Heliskiing Zermatt-Mountain Guide-Ski Guide
Heliskiing could be the climax of your ski holiday or even your ski career. The flight over glaciers covered with snow and along the highest mountains in the Alps is an unforgettable experience. After the flight the real fun starts. Wide endless slopes, flying powder, crevasses and seracs, there is just everything to make your heart beat faster.
In the Alps there are only a few official landing spots for heliskiing left. Zermatt with Italy has got most of them: the highest ones and with the longest descents. But there are also descents to Saas Fee, lower Valais or Bernese Oberland. Heliskiing is the most spectacular way of skiing.
Take advantage of this unique opportunity and make your holiday an unforgettable one.
Glacier experience is not necessary and you don’t have to be a mountaineer for this unforgettable adventure. But you have to be a solid skier with some off piste experience.
CHF 550.00 for 1 or 2 persons plus flight. For every additional person a fee of CHF 40.00 per person will be charged.
Aeschihorn: descent ca. 1’950 metres, 6’395 ft, Monte Rosa: descent ca. 2’270 metres, 7’446 ft, Alphubeljoch: descent ca. 2’280 metres, 7’478 ft, Col Gnifetti: descent ca. 2’850 metres, 9’350 ft, Felikjoch, descent ca. 2’230 metres, 7’314 ft, Tête Vallpeline: descent ca. 1’600 metres, 5’247 ft and many more.
Fees for the flight:
About CHF 190.00 per person plus the flight for the mountain guide / ski guide.
Meeting point is the heliport in Zermatt. The mountain guide / ski guide is available to pick you up from your hotel or chalet and drop you off again. For safety reasons the mountain guide / ski guide will equip you with an avalanche transceiver and a harness. Flight to the landing spots and guided descent. If safety allows it you ski the slopes first. On the descent you will find enough time for a break and lunch in a hut / mountain restaurant.
Prices and programme are subject to change.