Winter Team Building Challenges

We have created our selection of mountain activities with great passion and only invite our clients to do the things we love doing. Every activity has its own special attributes, which means we can offer something to satisfy everyone. However, many years of experience have taught us that certain Chamonix activities clearly stand out from the crowd, due to their unique nature: off-piste skiing, particularly down La Vallée Blanche, in winter and climbing Mont-Blanc in summer. Should you wish to instil an unforgettable and unsurpassable memory in the minds of your partners or clients, these activities will most certainly achieve that.


Ski the Vallee Blanche

Skiers and snowboarders have been coming to Chamonix for decades to explore its famous off-piste, steep couloirs and backcountry. The winter sports terrain in the Chamonix Valley is extremely varied: from the rolling slopes of Le Tour at the top of the valley, narrow couloirs of Le Brévent, tree skiing around Les Houches, to the paramount glacier skiing of Les Grands-Montets and the steep high altitude descents from the Aiguille du Midi. No matter what a skier’s ability, we always find a route appropriate for them, be they novice or expert. The ultimate ski run has to be La Vallée Blanche – setting off from the Aiguille du Midi top cable car at 3842m of altitude, riding fresh powder between the giant summits of the Mont-Blanc range, to reach Chamonix after 23km of winter bliss.

Mont-Blanc mystifies, fascinates and captivates all that see it. It is nigh impossible not to imagine standing on the summit at 4810m of altitude, as soon as one arrives in Chamonix. This ascent certainly poses a serious challenge to anyone, but with the correct pre-expedition physical training and technical preparation it is possible for even those with little or no mountaineering experience.  A genuine challenge for any team, it is the chance to push far beyond personal boundaries, to form close bonds with companions sharing a rope, to experience together a great achievement (or gracefully accept defeat) and, above all, to gain eternally lasting memories…