Heliskiing Mountain Guide Zermatt

Heliskiing Mountain Guide Zermatt

Make your stay in Zermatt to an unforgettable one

Heliskiing with a Mountain Guide – Ski Guide Zermatt can be the climax of your ski Holiday


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.

Guide fee:
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.

Landing spots:
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.

We meet at the heliport in Zermatt. The mountain guide / ski guide is available to pick you up from your hotel or chalet. For safety reason you will be equipped with: Transceiver (Beeper) – Probes – Shovel – Harness – Sling – Rucksack. 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.

Compulsory Equipment:
Skiwear – Sun Protection – Rucksack 15 – 25 litre* – Transceiver (Beeper)* – Probes* – Shovel* – Harness* – Sling 120 cm* – Freerideskis** – Ski Poles**.

Nice to have:
Camera – Video Camera – Helmet** – Goggles – Air Bag**.

Items with a * will be provided.
Items with a ** can be rented in a sport shop.

Please note:
Everything you bring with you, you have to curry it by yourself. Try to be as light as possible.

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