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Guided climbing tours in the Alps

Guided climbing tours in the Alps
Guided climbing tours in the Alps
Guided climbing tours in the Alps
Guided climbing tours in the Alps

There are many 1-day or multi-day options in the Alps for all levels of mountaineers. Pere, a Spanish IFMGA guide will help you find the perfect spots for you.



+1 Days

Jun - Sep



I spend every summer 3 months in the Alps guiding my friends and clients in these beautiful mountains! That’s why I’d like to invite you to come as well.

I particularly enjoy climbing here because:

  • We can experience different cultures (French, Italian, Swiss, Austrian…) sometimes even in a single trip;

  • It’s a great way to eliminate arduous approaches with heavy packs thanks to an easy access to the walls;

  • The mountain huts are very often welcoming and confortable, especially in Italy 😉

  • Views on the different ranges (Mont Blanc Massif, Monte Rosa, Matterhorn, Saas Fee…) offer breathtaking panorama;

  • It contains full of epic stories about famous mountaineers who have climbed these mythical peaks;

  • There are options for all levels, from beginners to experts.

We can leave together for one or several days. If going for several days, let’s enjoy together a good time in one of these charming mountain huts that will leave you with unforgettable memories: having good discussions together with a nice beer and a delicious meal after a long day in the mountains…in an unique set up!

Based on your level and wishes, I will select for you several routes that we will discuss and validate together before leaving.

If it’s your first time, I will teach you the basics and give you the necessary skills to let you fully enjoy this awesome outdoor activity. If you are more experienced, we will define together a nice objective to reach.

Here are some examples of climbing ascents classified by difficulty level:

  • F= Facile = Easy = Aiguille du Toule, Bishorn, North West Face, Aiguille du Tour;

  • PD= Peu difficile = A little difficult = Gran Paradiso, Mont Blanc (Goûter Route), Mönch (South-East Ridge), Jungfrau (via Rottalsattel);

  • AD= Assez difficile = Fairly difficult = Eiger (South Ridge), La Dent du Géant, l’Aiguille Verte, (Whymper Couloir);

  • D= Difficile = Difficult = Tour Ronde (North Face), Eiger (Mittellegi Ridge), Aiguille du Chardonnet (North Buttress);

  • TD = Très difficile = Very difficult = Les Drus (Bonatti Pillar), Matterhorn (North Face), Les Droites (NE Spur);

  • ED= Extrêmement difficile = Extremely difficult = Les Droites (North Face), Eiger (North Face), Grandes Jorasses (Walker Spur).

Generally the season for climbing in the Alps runs from about the beginning of June, through about end-September.

I’m usually based in Chamonix but the different ranges are very close so all the options are possible and accessible in maximum a few hours. This gives us the flexibility to go where the conditions are the best.

Please get in touch with me if you wish to come here and be accompanied by a mountain guide. I will be very happy to join you and let you spend a great time in one of the most famous climbing spots in the world.

Price includes

- Guiding fee

Price details

The price does not include the guide´s expenses (accommodation, meals, lift tickets, etc). Prices can vary according to the itinerary and program. Please get in touch with me and let's discuss about it.


What are some recommended accommodations near our adventure location?

We understand that finding the perfect place to stay is an essential part of your adventure experience. To help you with this, we’ve curated a list of three highly recommended hotels that offer comfort, convenience, and a touch of local charm. These accommodations are well-suited for adventurers looking to relax and rejuvenate after an exciting day of exploration
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Les Granges d'en Haut
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About the guide

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Mountain Guide

I was born in Barcelona, ​​Spain. I became Guide Trekking in Cordillera in 1996 and was promoted as IFMGA Mountain Guide in 2005.

I've spent the last 20 + years working as a High Mountain Guide in the Andes (Patagonia, Aconcagua, Bolivia, Ecuador and Peru), the Pyrenees and Alps.

I've devoted my last years to explore virgin mountain ranges as Cordillera de Carabaya, Cordillera Vilcanota, Cordillera de Yelcho, Quimza Cruz, Torres del Brujo, cordillera del Cerro Castillo, San Lorenzo, San Valentin and some others.

I am half of the year based at Chamonix and the other half in Aysen, around Villa Cerro Castillo, in Chile.

Languages: English, Spanish, French and Catalan. I defend myself in Portuguese and Italian.


Portuguese | French | English | Catalan

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What people are saying about this trip



A great day traversing the Drus from the Charpoua hut. No one on the route that day except us. The weather proved excellent. Perfect guiding and very secure climbing with Pere !



I went on a three day multi pitch climbing tour with Pere and asked him to teach me the relevant rope and safety skills. It was fantastic! Pere was very knowledgeable, professional and personable. He immediately zeroed in on my skill level and was encouraging throughout the whole experience. I had a wonderful time and felt like my climbing really progressed under his guidance. Highly recommend.



Pere was just a fabulous guide. Technically, a very seasoned climber with wealth of knowledge and experience. His style is super friendly and soft, which makes the day absolutely enjoyable. He is super encouraging yet looks at you every second to make sure you're safe and to give you tips here and there. I'll certainly go for another outdoor activity with him again and I can only highly recommend him!

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