Architecture Digest - SwisSkiSafari
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With this unique outfit, ski fans are having fun. First, by helicopter they float over the slopes of the highest mountains of Europe, along the Mont Blanc. Next, they glide on pure, virgin slopes down the valley. That’s just one of the possibilities from the ‘Three Valleys, Three Countries’ tour which Danielle Stynes from Swisskisafari can propose to you.

This Australian by birth and snowboard fanatic will bring you to the top. For this six-day, $6500 package you’ll sleep in the best hotels of Verbier, Courmayeur and Chamonix, enjoy the high gastronomy of France, Italy and the Swiss Alps, sip their wines and also have the opportunity to enjoy tea time with the monks at the remote, mountaintop St.Bernard abbey.

‘I want my clients to have a lot of pinch me moments’, laughs Stynes. ‘To make them experience moments during which they will tell me: Pinch me, I think I’m dreaming’.

During a 20km long downhill on a glacier you may be surprised to meet an ibex, or simply enjoy a perfect picnic in powder snow. For anyone fed up with the endless waiting of ski lift queues and crowded sunny bars, Stynes is there to make your made-to-measure trip become reality.

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