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Mont Blanc 2 day ascent via Normal Italian Route

Reach the top of Mont Blanc, icon of the Alps, with IFMGA-certified mountain guide Gianluca. Head up the Normal Italian Route in this fabulous 2-day mountaineering tour!

Mountain RangeAlps
Duration2 days
Offer periodJun, Jul, Aug, Sep
Skill LevelIntermediate
Fitness LevelFit
Type of tripNot specified

Description

Every year mountaineers from all over the world come to Mont Blanc. On this 2-day tour I will guide you through the Normal Italian Route to the summit of this amazing peak!

Mont Blanc, or “White Mountain”, is the highest mountain in the Alps. Rising 4808m, it stands in the Graian Alps subrange, between the Aosta Valley in Italy, and Savoie and Haute-Savoie in France.

On this program, we will climb the Normal Italian Route. It is also called the “Pope Route” because it was first climbed by a team including the future Pope Pius XI, in 1890. It is longer, more varied and a bit more demanding than the French Route, but has the advantage that it is less crowded.

The Normal Italian Route  crosses the Val Veny to the Francesco Gonella hut (3,072m.), above the Miage Glacier.  This charming refuge will be where we sleep. Then, the following day we will start the climb to a minor summit called Piton des Italiens (4,003 m) and the summit of Dome De Gouter, before reaching the top of Mont Blanc.

This program is not suitable for beginners but perfect for those looking for a challenge in a stunning alpine scenery.

Most of the Italian side of Mont Blanc is composed of impressive granite ridges and steep glacial terrain. Some short sections require ice axe and crampons. Consequently, you must have have a good physical preparation and previous acclimatization to attempt this summit.

So, if you are up for an unforgettable mountaineering adventure on the Italian Route to the summit of Mont Blanc, please get in touch with me! I’m sure that you will never forget these breathtaking views from the top of the Alps!

You can also choose another popular route to reach the summit of this mountain from the French side: check out my Mont Blanc 2 day ascent via Gouter Route.

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Itinerary

Day 1: Gonella Hut

First, we will head up along the Miage Glacier to reach Gonella Hut (3,071m.)

Day 2: Summit day

At 01AM we will set off to Piton Des Italien, Dome del Gouter and Cresta des Bosses, on the way to the summit of Mont Blanc.


About the guide

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I was born in Aosta in 1983. I live now in Morgex, I graduated in accounting and Craftsman.
I served in the special forces paratroopers of the Thunderbolt for three years getting the patent skydiving. I have obtained the patent for underwater rescue at sea and devoting most of my life in the mountains. I became an Alpine Guide and a technical rescue helicopter mountain rescue Aosta.
I'm now part of the "Guides Society of Courmayeur."
These last years, I have climbed many climbing routes, and mixed climbing, including: Integral du Peuteurey, the Innominata, Spur Brenva and Major, the Swiss and Voyage Selon Gulliver to the Grand Capucin, Super Couloir, Pilier Gervasutti the Tacul, West Ridge and Slovenes on the north face in les Grandes Jorasses, Crest Complete du peuterey, Fidel Fiasco in the Blatière, winter Aiguille du Diable, Lagarde and Ginat Les Droites, Voie de Suissie to Les Courtes, Crossing of 'des Aiguilles Chamonix, Grepon mer de glace Grepon, and many more ...!
My guiding activities in the mountain gave me a passion for photography and video making , to remember and convey people a special place, and above all have its own memory.


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Prices per person

Group of 1

EUR 1392 each

Group of 2

EUR 1392 each

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• Guiding fee

Price details

• Not included: Ski lifts; accommodation and meals (Mountain Hut).


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