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Mountain Climbing in the Aosta Valley: Top Outdoor Adventures Awaiting You


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Discover the stunning scenery and iconic alpine peaks that surround and compose the idyllic Aosta Valley!

From Gran Paradiso to Monte Rosa and the Matterhorn, as well as everything else in between, the Aosta Valley is home to some of the best mountaineering opportunities found anywhere in Europe. Compare and book a certified guide for your trip on 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 Aosta Valley. The mountains are calling!

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FAQs: Mountain Climbing in Aosta Valley

What should I know about Mountain Climbing Aosta Valley?

Stretched over just 3,200 square kilometers, the Aosta Valley is chock-full of incredible mountaineering opportunities. Aside from the three aforementioned options, which are among the most popular, there are plenty of other great peaks to climb.

Taking a day to climb the Breithorn from Cervinia, in the north of the valley, is another popular option. This is another climb that is perfectly suited for beginners and provides incredible views out over the Matterhorn.

Aiguilles d’Entrèves, just outside of Courmayeur, is another classic alpine climb. The sustained climb requires traversing glaciers and some technical climbing at the summit, but the views of Mont Blanc are well-worth the effort.

Intrepid moutnaineers can even head up Mont Blanc, itself, approaching from Pointe Helbronner and traversing the entire massif en route to the top!

Why should I choose Aosta Valley for my Mountain Climbing adventure?

Stunning scenery

Surrounded by the Alps and blessed with an incredibly green and varied landscape, the Aosta Valley is a gorgeous spot for mountain climbing. From panoramic views of the tallest mountains in western Europe to stunning approaches through the diverse landscapes, mountaineering is a great way to get into the heart of this incredible valley.

Something for everyone

Whether you are heading out on your first mountaineering expedition or your hundredth, the Aosta Valley boasts the perfect place to go. From ascents perfectly suited for beginners to more challenging climbs, the Aosta Valley has something perfect for all aptitudes and climbing preferences.

Come for the culture

Even when you’re not out in the heart of the backcountry, there is still plenty to see in the Aosta Valley. The valley boasts 10 different castles as well as various vineyards and traditional villages. The food and wine of the area is world-renowned, making meal time in local restaurants and pubs an additional cultural exploration.

What can I expect from the weather during my Mountain Climbing trip in Aosta Valley?

During the summer months, the weather for climbing in the Aosta Valley is ideal. Average temperatures on the mountain hover between 8 ºC to 12 ºC. Weather on the mountain can be fairly unpredictable, but the summer months tend to be the driest.

How can I get to Aosta Valley?

Any trip to the Aosta Valley generally begins with a flight into either Geneva International Airport (GVA) or Turin’s international airport (TRN). From here, various starting points in the valley are only a few hours drive away. Many guides also will opt to meet you in either Turin or Chamonix.

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Best time to climb

June to September

What people are saying about Mountain Climbing | Aosta Valley



My guide Gigio was fantastic - couldn’t ask for a better guide to help me get to my first 4000m peak! Since the lift was closed for the season we hiked up from Cervinia at 2000m rather than starting the climb from 3500m which made it somewhat more interesting and taxing. My only complaint is the price: 960 euros for the guided climb plus 185 euros for two nights with half board at the mountain hut is a bit steep to say the least. I can only hope Gigio gets a significant portion of that.



Varesco was a fantastic guide! Very talented and kind. Couldn’t have been happier :)



Nice and kind guide and a beautiful weather made our climb a wonderful experience . Thank you very much .


Patrick was a great guide! Flawless ascent/descent which we enjoyed very much. Thanks



Incredible adventure. The contact and the organisation with Peaks Hunter was perfect. The experience with the Guide (Claudio) was also perfect. Very professional guide, perfect French speaker. It was a pleasure to spend those two days with him. Reaching the summit without him would have been impossible. (Do not believe in the Youtube videos over the Lion Ridge, they are not a good representation of the journey, much harder but way more nice) Thank you Peaks Hunter.

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