Climbing Marmolada in the Dolomites

Reach the highest point in the Dolomites on this 1-day climbing program in Marmolada led by IFMGA certified mountain guide Alberto.

 
 

Details

 

Trip Duration

1 day

Mountain Range

Alps

People per Guide

4 people

Trip Level

Intermediate

Offer Period

Jun, Jul, Aug, Sep

Type of Trip

Private

Highlights

 
  • Reach the highest point in the Dolomites.

  • Contemplate astonishing views from the top.

 

Marmolada is known as the Queen of the Dolomites, and with its height of 3,343 meters, it is the highest summit of the Dolomites.

The main peaks of the massif are Gran Vernel, Piccolo Vernel, Punta Rocca, Punta Penia and Pizzo Serauta.

Its eastern side is an impressive cliff wall, a challenge for mountaineers from all over the world, while its western side is a gentle slope forming a basin covered by the largest glacier of the Dolomites. At the foot of its southern side stretches the beautiful and charming Val Pettorina valley, with the village of Rocca Pietore and its picturesque hamlets.

Climbing Marmolada is a great adventure and provides beautiful views on the area. I like guiding my friends and clients there!

The ascent takes one day. I will take up to 4 persons with me. If you are more then 4 then we will go with another IFMGA guide of my team.

Please, get in touch with me if you wish to know more about it and book your trip here.

If you are looking for a rock climbing program, you can check out this beginners trip that I lead in the Dolomites.

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Price per person

 
Group of 1
370 EUR

Group of 2
185 EUR

Group of 3
128 EUR

Group of 4
93 EUR

 

Price includes

 
  • Guiding fee
 

Other details

 
Skill level required

Intermediate

Fitness level required

Fit

Meeting point

Passo Fedaia

 

About the Guide

 
 

Mountain Guide UIAGM / IFMGA since 2011

It is said that passion is called so because it passes; then what I feel for the Mountain must have a different name, because it has been years since I have it, and it keeps on growing…

When I was a kid my parents took me to the mountains every summer, almost always in Val di Funes and in Val Pusteria. I liked to walk there. At the age of 14, I realized that all these mountains could be climbed… At 21, I attended my first climbing course with a mountain guide, it was as if I had opened my eyes from that moment! I used to climb in every spare moment and I read many books from Reinhold Messner, Hermann Buhl, Wakter Bonatti… my intention was to do like them.

My favorite field of action has always been the Dolomites, but I have also explored the Julian Alps, the Ortler and the Mont Blanc massif. And not just during the summer but also in winter. I then dedicate it to off-piste skiing in search of open spaces and the most picturesque canals, ski mountaineering, pristine environment, away from the tracks where everybody goes.

The desire to become a mountain guide is born in me during my first year, I admired the other people who had from this great passion make it their work.

If there is one thing that my personal history has taught me is that it's never too late to learn how to put the tips of the skis out of slopes, or to reach a top that has always been seen in dreams. And when I arrive at the destination, and I see in the eyes of those who followed me, the joy and happiness of the enterprise of discovery, I feel as if I were there myself for the first time, and that's the same place seen and reviewed reveals a new face and passion ... starts to burn.

Get in touch with me and let’s leave for great adventures together.

 
 

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What People are Saying about -Alberto de Giuli

 

All was ok , great group. A Little more sun will be better but, imposible control the weather. Thanks
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Nuño Silva Gordon
 

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