At 3,130 m (10,269 ft), Aiguille Dibona stands out on the Massif des Ecrins in the French Alps due to its eye-catching triangular granite spear. Climb to its top with one of the certified guides at Explore-Share.com: 1500+ guides, 70+ countries and more than 8000 different programs to choose from. Take a pick from our selection of Mountain Climbing trips in Aiguille Dibona. The mountains are calling!
Climbing Aiguille Dibona in Oisans
Aiguille Dibona 2-day guided climb (private)
2-day Aiguille Dibona ascent (3.130 m)
What should I know about Mountain Climbing Aiguille Dibona?
Located in the Ecrins National Park, Aiguille Dibona is a stunning peak that is easy to access and has great quality granite. Mountain climbing trips to the top of this stunning peak take approximately two days and include an overnight stay at the refuge du Soreiller, which is easy to access from the village of Étages. Climbing Dibona involves hiking and rock climbing which is why it is best to go with a certified guide that can help you with the trickier parts. Pick one of the guides at Explore-Share.com and start planning your adventure to the top of this breathtaking mountain in France!
Why should I choose Aiguille Dibona for my Mountain Climbing adventure?
One of the finest spires in the world
What can I expect from the weather during my Mountain Climbing trip in Aiguille Dibona?
Summer temperature range between 15 ºC to 20 ºC, with temperatures often below freezing at the mountain top.
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How can I get to Aiguille Dibona?
Fly into Alpes–Isère Airport (GNB) in Grenoble. From here, the Ecrins National Park can be reached in about one hour by car and a bit longer by bus.
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When is the best time to travel to Aiguille Dibona for Mountain Climbing?
June to September
Quentin is simply an awesome guide. It was one of my first climbing experiences and Quentin helped me feel safe. He is very professional and knows how to manage groups of people. Despite the changes in our project, Quentin always tried to accomodate the best options for the group. His experience and knowledge of the mountain gave confidence to each group member. The fact that he is both physiotherapist and guide is a great advantage, regarding physical preparation and stretching for example. Thanks Quentin! And see you next year on top of the Mont-Blanc!
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