1+day guided rock climbing in Chamonix

Dare come with Carlos, IFGMA/UIAGM certified mountain guide, on this 1+day guided rock climbing trip in Chamonix, France. Suitable for experienced climbers only!




Trip Duration

1+ day

Mountain Range


People per Guide

2 people

Trip Level


Offer Period

Jun, Jul, Aug, Sep

Type of Trip

Not specified



    Famous for its  accessibility and rock variety,  the Chamonix Valley is one of the best climbing spots in the world. Follow me on this 1+day guided trip and discover the best granite in Europe!

    Surrounded by the most spectacular peaks of the French Alps, the Chamonix Valley is known for being the ‘world’s climbing capital’. During this guided program, we will discover its mythical climbing routes.

    On this trip, we will explore the Aiguille du Midi in the Mont Blanc mountain range. From the top of its 3,842 meters, it offers a spectacular panoramic view of all the French, Swiss and Italian Alps. Climbing this mountain is  a rite of passage for any alpinist. But beware, all climbers who have tried this incredible rock haven have immediately become addicted!

    This 1+ day guided program is suitable for motivated and experienced climbers who can dominate the 5+ in rock. Adventurers who are ready to spend a few days of excellent rock climbing in the epicenter of world mountaineering are also welcome.

    So, are you ready to join me on this fun and challenging program in Chamonix? Then send a request to book this trip and let’s go for it. I guarantee this will be a unique experience!

    Additionally, I also offer a 3-day ascent to Mont Blanc. Check it out!

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    Price per person, per day

    Group of 1
    300 EUR

    Group of 2
    200 EUR


    Price includes

    • Guiding fee
    • Meals: Breakfast, Dinner
     The price does not include the guide´s expenses (accommodation, meals, lift tickets, etc). -Group of 1 for two days : 500 euros -Group of 1 for three days: 800 euros -Group of 2 for two days: 300 euros -Group of 2 for three days: 450 euros -Price does not include: transport and personal equipment.


    • Day 1Aiguille de Midi via Rebuffat (6a) 220 m
    • Day 2Aiguille de Midi via Lachenal (6a+) 200 m
    • Day 3Chamonix - Aiguille de Midi via Espolon des Cosmiques (5+) 160m - Chamonix

    Other details

    Skill level required


    Fitness level required


    Meeting point



    About the Guide


    IFGMA/UIAGM Guide from Chile

    I have extensive experience guiding in the Andes and Europe. I am a resident in Chile, Spain and Chamonix. I am very sociable and motivated. I am always available for projects in the mountains.



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    What People are Saying about Carlos Vasquez Barriga


    Carlos is superbien guide! Thanks for a great trip!
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    Scott Horrocks
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    Prarabdh Awasthi
    Thanks to Carlos and explore- share staff:) My experience with booking through explore-share and climbing to Mount Blanc with Carlos were fantastic! He is very easy going and flexible.
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    Kyong woodward
    The guide is friendly and attention to safety. But the arrangement of such time and place is not suitable for us. The first day took the cable car at 1:30 PM and then take the train, stay in Tête Rousse refuge, only spend 5 hours total. And midnight at 2:00 Am started to climb to the summit and straightly back to the train station to catch the train at 5 Pm. It would take 15 hours. The physical strength of the two days was too unbalanced. In fact, I would not have these problems If we stayed in the Gouter refuge on the first day. My husband and I knew that will be a big test for us, but it doesn\'t mean we want to give up the climb to the summit. The uncomfortable thing is, The guide asked to go back even we didn\'t see the Mont Blanc. I am very upset, but the guide insists that I don\'t have a way to resist. My husband and I just slowly walk with disappointment. At 9 Am we arrived at Tête Rousse refuge, and slowly took a meal, slowly descended the mountain, and arrived at the train station at 1 o\'clock, not 5 pm. We spent time and money to climb our dream Mountain, but this is the result, very dissatisfied of.
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