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Chamonix is one of the world’s best ski resorts for off piste skiing with 4 incredible ski areas, . Les Grands Montets, Brevent & Flegere, Domaine de Balme and Aiguille du Midi (Vallée Blanche ). all very special in their own way. If the conditions are better in Courmayeur or Verbier , the guide can also take you there, which is just an hour away. We can even organize Helicopter skiing in both Switzerland and Italy.



Chamonix Adventure organizes tailormade mountaineering trips for everyone! We have guides for everything from beginners climbing to big face climbing. If you want to climb Mt Blanc, Matterhorn or other 4000meters summits, get in touch and we help design the program needed to achive your goal.




The valley offers 350 km of superbly maintained hiking trails, with 170 different itineraries offering walks adapted to all.

Choose the lower valley trails for the wonderful forest scents or gain altitude and taste the blueberries, admire the fantastic panoramas and test your stamina.

Chamonix is the perfect place for trailrunning,

some of the biggest trail running events in the world takes place in Chamonix, UTMB and CCC.



Ski touring is a great way of exploring nature and at the same time experiencing powder skiing.  We organize beginners courses  for you who  wants to learn basics ( kick-turns and avalanche  awareness),  but also more advanced backcountry ski touring sessions.

For those that wants to discover Haute Route we are happy to find the most suitable guide for your group.

Lofoten and Lyngen become more and more popular for ski touring and  we have great connections to helping you finding the right guide to take you on an exciting adventure.



Climbing  become more and more popular in Europe. Both in Stockholm and Oslo have great climbing gyms. However, if you want to experience outdoor climbing, come to Chamonix! There are hundreds of routes to chose from and we also have a perfect beginners wall right in town.



Via Ferrata routes are built into rock faces with cables and ladders and other equipment designed to facilitate people's progression along the route and to optimize their security.

Developed by the Italian Army in the Dolomites during World war to access "inaccessible" peaks and equip safe passage for the troups carrying heavy equipment, Via Ferrata is now a new activity in its own right for people keen to try something a little more challenging than alpine hiking. Although no real climbing ability is needed, a via ferrata does demand a steady head for heights.

The activity is perfect for teambuilding or just a big group that wants to challenge themselves. Get in touch and we find a mountain guide to come with you!

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