The Hotel & Spa La Vallée has its own helipad which enables the guests to discover and practice heliski. From December to May, if you are in good shape and able to ski in all snow conditions, just treat yourself with this unique experience. Heliskiing means a complete day out in the mountains, where you will be skiing uphill and downhill on fantastic runs. Share and enjoy those emotions with your friends or family.
Price: from CHF 990.-/pp* (2 nights package)
*based on a group of 4 persons
Our Heliski Adventures include:
- accommodation and breakfast
- access to the spa
- ski pass for the Verbier/4 Vallées area
- mountain guide from mountain guides' office Guide de Verbier
- helicopter flight
- return by taxi
- renting of the compulsory technical equipment
N.B. The flying schedule and the days for helicopter skiing will be decided by the mountain guide. If the weather conditions don’t allow helicopter flights, you will only pay for the dinner, the accommodation and the breakfast in the hotel, the ski pass for the lifts, the mountain guide and the renting of the equipment (avalanche beacon and harness). A second helicopter flight per day is charged with CHF 300 per person.
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Carbon offset for heliski The managers of the Hôtel & Spa La Vallée, being environmentally responsible and driven by their passion to sports, have always paid particular attention to nature conservation and mountains protection and are well aware of the global warming problem. In order to make tourism and heliski rhyme with respect for nature, the hotel decided to be part of a carbon offsetting formula for every Heliski Adventures. This is made possible by Good Planet, the Yann Arthus Bertrand Foundation, and its “Carbone Action” programme.
A single helicopter transportation uses around 50 litres of kerosene; the financial offset to that CO2 release is equivalent to CHF 5.-, a sum that the hotel decided to donate to the Foundation for every helicopter transportation. That money is used to fund projects focusing on 4 thematics: reforestation and forests preservation, sustainable agriculture, universal access to clean energy and sustainable waste management.