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Oli Sebbar Off Piste & Ski Touring Guide, Alpe d'Huez

Personal off piste guiding in winter to discover the mountains

Style

  • Level
  • Intermediate
  • Advanced
  • Languages Spoken
  • English
  • French

Services

  • Activities
  • Ski Touring
  • Guides & Instructors
  • Ski-Touring Guides
  • Lessons
  • Adult Lessons
  • Ski Touring Lessons

Experience freedom and adventure in the mountains with an excellent off piste and ski touring guide.

Olivier Sebbar is a fully certified ski instructor both in France with the top national qualification and in
New-Zealand with the trainer and examiner qualification. His passion for the mountains has driven him to share his views and knowledge of the terrain and various techniques.

With touring, you will be able to go from one village to another, or simply ski across a whole mountain range from hut to hut whilst being fully immersed in an outstanding environment. With multi days itineraries ski touring you will join this extraordinary community of adventurers, and explorers but with the safety of being guided by a professional.

It is a great way to discover other mountain ranges around Alpe d'Huez. The prices for ski touring are as follows.

  • 3 hours 1 to 5 people (to share between friends or family members) €210
  • 4 hours 1 to 5 people Morning only (to share between friends or family members) €250
  • Full day 1 to 5 people (to share between friends or family members) €390

Oli also offers guided freeride for half days or full days on skis, snowboard or telemark as well as off-piste coaching with technical support. For advanced skiiers who would like to experience something new, there's the steep skiing coaching which requires specific technical skills and is quite extreme, evolving in 40°+ gradients.

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