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Mountain guides

Samuel Zurbriggen

September 1984, accompanies the guests since September 2010

„The fascination of freeriding for me is that, unlike ski touring, you don’t have tired legs and can enjoy the descent even more. You really get into a flow that is simply intoxicating.“

Felix Maurhofer

January 1964, mountain guide since 1997

«Freeride is for me like dancing on snow. It’s got everything, from Tango to Rock’n’Roll.»

Serge Thélin

February 1979, mountain guide since 2006

« What I like about freeriding is the speed and beauty of the lines in good company »

Arthur Bucher

July 1989

Mountain guide since 2019

„Drawing beautiful curves in powdery snow gives me great pleasure, especially when it is shared!“

Patrick Guillaume

December 1974

Snow patrol since 2002
UIAGM guide since 2014

Lives and works at Alpes d’Huez and at La Grave.

„Passionate Freeskier I’ve always skied everywhere, mostly in Switzerland.“

Carla Jaggi

Mars 1991

Guide since 2017

“Skiing and freeriding is the purest form of joy for me. The mountain is a big playground!”

Jérémy Pernet

“As a skier from Les Diablerets, I know glacier 3000 like the back of my hand. After many years of competitions, I naturally turned to freeride and the mountains. I love ski touring and discovering new regions in Switzerland and in the world with my skis.”

Stefan Urfer

February 1982

Mountain Guide since September 2009

“Freeriding means to ride the way you enjoy it and to discover your own style.
Use the terrain like a huge playground and have fun for yourself.”

Romain Wuilloud

April 1989

Mountain guide since 2017

Passionate about ski-touring, Freeride & Heliski.

Urs Baumgartner

February 1980

Mountain guide since 2009

What fascinates me about Freeride is the freedom to move in the terrain and the discovery of new areas and descents.

Michel Carron

Pro-riders

Richard Permin

Ambassador of Glacier 3000

Meet Richard

Milon Favre

A steep slope snowboarder with many first runs through the Alps, Peru and Pakistan. And now also Powsurfer with 4 years of experience.
Milon is also the founder of the Milon Snowboards brand, which this year will merge with the other local Diablerets Forest Snowboards brand.

Meet Milon

Dimitri Charrière

In the mid-1990s, Dimitri was one of the first in the world to become a professional Freeskier. Dimitri has no equal in this field, after 24 years of career, still on his skis at the highest level. In his spare time, he is a ski instructor, a freeski coach and an official judge certified by the Association of Professional Freeskiers & the International Ski Federation.

 

Meet Dimitri

Mikiel Chevallay

I’m a young man from Switzerland passionate by Freeride skiing. I’d like to realize my dream and live from my passion one day, throughout hard training, competitions and content production. I’m in love with what I’m actually doing and I hope to continue enjoying life while riding the mountains and working hard to achieve my goals.

Meet Mikiel

Sven Mermod

Sven is the ultimate ski freerider. He embodies smooth riding, speed control and aggressive movement.

Born in the heart of the Swiss Alps, he grew up between the forest and the peaks. Like a mountain goat, he climbs to the summit and goes down faster than ever.

Sylvain Nicolier

Sylvain Nicolier or Suisse moi, is a traveller who makes video challenges all over the world. After winning traditional wrestling matches in Togo, eating the most improbable things in the world, rollerblading down the Gilbraltar rock and finally snowboarding in Lausanne, he will be in Les Diablerets, because the glacier is after all the best place in the world to be.

Meet Sylvain

Anthony Holland

41 year old, from Leysin. I have been professional snowboarder for almost 15 years and I retired from competition 5 years ago. Working as  carpenter now.

Meet Anthony

Sascha Schmid

Sascha grew up on skis, his parents had a holiday home in the mountains, the next lift was not far away. So it came that Sascha completed his first ski race at the age of six. 15 years later, with some FIS races in his backpack, it was crystal clear to him that the best skiing would not take place on the slopes but next to them.
Since then some snow has fallen and melted, Sascha became Freerider Pro, started at some Freeride Worldtour (IFSA) and Redbull Snowthrills in Europe and North America and skied cross on WC level. Since 2004 Sascha also runs his own Bike & Freeski shop „Free-Mountain“ in Thun

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Fred Würsten

“Mountains and Snowboard are the fuel that keep me going on!”

Meet Fred

Jonathan Frossard