Join UIAGM aspirant guide Alessandro for some great ice climbing in Cogne, Italy, in the Aosta Valley that can last for one for one or more days.
Spend one or more days ice climbing in Cogne, in the Aosta Valley.
Due to the number of ice walls, the trip is open to people of all skill levels.
Near the beautiful Gran Paradiso National Park.
Cogne is famous for its fantastic ice climbing. Located in the Aosta Valley of the Italian Alps it is a great place to visit, explore and enjoy. And on this trip, which can last for one or more days if you wish, I would like to take you to the ideal spots based on your skill level and personal preferences.
With variety comes choice. And for this ice climbing trip in Cogne, choice is exactly what you will get to enjoy. There are challenging walls that will push your skills. And there are easier walls that are perfect for those just starting in the world of ice climbing. Either way, Cogne has you covered.
Furthermore, due to the sheer number of amazing ice climbing spots throughout Cogne, our meeting point will be predetermined based on the spot chosen. Moreover, there are is a wide range of great accommodation options to choose from for those who want to enjoy the ice walls for multiple days. Finally, to give yourself a break from the ice climbing, you can also visit the beautiful Gran Paradiso National Park, which is full of amazing views and wildlife.
While this trip is open to people of all ice climbing skill levels, it is important that all participants are in good physical condition.
For anybody who loves ice climbing, Cogne in the Aosta Valley is the place to go. To see why, just send me a request.
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There are comfortable accommodation options in Cogne that I would be happy to recommend to you.
Participants should bring the following items with them: ice ax, crampons, helmet, harness, winter mountain shoes, 30/35L backpack, winter dry cover pants, polartec, padded jacket, goretex jacket, two pairs of warm gloves, mountain hat and buff, sunglasses, lip balm and snacks.
The meeting point will depend on where exactly you would like to ice climb.
I was born in 1981 and live in the Aosta Valley, surrounded by the wonderful peaks of my region.
I started guiding in 2016.
I like all mountain activities: freeride skiing and ice climbing in winter, ski mountaineering in spring, mountaineering in the high mountain in summer and rock climbing whenever possible!
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Group of 1
|EUR 372 each|
Group of 2
|EUR 186 each|
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- Guiding fee
The price does not include meals, transportation or ice climbing equipment, including ice ax, crampons, helmet and harness.