Powder Alarm

Ski | Ski & Ice

Three, two, one … GO!

For off-piste skiing and fresh snow lovers, the arrival of a big winter storm means one thing … powder!!!
However, it is difficult for those who live far from the mountains to understand where and when to find the optimal snow conditions. For this reason it is important to rely on a team of professionals who will take you to the right place at the right time … always keeping an eye on safety! Preferably we will focus on small ski resorts, mainly in the Aosta Valley, away from the crowds.

If you feel like putting on your skins and making some elevation gain, the chances of finding even more beautiful wild places will increase considerably! The destinations will be chosen based on the weather and snow conditions. According to our “less is more” philosophy, we give priority to safety, limiting the number of participants for each group. Individual days can also be organized.
Do not hesitate to contact us for more information and to organize your powder day!

Mandatory safety equipment: ARTVA, shovel, probe. If you do not have it, you can rent it from local dealers, or from the Alpine Guides themselves. The possible need for detachable heel bindings and skins will be discussed with the Guide before departure.

NOTES: freeriding is a beautiful activity that allows us to discover enchanted places, velvety and white, to feel free, darting through the powder snow, drawing perfect tracks. At the same time it is a potentially dangerous activity and requires a great deal of experience to evaluate the conditions of the snowpack. It will therefore be ESSENTIAL that the members adhere to the rules of behaviour illustrated by the Guide before departure, and that they respect any possible change of plan designed for their safety!

90 Euro

per person



1 day


from December to April


Technical challenge

Physical challenge


Accompaniment by the Alpine Guide, the collective material.

Not included

Personal material, food, transport and cable cars for the customer and the Guide.

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