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Off-piste skiing

I'd like to take you on a tour of the off-piste area of La Plagne, which I've been skiing for many years. I know the subtleties of the terrain, which means I can adapt to the weather and snow conditions to guarantee you the best itineraries.

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Who is it for?

 Off-piste skiing is for good skiers.  As long as you are in control on any type of piste.  Whether you're an expert or a beginner in off-piste skiing, the only important thing is to be aware of your abilities.

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What to expect

Safety will be the basis of this lesson. The spirit of adventure and of surpassing oneself, although present, will be controlled by safety management. Taking risks is an inherent part of skiing, particularly off-piste skiing. But the risk must remain measured and acceptable. My role in all this is to establish a framework that will enable you to ski as safely as possible. This framework is clear and is presented at the start of the day. 

Then, to maximise safety, you must be equipped with avalanche safety equipment: avalanche transceiver, shovel, probe and rucksack (this equipment can be hired on site if organised in advance). Helmets are strongly recommended.

Safety

Safety will be the basis of this lesson. The spirit of adventure and of surpassing oneself, although present, will be controlled by safety management. Taking risks is an inherent part of skiing, particularly off-piste skiing. But the risk must remain measured and acceptable. My role in all this is to establish a framework that will enable you to ski as safely as possible. This framework is clear and is presented at the start of the day. 

Then, to maximise safety, you must be equipped with avalanche safety equipment: avalanche transceiver, shovel, probe and rucksack (this equipment can be hired on site if organised in advance). Helmets are strongly recommended.

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