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Climb the 82 4000 meter peaks in the Alps

Join IFMGA certified guide Enrico for an unbelievable climbing adventure that will see you climbing any of the 82 4000 meter peaks in the Alps, from Mont Blanc to the Matterhorn.

Mountain RangeAlps
Duration1+ day
Offer periodMar, Apr, May, Jun, Jul, Aug, Sep, Oct
Skill LevelAll Levels
Fitness LevelFit
Type of tripPrivate

Highlights

  • Choose from 82 different peaks in the Alps to climb.

  • Scale mountains in France, Italy and Switzerland.

  • Due to the variety, this trip is ideal for climbers of all skill levels.

Description

The Alps are home to many, many beautiful mountains. In fact, there are 82 peaks that exceed 4000 meters in altitude. And on this trip you will get to choose which one of those peaks you wish to scale to the very top.

Due to the sheer number of mountains to choose from in the Alps, this trip can last for one day, or several. Also, because of the amount of peaks available, this trip is open to climbers of all skill levels. However, all participants on this trip should be in good physical condition. So for experts looking for that special peak that will push them to their limits, there are definitely peaks for you. And for less experienced climbers looking for a peak where they can learn, practice and improve their evolving skills, there are several peaks for you as well. But regardless of which peak you choose, I will see to it you are expertly guided. Thus providing you with an experience that will be as fun as it will be safe and secure.

Below are some examples of the peaks available to you on this trip in the Alps.

  • Matterhorn (4,478m)
  • Mont Blanc (4,810m)
  • Lyskamm (4,527m)
  • Breithorn (4,164m)
  • Gran Paradiso (4,061m)
  • Weisshorn (4,506m)
  • Mont Maudit (4,465m)
  • Dent Blanche (4,357m)
  • Mont Blanc du Tacul (4,248m)
  • Castor (4,228m)
  • Zinalrothorn (4,221m)
  • Vincent Pyramid (4,215m)
  • Grandes Jorasses (4,208m)
  • Aiguille Verte (4,122m)
  • Monch (4,107m)

With so many peaks to choose from, I have absolutely no doubt you will have an amazing experience personalized just for you. To be a part of this adventure, just send me a request. I look forward to guiding you.

 Are you interested in ice climbing? Then join me on this 2 day course in central Switzerland.

Accommodation

There are many comfortable mountain huts in the Alps, as well as hotels that I will be happy to recommend to you after you have chosen your peak or peaks.

More info

According to the new directives of the Aosta Valley Regional College, insurance for recovery in the event of an accident is in charge of the customer and can be purchased by registering with the ITALIAN ALPINE CLUB (or corresponding local alpine club) or on the UVGAM website (https://pos.larcasrl.it/default.aspx?IDCON=926 ).

Meeting point

To be determined based on which peak you choose to climb.

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About the guide

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My biggest satisfaction is to explore new places, and share it with a rope-mate. And to do it as a professional is the realization of a dream. At the age of 15, I knew I wanted to become a mountain guide, I wanted to live in the mountains, teach and share my new passion. In 2006 I realized my dream and I became a professional mountain guide. I like sharing my knowledge and experience with my clients, taking a journey that transforms slowly the guide-client relationship in climbing partner and often in friendship. I am not and never will be a lone climber but "a company" 'explorer. My specialty lies certainly in climbing on ice and mixed in the high mountains. With my clients I climbed the most difficult faces in the Alps, explored mountain ranges, traveled between America, Asia, Africa, and Europe.


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