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Grand Paradiso and Mont Blanc guided ascent

Two amazing ascents in the same program! Climb up to the summits of the Grand Paradiso and the Mont Blanc in this 6-day mountaineering tour led by Martin, a IFMGA mountain guide from Spain.




6 Days


Jul - Sep






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Are you ready to live an unforgettable 6-day mountaineering expedition to the Grand Paradiso and Mont Blanc summits?

It’s my pleasure to invite you to ascend 2 giants of the Alps: the Mont Blanc and the Grand Paradiso. As you may know, the Mont Blanc is the highest summit of the Alps and a classic ascension par excellence. I think that all climbers should climb it at least once in their lives.

As for the Grand Paradiso, it is a mountainous massif between the Aosta Valley and Piedmont, in Italy. With a height of 4061 meters it’s the seventh highest peak the Grayos Alps.

We will first reach the Grand Paradiso summit and then, we’ll head to our biggest goal: the Mont Blanc. Technically, it is not a complex ascent. However, it requires a good fitness level, some basic mountaineering skills, such as walking in crampons and using an ice axe and good acclimatization.

There is an option of ascending the Mont Blanc by the normal Gouter route or by the route of the “four thousands”, depending on the participants level.

Spending the nigh under the stars, watching the sunrise on the summit and the views of all the Alps at our feet. They are the things which make this trip unforgettable!

So, if you find this mountaineering trip interesting, please fill the form and get in touch with me. I will be happy to lead such a challenging expedition in the Alps!

Price includes

- Guiding fee

Price details

The price does not include the guide´s expenses (accommodation, meals, lift tickets, etc).

Secure your spot with just 25% payment

48-hour free cancellation with 30-day advance booking


Day 1: Chamonix

Montenvers train: progression and safety practices in La Mer de Glace glacier. Descent to Chamonix, night in hostel.

Day 2: Aosta Valley

Transfer to the Valle d’Aosta (Italy). Check in at the Chabod hut.

Day 3: Grand Paradiso summit

Ascent of the Grand Paradiso (4061m) descent to the car, transfer to Chamonix, overnight at the hostel.

Day 4: Ascent to next mountain hut

Ascent to the Gouter or the Cosmic hut.

Day 5: Mont Blanc day

Mont Blanc summit (4808m). Descent to Chamonix, night in the hostel.

Day 6: Extra day

Day of reservation to use as rest or in case of bad weather conditions.


More info

Extra Expenses: The whole program in a 1 guide / 2 alpinist ratio is 700 Euro apox.

Recommended Gear:

Body Wear:  Waterproof shell jacket  Waterproof shell pants  Down or insulated jacket  Lightweight fleece top  Softshell jacket/Windshirt  Softshell climbing pants  Base layer top and leggings x 1 set  Underwear

Head Wear: □ Sun hat □ Warm hat □ Sunglasses □ Ski goggles □ Scarf, bandana or Buff

Hand Wear:  Liner gloves  Leather gloves  Mountaineering gloves

Foot Wear:  Socks (2-3 pairs)  Mountaineering boots (Can be rented locally)  Snow gaiters (only required, if your boots do not have an integrated gaiter)  Lightweight shoes/boots  Rock shoes (Optional - can be rented locally)

Packs & Bags:  Mountaineering pack (30-35 litres)  Small duffel/travel bag Accessories Headlamp and spare batteries  Water bottle x 1 (1 litre)  Thermos flask  Sleeping bag liner (A requirement for all huts)  Personal first aid kit and medications  Personal toiletries  Sun block and lip balm  Wet wipes (Optional)  Ear plugs  Stuff sacks  Camera and spare batteries (Optional)  Collapsible ski/trekking poles  Pocket knife/Leatherman/tool kit (Optional)  Additional snack food

Climbing Equipment:  Ice axe (Can be rented locally)  Crampons (Can be rented locally)  Climbing harness (Can be rented locally)  Climbing helmet (Can be rented locally)  Locking carabiners x 2  60cm sling

Meeting point

Les Houches Tourism Office, at 6 pm the day before the start of the trip.


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About the guide: Martin

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Mountain Guide

Martin Elorza Alday (Donostia,Basque country,1967)
Although I was born near the sea, I started very young to enjoy the nearby mountains.
This hobby gradually become a passion, which led me to be a UIAGM Mountain Guide
To share and trasnmitir everything the mountain had given me.
During several years I have been practicing my passions:
Traveling all over the world,mountaineering, climbing and skiing.
. Actually I’m a full profesional High Mountain Guide UIAGM
Since 2000 I lead my own clients around the world as a freelancer Mountain Guide.
. I have take part in many expeditions to The Alps, atlas (Morocco),Andes (South America) and Himalaya,
I’ love showing the Pyrenees to all peolple who likes mountaing:all the year.
In Winter,ski touring is my especiality, but in summer, rock climbing in Pyrenees is amazing!
I would like to guide you till de top of Mont Blanc, Matterhorn (Alps),Monte Perdido and Aneto (Pyrenees), Naranjo de Bulnes (Picos de Europa) and other mountains.

You can contact me and know what others activities we can do together


French | English | Basque



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What people are saying about this trip



Impresionante Martin....te hace alcanzar lo inalcanzable, con una sensación de seguridad increible. Un gran profesional



We enjoyed this trip in the Alps very much!! It was an excellent introduction to mountaineering and the stunning peaks of the Alps massive. Our guide Martin made the full experience a succes; pushing us to the limits, keeping us safe at difficult rocky ascents, but also taking time to enjoy the scenery and the climb. Thanks a lot for the beautiful pictures too!

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