JEMSKI offer new horizons to improve your off-piste ski technique or simply have a day with a mountain professional to discover the awesome off-piste itineraries of the area.
The Paradiski ski area (Les Arcs, La Plagne, Peisey-Vallandry) offer exceptional possibilities for off-piste skiing, with easily accessible routes for skiers and boarders.
This is an unforgettable experience and ideal way to appreciate the silent charm of the mountains. Here our professional off-piste instructor/guide will coach you on the techniques and conduct needed for off-piste adventures . The mountain remains a natural environment that we are unable to control. Knowledge, experience and prudence will protect us from dangers we may encounter.
Each client is equipped with an ARVA (a personal avalanche beacon), and a backpack, shovel and probe. You may also hire backpacks with airbags in the Peisey-Vallandry resort.
In Paradiski there is an amazing amount of routes with huge descents, couloirs and secret hidden bowls of joy. At the top of the Rouge Aguille (access off the cable car) it is possible to access over 30 different routes and some of this end up in at the furthest end of the Les Arcs domain at Villagoger ( 2000m vertical ) There are also routes from Mount Pourri . On the La Plagne side we have the crowning glory of the Bellcote glacier many different descents into Nancroix from the North side. There are also many long routes down to Champagny on the south side. In addition to these mega itineraries there is plenty of secret tree skiing all over the Paradiski area and after large and heavy storms that whiten the valley some amazing routes to both Bourg St Maurice and Macot as well as other villages and hamlets.
A small ski resort with endless possibilities, including the north face of the Fogliettaz (2,930 m) and the various itineraries down to the village of Monal.
Set off from Peisey-Vallandry towards the Aiguille Rouge in Les Arcs, and then we ski down to Villaroger via the east slope of the Aiguille. On arrival at the village, a taxi will be waiting to take us to Tignes Val-Claret ski resort and the Col du Palais, from there we follow the Grande Casse until we reach the traditional village of Champagny-le-Haut and the ski resort of Champagny-en-Vanoise, part of the La Plagne ski area. We then head towards the Glacier de Bellecôte and its superb North Face and finish the day in style with a magnificent 1,500 vertical metres descent as we ski down to the village of Les Lanches at the bottom of the Peisey Nancroix valley.
A day’s heli-skiing with a drop-off on the Italian side of the Col du Petit St Bernard at La Rosiere, a chance to see the mountain in a different light and access superb spots with breath-taking views of the Mont Blanc. Maximum four people + one professional per helicopter.
Possibility of several drops during the day.
And you can relive the day’s adventure over a meal in an Italian Alpine chalet.