The thrill of fresh snow on a snowboard or on your skis.
Freeride is a sport for those that prefer skiing on winding tracks with fresh powdery snow: you reach the top with ski lifts and come down through the pure snow slopes of the silent mountains. Play this exciting sport safely by having your avalanche beacon, shovel and probe in your backpack, always checking the snow and weather forecasts and consulting the alpine guides and the ski instructors so that you can have lots of fun safely.
The Monterosa Ski area is an ideal place for off piste skiing: from the tracks of the Champoluc woods to those of the Salati Pass and the 3,275 metres of the Indren glacier, which can be easily reached with the Funifor Passo dei Salati-Indren cable car service.
The thrill of fresh snow can also found in the Matterhorn area, which is suitable for freeriders of all levels.
In Pila there is a specific freerider track that consists of a treadmill lift with a plexiglass cover that leaves from Couis 1 station and allows you to come down from the Platta de Grevon, at 2700 metres high to the Plan de L’Eyve. The landing of this slope is left untouched for a few days after a snowfall, after which it is then prepared.
The international ski area of La Thuile offers many kilometres of fresh snow well into the season.
Courmayeur is a must for off piste skiing enthusiasts. The cable cars at Youla and Arp access immaculate slopes with pure snow: Chécrouit canals, those of Vesse, Arp Vieille, Cresta Youla and Dolonne have powdery snow well into the season and untouched areas where you can ski. The Funivia del Monte Bianco cable car takes you to two exciting off piste slopes, on the Toula glacier and the scenic Vallée Blanche.
The Crévacol station, in the Gran San Bernardo area, gives freeride and snowboarding enthusiasts fun off piste slopes.
All associations that organize heliskiing on fabulous routes.
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