Expert - Epique


Perhaps the most important thing about a ski or snowboard trip, the level of the trip and that of your travel companions. That powder descent that the guide picks out for you can be quite challenging but you have to be able to enjoy it. During a tour ski or splitboard tour you don’t want to get on your gums, but you still have some energy left for the descent. It is also nice if the group you are traveling with fits together. During an off-piste training everyone is at the same level and you can also learn from each other. Challenging descents can be sought during a freeride trip and a top is already conquered during the tour

Ski and snowboard levels

In order to coordinate the ski and snowboard groups as well as possible, we have five ski and snowboard levels, rookie to expert. For every trip we expect a minimum level. If several groups are going on a trip, we will divide them according to level.

Is an expert trip right for me?

A lot is expected from your ski or snowboard skills in the expert group. During a freeride trip you descend with ease through the steepest couloirs. If you are going on a tour ski or splitboard adventure, we expect you to be able to split on steep and icy terrain. Looking for a challenging journey? View our range of expert ski and snowboard trips below.

Expert ski en snowboard reizen Japan


Free Tour Georgia

Free tour Tyrol

Freeride Espace Killy

Freeride Hakuba

Freeriding in Niseko, Japan

Heli Skiing in Canada

Heli Skiing in Iceland

Heli Skiing in Kamchatka, Russia

Heli Skiing in Romania

Off-piste Training Hintertux

Ski & Sail Antarctic Peninsula

Ski & Sail Hornstrandir, Iceland

Ski & Sail Lyngen Alps, Norway

Ski & Sail Moondance

Ski and Sail | Skitouring in Norway

Ski tour Sellrain Hut tour

Ski tour Silvretta Hut tour

Ski touring in Lofoten, Norway

Summer Ski Tux

Tour ski road trip through the Lyngen Alps

Tour Skiing in Isafjordur, Iceland

Tour Skiing in Tian Shan, Kazakhstan

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