Jan, Feb, Mar, Dec
International Flight to Ulán Bator.
Arrival to Ulán Bator. We’ll visit the city and spend the night in a hotel.
Flight to the little town of Ölgii and transfer to Tavan Bogd. We’ll set up a camp and spend the night there.
We’ll walk through Tavan Bogd National Park until we reach the base camp (25 kilometers). Our luggage will be transferred by camels.
We’ll spend the following days skiing through the surrounding peaks. We’ll depart each day from the base camp.
On this day, we’ll return to the park entrance and spend the night in tents.
Return to Ölgii and travel to Tsambagarav National Park. We’ll spend the night in our camp at the foot of the Tsat Uul.
On this day, we’ll take a long ascent and enjoy the descent through the Tsast Uul. Then, we’ll return to Ölgii.
Flight from Ölgii to Ulán Bator. Night in a hotel.
International flight back home.
Ulán Bator Airport
Hotel in Ulán Bator and Ölgii
Certified mountain guide UIAGM / IFMGA
I work with Manu, a good friend of mine...
We are both rock climbing instructors and certified mountain leaders. I shared with Manu happy and doubtful moments, building a professional future with a passionate focus on the mountain and the guide role. An open vision over the world, where our competences, knowledge and curiosity are at our client’s service for one day or for life.
The agency we founded together is the natural outcome of our profound complicity. People think we are cousins or brothers. We are just friends, and lucky to be so, because our children are in love: as in love as you can be at 8 years old!
We are both lucky to live in Corsica, this unknown mountain where climbers, mountaineers and skiers still feel like pioneers. This mountain is our playground and our office.
Curious and open to the world, we also organize each year trips to faraway places to see what other mountains and people can give to us, and what we can learn from them.
Ice in the Equator and Patagonia, Spanish, Jordanian or American rocks, snow in the Carpathians, Norway ot the Caucasus. We love the mountain in all its forms and every time we reach a summit we want to climb the neighbouring summit and find what is hiding behind it.
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