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We will meet at the hotel in the valley, check and prepare all the equipment and have a good night’s sleep before the big challenge.
We will wake up early and climb all day on the north face of Eiger. We will spend the night on a bivouac at 2/3 of the ascent.
We will wake up early, pack, and go for the final ascent of Mt Eiger through the north face. We will then climb down to the valley and spend our last night there, where we will celebrate.
Grindelwald train station, Switzerland.
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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