Ice Climbing trips – Cogne

Discover the Alps' ice climbing mecca!

Located in the Aosta Valley, in Italy, Cogne has become one of the Alps’ most famous ice climbing spots. Two small valleys — Valnontey and Lillaz — make up this white paradise, featuring more than 150 frozen waterfalls. There are ice climbing routes of all levels of difficulty, from beginner to advanced. Select one of our trips below and discover this incredible area! Explore-Share only promotes mountain trips led by certified guides. 

Cogne Valley Elis Martis
From 540 EUR

Cogne 3-day guided ice climbing tour

Ice Climbing in Italy| Easy | 3 days
Elis Martis, a certified mountain guide, will take you to the Cogne Valley to live a unique ice climbing challenge. Join him in an unforgettable experience in the best ice spots of the Italian Alps.

Ice climbing in Cogne, Aosta Valley

Ice Climbing in Italy| Intermediate | 1+ day
Cogne in the Aosta valley is one of the best spots in the Alps for ice climbing. Andrea, a local IFMGA mountain guide, guides you there on Italian ice falls, accessible for beginners as well as more experienced winter climbers.
ice climbing in the Alps Elis Martis
From 180 EUR

Icefall wonders 1-day programs in the Alps

Ice Climbing in Italy| Intermediate | 1+ day
The Alps and more precisely, the region of Valnontey in the Aosta Valley give you the opportunity to conquer the best icefalls during the winter. The IFMGA guide Elis offers several 1-day programs to make you reach and climb the frozen cascades you have always dreamed of!

5-day Ice climbing in Val de Cogne

Ice Climbing in France| Intermediate | 5 days
Why don't you join Sébastien, a local IFMGA mountain guide, in this 5-day ice climbing training? It is a program suitable for all levels in the most outstanding cascades of Val de Cogne, near Chamonix.

Guided Ice climbing in the Alps

Ice Climbing in France| Intermediate | 1+ day
Ice climbing and winter mountaineering in the best spots of the Alps: Val d'Isère, Bonneval, Chamonix, Argentière, Kandersteg, Cogne...with Jessy, IFMGA mountain guide.