SKI & SNOWBOARD CAMPS
Our powder camps are a staple in the Powder Extreme calendar. There’s a reason people keep coming back year after year!
Our powder camps are focused on making a huge impact to your off-piste skiing in a short space of time. We keep the group sizes small so you can benefit from individual instruction from our coaches.
The camps are tailored to suit the needs of the group, as well as weather and snow conditions, so each week of the camp is unique!
Our coaches have been skiing in Verbier for years, so know the best spots on the mountain to find amazing quiet powder runs.
January, 9 - 13 2023
January, 16 - 20 2023
January 23 - 27 2023
Jan 30 - Feb 4 2023
February, 6 - 10 2023
Have you ever wondered what it's like to ski off-piste? Or are you an experienced rider, and just want to improve your technique whilst discovering new terrain? Then joining one of our off-piste camps is a perfect opportunity.
Group sizes are limited to 6 people with groups organised by level and experience. To find out your ski level, have a look at our Ski Level Checker.
Technical ski coaching for 5 full days
Training for use of avalanche safety equipment
Introduction to mountain safety training*
*Included in our Mountain Safety Camps
Avalanche safety equipment (rent for 90CHF for 5 days)
Minimum level 2 on our ski level checker - click here to check it out.
We aim to run at least one Level 3 and one Level 4 group per week, as well as beginner groups on selected weeks - get in touch to learn more
Where and When
Mountain Air, just 50m up from the main Verbier lift station
08:45, ready to leave at 9am
All our camps are ran in English, but our coaches also speak French, Spanish, Swedish and Italian!
What to wear....
All terrain or fat powder skis
Goggles and gloves
Good outerwear jacket
Appropriate layers for the weather
What to put in your backpack...
Transceiver - with at least 60% charge for the day
Shovel and probe
Phone with full charge
Lift pass - 4 Valleys pass
Bottle of water
Skins (if you have some)
Bring some spare...
Extra masks or filters
Layers for those cold descents
Spare lenses for your goggles