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Guide in verbier

 Poster: A snowHead
Poster: A snowHead
Hi guys,

I`m fortunate enough to have been offered a place in a new house a friend of mine helped to build during last summer in Verbier, so I`ll be spending 3 days there from the 20th jan this year.
My mate isn`t really there to ski (rather to catch up with some friends) and there`s also another 3 people staying in the house, who I believe ski rather than snowboard, and its a family thing, and I think they`ll want some time together on the slopes.
This will be my 8th snowboarding holiday and I was really thinking of getting a guide to take me out to the best places, as I feel I might be expected to do my own thing (boo hoo!!).
I was wondering if anyone could recommend a company/person?
Just to be out for a few hours with someone, I believe would really benefit me and help me progress. I`d class myself as intermediate and I`m quite happy hitting natural kickers and I`m comfortable on most terrain (barring mogel fields!).
I`ve checked the website but I`m still a bit unsure what the cost would be and who to go with ? any advice would be appreciated, thanks Simon.
P.s I`ve realised my chicken should have been out of the oven 20 mins ago whilst composing this topic !!!!!!
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 Obviously A snowHead isn't a real person
Obviously A snowHead isn't a real person
bigsando, speak to European Snowsports or Powder Extreme. They can both offer instructors that can also take you off piste. Better than a guide for Verbier as nearly all of the guides here are skier focused so a day or two out with them will be long. PM me, I have some friends that work for both.
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