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Snowboarders Off Piste week Italy


Via Lattea




Guide / Instructor, Safety Equipment, Meals, Accommodation



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Do you want to spend more time in the powder? This is for you.

If you've spent a decent amount of time off piste already, and want to try a new area and ride with some new friends - A weeks local guiding in one of the biggest connected ski area's in the world will scratch that itch.

Most of the week will be lift-accessible backcountry, with one day at the end of the week reserved for a Splitboarding tour (your hire for this day is covered). With a small group of 6, and 2 guides you'll have lots of individual attention if you want to work on certain aspects of your riding.

The week will take you through varied terrain, from larch forests to big open bowls - you'll be riding decents of up to 1500m, from the high altitude reaches of 2700m above Sestriere.

You'll be staying in the Gran Hotel Sestriere, a 4-star hotel with it's own wellness centre to rest your legs for the next day. Chalet board means breakfast, afternoon tea and a dinner (Buffet style with appetizers, 2 courses and dessert). You'll be sharing a twin room with one of your camp mates.

Full info on the Via Lattea here


  • 5 days guiding

  • Backcountry and avalance skills

  • Safety equipment

  • Accommodation and half board

  • 1 day split board

This means you cover

  • Transport

  • Other equipment rental

  • Lift pass


You'll meet informally once everones arrived on the first evening

Then every day will be based on snow conditions, heading to the best routes for the day.

First day will always include safety briefing and practice.

We'll try to cover as much of the Via Lattea, to give you a taste of all the sectors.

Getting there

There's different options to get there

Flying into Turin

Shuttle service from Torino Caselle Airport provided by Cavourese Autolinee

  • 55 euro each way (inc. luggage & skis)


  • Sat & Sunday only 11:15 / 14:30 / 7:30pm - Airport Departures 1hr 10min to Olux

  • Other stops in: Cesana Sestriere Pragelato

or by Train

The closest station to the area is Oulx which is a relatively short tranfer to the resort towns. It's pretty much Sauze d'Oulx, with a minimal bus journey slightly up the mountain.

It will take about 1.5 hours to get from Turin to Oulx. Once you reach Oulx, there is a regular bus service to the other towns on the Via Lattea:

Bus Line 285 / 275

  • Cesana (20 min)

  • Claviere (37min)

  • Sestriere (45min)

  • Pattemouche (1hr)

From France

You can even catch a high speed train from the Gare de Lyon in Paris and it will take you less than 5 hours to reach Oulx. The train goes direct to Oulx.

If timing doesnt work out then you can also get a train to Modane then a local train connection for 15min to Oulx.

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