée Blanche programme.
Please find more details regarding the day and Chamonix logistics listed here.
Skiing The Vallee Blanche
This is a superb journey, but also a physical undertaking at high altitude. You need to be in good health, with good fitness, with a good level off piste skiing. Please carefully read all the details on our Ski Vallée Blanche course page here:
Please check all the equipment requirements on the list below and let us know if you will need to borrow any technical equipment in particular with regard to the following items:
- Crampons (if required)
- Ski pack which skis can be effectively attached to
Please also pay particular attention to the cold weather items like face mask, goggles, warm gloves, warm jacket etc.
Please check the link above for information on Chamonix accommodation, Travel & transfers from Geneva airport, logistics etc
We will be in touch with details of your Guide close to the date of your guiding. Please do revert back to us should you have any questions in the meantime.
Meeting Time & Place
We will also confirm the exact time and place for meeting the guide that day. It is often at 0830 at the Aiguille du Midi base station in Chamonix but this will be confirmed according to prevailing weather and conditions and your preference nearer the time.
Lift Pass & Other Expenses
A Mont Blanc Unlimited pass costs around €65 and this will cover both your ascent of the Midi and descent of the Montenvers railway.
If conditions are good and you are fit and skiing well a single pass on the Midi can be bought and save around €20.
Please make sure you have arranged your own ski hire and note that any other expenses like insurance / lunch / drinks along the way are not included in the guiding fee.
We keep a regularly updated blog on Vallée Blanche & Chamonix off piste ski conditions which you can check on either our ski Vallee Blanche page or our mountain news page via the link above.