Our day will start with a cable car to the Flegere to climb the Index. Then, we’ll spend the afternoon in the local climbing area working on our climbing technique. I’ll be there to offer any tips and information.
Our first climb will be the Dent du Geant at 4013m. This mountain is known as the “giant’s tooth”, and it’s one of the most spectacular peaks in the Alps. It’s a really good trial run for the Matterhorn . That night, we’ll sleep in the Turino Refuge, which sits at 3371m. This will help us to better acclimatize.
Our third day will have an early start as we get to work traversing Aiguille du Entreve at 3600m. We’ll return to Chamonix and sleep for as long as we can that night. We’ll need the energy to reach our goal!
On day 4, we’ll begin our two-part climb of the Matterhorn. It’ll be another early start where we’ll drive to Zermatt for our ascent to the Hörnli Hut.
The final day is a big one. It’s the day we reach the summit of the Matterhorn. We’ll set out early from the Hörnli Hut for our big climb, and when we reach the top, we’ll have a bit of time to admire the view before we head back down again.
I am an IFMGA mountain guide living in Cyprus. I have a passion for exploring the mountains since I was child. Kyperounda, the town where I was born and raised, was my first playground, the place where I started practising different outdoor activities.
First I learnt skiing. Then, I started training and taking part in races and competitions, traveling extensively in Europe. As I am very curious, I kept trying all kinds of sports until I discovered climbing and all its exciting possibilities.
I also developed both my academic and my practical skills in the university, where I studied Outdoor Studies and Sport Science. During that time, I obtained qualifications as a Mountain Leader and a Climber.
Teaching other people is one of the things I like the most. I find a deep joy in helping others to enjoy the mountains as much as I do.
The experience of all these years as well as my technical skills, have taken me closer to my goal: becoming an IFMGA mountain guide.
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