Ski

On a Mountain Tracks Ski holiday you'll access and ski parts of the mountain you wouldn't normally get the chance to ski. You'll also have an expert on hand to push your skiing skills that bit further while working to ensure your safety.

So, if you're planning a ski trip and want to do more than just follow the crowds - you've come to the right place! Whether you are new to skiing away from the pistes or an old hand at finding your way around the mountain, we have a holiday that will suit you: from learning new off-piste skills with our dedicated team of Off-Piste Instructors to skiing the steeps with our experienced IFMGA Mountain Guides.

For many people the journey of getting into the mountains under their own steam is as important as the skiing off-piste. We can help you with your trip selection: we'll provide guidance based on your aspirations. You might want to put in the effort of getting up the mountain under your own steam on a ski tour, or perhaps you wish to make the most of lift-accessed off-piste. Our ski touring holidays are perfect for those looking for a more aerobic trip to gain access to less accessible slopes; whilst our off-piste holidays make the most of the ski lifts but still have plenty of adventure.

Mountain safety should always be at the forefront when exploring any off-piste areas. On all our holidays our guides use their skills and experience to ensure your safety at all times. If you would like to know more about how to survive and save others in the mountains then our Winter Mountain Skills courses provide an opportunity to improve your skill set.

Whatever you decide, Mountain Tracks is ideally placed to help you get the most out of your time in the mountains skiing exhilarating off-piste: we've been running specialist courses now for more than 10 years. In this time we have introduced our clients to established off-piste meccas, classic tours and new, undeveloped regions for the best skiing experience out there!

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