icons/avalancheicons/bootscompassfacebookicons/gloveshandsicons/hearticons/helmeticons/ice axeinstagramminusmountainicons/pathsMap Pinplusicons/questionicons/guideicons/ropeicons/gogglesicons/stafftenttwitteryoutube

Haute Route Ski Traverse

A world classic tour with all the amenities

The Haute Route is a clas­sic ski tour through the heart of the West­ern Alps and some of its most stun­ning scenery. First com­plet­ed in 1860, this high-lev­el moun­tain tra­verse cov­ers more than 75 miles / 121 kilo­me­tesr of alpine ter­rain, cross­es 12 dif­fer­ent glac­i­er sys­tems, and con­nects the two major moun­tain cen­ters — Cha­monix, France and Zer­matt, Switzerland.

This route is per­haps the most famous ski tour in the world. There are few places in the world where skiers can trav­el unen­cum­bered in the heart of the moun­tains, over high cols, hid­den val­leys, and immense glac­i­ers. The huts allow us to enjoy the ski­ing as only trav­el­ing light can. You’ll wit­ness an amaz­ing mix­ture of cul­tures while stay­ing in these huts as you social­ize with ski moun­taineers from around the world who are also tak­ing on the chal­lenge of the Haute Route.


  • Haute Route Ski Traverse

    $3,150 – 8 Days / In coun­try




Flight Information

We advise you to fly into Gene­va, Switzer­land. Plan your arrival in Cha­monix on the evening of Day 0 or the morn­ing on Day 2. From Gene­va book pri­vate trans­fer to Cha­monix. Trans­fers from the Gene­va air­port to Cha­monix should be booked in advance. You can see a list of trans­fer com­pa­nies here. Your return flight should depart Gene­va late afternoon/​evening on day 10. Includ­ed in the cost of your trip are hut break­fasts and dinners.


  • Haute Route Ski Traverse


    8 Days / In coun­try

    Book Trip


Haute Route



Pre­vi­ous expe­ri­ence required. Call for details. 800−328−5925

Training Trips