Private Ski Guiding

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Do you have something in mind that is not on our list of ski trips?
Don’t hesitate to get in touch with your ideas and we will make it happen. We have a great selection of IFMGA qualified guides based all over the world. They are all english speaking, great fun to hang out with and very skilled at finding the best snow out there.

Our ski guides can take a group of up to 5 clients on both ski touring terrain and back country areas. We have guides available for single day bookings or for multi day tours including nights in huts.

Want to learn about crevasse rescue techniques and glacier travel? Book a private guide for up to 6 of your ski buddies and learn how to stay safe when the terrain becomes dangerous.

We’d love to hear from you if you have a specific project or trip in mind. It only takes a few clicks to complete your booking with us, simply click ‘book now’ and select your preferred dates and we’ll be in touch within 24hrs to confirm your booking.

Course Details

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    Price from €90.00 per day

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    Location: Global

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    Guide ratio: from 5:1 to 1:1

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    Season: Winter and Spring


Further Information.

What's included
  • IFMGA Guide and guiding fees
  • In resort transport
What's not included
  • Transport to/from course location
  • Equipment rental
  • Travel insurance
  • Any catering
  • Uplifts
  • In resort transport
  • Accommodation
Who is this for?

We can offer private guiding to any level of fitness and ability.

Typical Itinerary

We can set up an itinerary according to your wishes and current conditions.


Good fitness will make it more fun and you’ll get more out of your trip! Although we will tailor the course to your ability, we definitely recommend getting as fit as possible before you start. The process of training for your goal will help you focus on your goal – and having a goal will help you focus on your training. So all in all training is good!

Mountaineering is all about being able to exercise at a moderate intensity for many hours (typically 5 to 12 hours) and your training should reflect this.
Probably the best training is going on long days hill walking as this simulates the real thing as closely as possible and prepares the mind (exercising for long periods in poor weather requires mental strength!). However not everyone has the opportunity to do this and so alternatives such as jogging, cycling and gym workouts are good.
The focus should be on training Cardiovascular Endurance and so if in the gym, cycling/running/rowing machines are much better than weight training. Try and exercise for up to a couple of hours at a time, 4 times a week. Remember to build up your workouts over time. If you are not used to exercising much, your muscles and joints need time to
build up to avoid injury.
Try and choose an activity that you enjoy and keep a note of what you do and your times – this really helps with keeping the motivation up.
If you are not used to training then your local gym will be able to advise you on a plan and schedule to help you achieve your goals.
Training does not work overnight! The fittest athletes train as part of their lifestyles and have been doing it for years.
Consider training for a good couple of months before coming out to the Alps.
The Effects of Altitude
As one climbs higher the air gets thinner and so there is less oxygen in each breath we take. The higher we go the less oxygen there is. This makes exercising much harder work than at sea level and so we have to slow down to help compensate. Because we have slowed down, we may feel colder.
Because there is less oxygen in the air as we get higher, this can lead to ‘altitude sickness’ or Acute Mountain Sickness which is like the worst hangover you have ever had (headache, nausea, weakness, fatigue, dizziness) and can develop into a very serious and even fatal (in extreme cases) problem.
To avoid these problems, enjoy the climbing and increase our chances of summiting we need to acclimatise by spending several days and nights at progressively higher altitudes, so our bodies can adapt. This is a very important part of our preparation.

Kit List

1. Shell Jacket
2. Down Jacket
3. Salopettes
4. Avi kit (transceiver, shovel, probe)
5. Harness
6. Crampons
7. Helmet
8. Goggles
9. Sun cream (factor 50)
10. Backpack suitable to carry skis/snowboard (minimum 20L)
11. Fully charged camera
12. 1 litre water bottle (minimum)
13. Sunglasses
14. Gloves
12. Desire for Adventure!

Booking info

To find out more about our courses, availability, pricing structure, or to ask any questions, please get in touch via email [email protected] or by phone on +44 (0)845 527 58 12.

We take a 30% deposit to secure your trip, and we ask for the balance to be paid 10 weeks before the course start date. Any bookings within 10 weeks will be the full amount at check out.


We strongly recommend getting specialist travel insurance that covers cancellation, medical and mountain rescue.

Make sure that it covers off-piste backcountry skiing (with a guide) and ski touring. It’s worth getting cover for Italy, Switzerland and France if you are visiting Chamonix as the 3 countries are all intertwined in the Mont Blanc massif and many ski touring routes may cross borders.

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