Off-Piste

Leave the crowds behind

For skiers that want to get away from the pistes,  these courses cater for large ranges of ability and experience from skiers making their first slides into the world of off piste skiing, to accomplished off-piste skiers that want to improve, ski with others of a similar ski ability, and explore further.

Different groups available for ‘Frontside’ off piste skiers through to expert/elite skiers.

I have just returned from your Off Piste course and my skiing trips will never be the same again. I have skied in places I only dreamed of and now when I go up a chair which crosses an off piste area I look down and think “I could ski that”

Journey into magical off piste with skill and confidence

Minimum requirements for this course:
Good intermediate skiers who can ski all blacks on piste AND off piste between pistes or at the side of pisted runs

Skiers with a good level of fitness to ski off piste for 3 hours per day for the week

Ability to get up unaided in the event of a fall

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Essential Information

Time of Year
Winter
Days Per Week
5 half days, Monday to Friday
Hours Per Day
3 hours
Skiers per group
Average 6, maximum 8 depending on conditions, itinerary, group level
SKI PASSES
Purchase in resort - full resort area pass required
Ski Equipment
All mountain skis, approx 99mm underfoot - book with Snoworks
Video Analysis
Occasionally depending on conditions
OFF PISTE Safety Equipment
Transceiver, shovel, probe, backpack provided by Snoworks
Helmet
Strongly advised

What’s the difference between the Off-Piste and Backcountry courses?

Off-Piste is half days with Snoworks instructors and Backcountry is full days with a combination of Snoworks instructors and local ski guides enabling you to ski much further away from the pistes.