Soaring above the snow-capped mountaintops, explorers enjoy an exhilarating helicopter excursion to the Rutor Glacier, where an experienced guide will chaperone thrill-seeking skiers through some of the most secluded parts of the region. Under the shadow of the glacier, skiers leave their signature on untouched slopes of powdery fresh snow, accessible only by air, and away from the groomed pistes of the valley.
From the dizzying heights of the newly launched Mont Blanc Sky Way, intrepid explorers can enjoy breathtaking panoramic views of some of the highest snow-peppered peaks in the Western Alps. Specially designed glass-panelled cable cars rotate throughout their flight, leaving no sight unseen. Disembarking the Sky Way, guests commence their journey across the infamous, 4,810m high, Mont Blanc glacier. Not for the faint hearted, the ice walk takes adventurous travellers across the beguiling glacially carved landscape, offering unprecedented views of the untamed rocky peaks of the Aiguilles de Chamonix.
The adventure winds down to a wistful close, with a trip to the skies aboard a hot air balloon, gliding through the heart of the Aosta Valley; a stone throw above the labyrinth of mountaintops below, the beauty of the Italian Alps can be fully appreciated. Boots firmly back on the ground, hungry explorers are whisked to a private mountain retreat by snowmobile, where a hearty meal awaits.
Once back at the hotel, adventurists can sooth aching muscles with a luxurious spa treatment, as they indulge in a two-hour private spa experience, bottle of champagne and canapés.