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Join Matteo, IFMGA/UIAGM-certified mountain guide, on this 3-day Mont Blanc ascent (4810 meters) from Chamonix and reach the highest peak in Europe!
Join me on this 3-day Mont Blanc ascent (4810 meters) from Chamonix and reach the highest peak in Europe!
We will start our 3-day adventure from the famous town of Chamonix, France. During the first day of our trip, participants will ascend Aiguille du Midi (3842 meters) in order to acclimatize and prepare to take on the great Mont Blanc.
I have organized this trip in order to get to the top of Mont Blanc, with its 4810 meters, in the best possible condition. On our second day, we will reach the Gouter Hut located at 3800 meters and it will be on our third and last day that climbers will ascend the highest mountain in the Alps.
For this ascent you’ll need to have previous acclimatization, a very good fitness level and some basic mountaineering skills, such as walking in crampons and use an ice axe.
You will find a more detailed itinerary below!
Hotel at Chamonix. Refugio de l'Aigle, Gouter Hut or Tete Rousse Hut. I will make the huts reservations for you.
Extra Expenses: For the lift (Les Houches - Bellevue) + train Bellevue - Nid d’agile the price is 54,00 € - If we stay in the Gouter hut the price is 106 € for you + 86 € for the mountain guide If we stay in the Tete Rousse hut the price is 86,50 € foryou + 62.75 € for the mountain guide 5-day ascent option: Group of 1: EUR 2000 Group of 2: EUR 1000 Required equipment: - Climbing boots - Crampons - Ice axe - Harness - Helmet - Carabiners - Sling - Rain jacket - Goggles - 2 pairs of gloves - Overtrousers - Trousers - Wind stopper or pile
At 8.30 am in front of Aiguille du Midi lift near “intersport” shop, or at a meeting point of your preference.
After talking with the participants about weather conditions and safety procedures in Chamonix, we will take on Aiguille du Midi (3842 meters).
Les Houches (10 km from Chamonix) reach de l’Aigle Refuge with the train and start climbing until we reach the Gouter Hut (3.800 meter).
Reach the summit of Mont Blanc from Gouter hut and return back
I live in the mountain for 300 days every year, I'm expecialized in trip around the world from Jordan (Wady rum for climbing) to Himalaya summit, during the summer I usually to work in the Alps (Mont Blanc and Monte Rosa) but during the autumn is a must to fly in Kalymnos to climbing.
I'm a guide from 2006 and from 2008 I work in Italy in mountain rescue Helicopter and I specialized in avalanche explosive working-from 2015, I become a teacher of italian mountain guide.
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Group of 1
|EUR 1753 each|
Group of 2
|EUR 877 each|
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• The price does not include the guide´s expenses (accommodation, meals, lift tickets, etc). I can lend you crampons, ice axe, harness, helmet, carabiners and sling.
3 days for beginners, 2 days for more experimented .. and depending on the logging, difficulty increases ... should be more visible .. Booking was made personally but not by the organization team Pros: - Andreas’s skill as a guide, impressive - knowledge of the mountain - calm and patience Cons : - preparation required from Tete Rousse vs Goûter .. better information needed - extra costs related to the summit .. food, lift, trains , ....
We were very satisfied with the whole experience. Our guide Matteo was very experienced and taught us a lot during the short trip. He looked after us and made sure that we felt secure even on the most dangerous stages of the ascent and descent. I cannot express enough how happy we were with Matteo\'s support and guidance. He was very professional during the whole trip and also very jovial and kept us a good company. His knowledge of the mountains and mountaineering is exceptional and I wouldn\'t hesitate to recommend him to anyone wishing to climb in the Alps.
We were a bit unlucky with the weather, so we didn\'t summit. But given the conditions, I think we did the best we could, we\'ve scaled some smaller peaks and practiced our spline skills. Matteo is great guide, highly recommend.