Base elevation: 1035m
Highest point: 3842m

Longest run: 2800vm
Piste km: 125km

Season: Dec. – May
Terrain: Glacier, Alpine, Forest

Group size Heliski: 4 pat.
Group size Freeride: 6 pat.

International Airport:
Geneva GVA, Turin TRN

Heli ski Chamonix

Chamonix, the “Freeride-capital” of the Alps, does not need many words. The town is located at the foot of Mont Blanc. There are many reasons why freeriders all around the world are enjoying the winter here. Big turns and steep couloir were skied in Chamonix, when other places in the Alps still had been untouched. Our Heli ski chamonix destination is located in the nearby Courmayeur. Since heli ski is not possible in all of France. After skiing, you can enjoy a beer in one of the many bars in Chamonix.

Heli ski Chamonix helicopter tour

Heli ski day Mont blanc

Heli ski day Mont blanc

Gallery Heli ski Chamonix

Mont Blanc with 2800 vertical meter runs, glaciers 2 Helicopter flights/475 Euro

Frequently Asked Questions

Why should I experience Heliskiing in Chamonix?

What’s special about Heliskiing in Chamonix

Chamonix is like the Mekka of the freeride scene and offers a wide potential of freeride possibilities that often end in a convival evening. Stories from the many bars in Chamonix would take a whole book to explain. Thanks to the nearby Courmayeur (through Mont Blanc tunnel), we are in no time in one of the best heliski areas in the Alps. The icing of the cake is the direct proximity to the highest mountain of the Alps, the Mont Blanc with its 4810m.

When is the best travel time for Heliskiing?

The best time for Freeride & Heliskiing in Chamonix, Mont Blanc

Thanks to the influences from the north and the south and the frequent accumulations at the Mont Blanc massif, we can expect rich snowfalls during the winter. From January to mid-April you will often encounter here the desired powder snow. In spring there are ideal conditions of firn.

How starts the Helicopter tour to Heli ski Chamonix?

Helicopter tour Chamonix

In Chamonix we offer the taxi pickup at your hotel. From there it goes on the Italian side, to Courmayeur. Here we start with the Chamonix helicopter tour. Above, the red and gray granite pillars pull up to the summits of Mont Blanc (4810 m). A long flight to the top of the Ruitor (3486m) offers great opportunities. Descents in La Thuile and Courmayeur ensure a maximum powder experience!