French big mountain skier Vivian Bruchez lives in Chamonix, and is a professional guide and ski instructor with a background in alpine racing.
Having spent his entire life on skis, steep skiing is a lifestyle to which he brings passion, patience, engagement, precision and concentration. Some of Vivian’s recent highlights include a ski descent of 7134-metre Tilicho Peak in the Himalaya and a four-descent day on the Aiguille du Midi’s North Face. Earlier this year he also scored the first descent of a gorgeous 400-metre, 45-50˚ couloir less than three hours from the top of Chamonix’s Grands Montets.
- If there's no way, find the way! Chardonnet : Vire de lune, march 2016 📷 @kilianj instagram.com/p/BGMpyqCSyXO/
- The view is always better from the top! La vue est toujours plus belle d'en haut Spot: Tour… instagram.com/p/BGGaW9FSyfz/
- Riding from top of the #mountains straight to the ocean is quite a unique experience. Norway… instagram.com/p/BE2jPzkyyZd/