Explore a collection of alpine peaks in Chamonix, including the Arête du Diable, with IFMGA-guide Jan on a 5-day rock climbing trip.
Jul, Aug, Sep
* 5 days of adrenaline-fuelled alpine climbing in Chamonix.
* Conquer 6 summits that surpass 4,000 meters.
* Benefit from having a fully-certified guide leading you through the climbs.
Join an adrenaline-fuelled rock climbing trip in the picturesque alpine commune of Chamonix.
With multiple peaks on the agenda, we’ll conquer 6 summits in the same day that surpass 4,000 meters. We will be non-stop climbing on the quality alpine rock.
One of the peaks we’ll ascend is the dramatic ridge of the Arête du Diable, which offers exceptional views of the Mont Blanc massif.
Chamonix is a French commune in the Haute-Savoie department in the southeast, sharing a border with Switzerland to the northeast and Italy to the south.
The commune was host of the first Winter Olympics in 1924 and has cultivated a world-class resort for all outdoor activities.
The climbing programme during the 5 days includes a fully-comprehensive day by day schedule with proper preparation and acclimatisation.
It is necessary for potential participants to have a good level of climbing ability, grade 6a, as well as experiences on glaciers and altitudes of above 4,000 meters.
Get in touch now to reserve your place in the magnificent mountains of the Alps in the French commune of Chamonix. Climb multiple peaks, such as the Arête du Diable, during 5 days of rock climbing.
- Guiding fee
The price does not include the guide´s expenses (accommodation, meals, lift tickets, etc).
Climbing on Aiguille Rouge, checking skills and so on, before staying overnight in Chamonix.
We will take the cable car to Aiguille du Midi, climb its south face or Eperon du Midi plus the Arete Cosmique. Overnight in the Cosmique hut.
Climb on Pointe Lachenal or Trident du Tacul. Overnight in Torino hut.
Climb Dent du Geant. Rest in Torino hut for the afternoon.
Climb Arete du Diable and descent to Chamonix.
I've been skiing and climbing since my early childhood. I graduated in 2005 from the Univerzity of Hradec Kralove with a Master degree at the Faculty of Education. Since then I worked as a history and PE teacher. I was also running an Outdoor sport's club at that time, spending plenty of time climbing, skiing etc. with my students.
In 2009, I became a full time skiing and climbing instructor.
2009 – APUL C ski instructor
2010 – APUL B ski instructor
2011 – APUL telemark and snowboard
2012 – ISIA Mark (International ski instructors association)
– MSMT climbing instructor and Mountain leader
2013 – entered the UIAGM mountain guide education
2014 – passed the UIAGM Aspirant exam.
2015 - Succeeded the UIAGM / IFMGA final exam
Spending your holiday with you would be my pleasure. Whether in winter on a ski tour (in Czech Republic or Austria) or in summer among the spectacular sandstone towers.
It will be, with no doubt, a very pleasant experience for all of us. I'm an easygoing, friendly and reliable person with a good sense for responsibility.
Don't hesitate to get in touch with me !
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it was great! Jiri is a fantastic guide and man, we all enjoyed being with him a lot!!!
I had a great time and the guide really made me feel like we were friends on a day of climbing. Would do again! Thank you.
Awesome day of climbing provided by Jan. Extremely knowledgeable about the area and a fantastic climber and guide. This trip to Hruboskelsko was amazing in every way and climbing the towers an unbelievable experience. Would highly recommend this trip to all climbers, whether new or experienced.
We climbed locally in Turnov, which worked out perfectly. Jan was flexible and professional setting up a meeting spot and drove us to the climbing. He struck a perfect balance of grades and led routes I did not want to lead, and gave "laser guided beta" for gear on routes I did lead. We spoke of climbing, history, love, life, and politics while enjoying beautiful scenery. His local knowledge was obvious and enhanced the whole trip. While Czech sandstone is not for the faint of heart, Jan made this side of climbing very accessible and pleasurable far beyond my expectations. 10/10. If this trip is of interest to you, book with complete confidence.
I decided to undertake the three day introductory ski touring course with Jan this February in the Krkonose Mountains (Giant Mountains). Over the course of two full days and one evening, Jan and his co-guide Vojta introduced me and the rest of the group to the science, history, gear, and skills of ski touring, all while maintaining a friendly, vibrant atmosphere. Both of the guides had a very professional but warm approach to keeping everyone safe, and made sure we undertook and learned all the safety precautions needed in alpine environments. I didn't have any of my own ski touring gear, so I borrowed everything from the guides - all of the gear was of high quality and worked perfectly. The course was perfectly challenging but fun at the same time, and has gotten me hooked on ski touring. I can't imagine a better way to be introduced to ski touring, with better people - I highly recommend this experience!
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