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Price per person for a collective outing (guiding + ski pass). From 5 to 8 people
The two classic routes of La Grave, the Chancel and the Vallon, both incredible off-piste descents in a wild high mountain environment
It's tour fist time in la Grave ? The mountain guide office and the téléphérique offer you an attractive price for your first time (guiding + ski pass). The Vallons de la Meije are the two classic descents of the la Grave-la Meije ski resort, providing a perfect opportunity for a discovery of this legendary place, as well as a good initiation to off-piste skiing. La Grave is indeed a paradise for freeride lovers: a lift will take you to an elevation of 3200m (10,500ft) and from there, you can enjoy more than 2000m (6,400ft) of vertical descent in a wild high mountain environment. It is also possible to take a ski lift up to the Dôme de la Lauze at 3568m (11,400ft). The highest point of la Grave-la Meije allows you to discover on skis the Girose glacier, one of the largest existing glaciers in the French Alps. The upper part of the glacier offers gentle slopes which are pleasant to ride, with stunning views of la Meije, the Grandes Rousses massif and Mont Blanc in the background. You will not find any marked or secured slopes in la Grave, instead you will ski untracked snow under your own responsibility. From the top of the lift at the Gare des Ruillans, you have the choice between the Vallons de la Meije and the Vallons de Chancel. If you choose the first itinerary, you will ski below the Meije and Râteau glaciers in a stunning environment of seracs and rocky bars. Should you pick the second option, it is a mix of more gentle open slopes, also providing the opportunity to take a break at the Chancel moutain hut (2508m / 8000ft), ideally located on an outcrop offering jaw-dropping views. Both itineraries reach the intermediary station of the Peyrou d'Amont (2400m / 7700ft) and from there, you can ski down to the village of La Grave among a vast forest of larch trees, choosing between different options.
You are comfortable skiing on groomed trails and sometimes on the outer edges of the trail. You are able to turn at any time and are in control of your speed.
You are able to ski an entire day on irregular snow.
That day, your meeting time is at 8:45am at the guide office.
You'll meet your guide and he will lend you the security gear (tranceiver, shovel, probe)
Don't forget your back pack (30L)
Your outing will be from 9am to 4pm.
The program of the day depends on the snow conditions, weather forecast, your level, and your desires.
You can eat lunch in one of the 2 restaurants on the ski slopes (you will also pay the lunch for the guide).