Join Mihnea, an IFMGA-certified mountain guide, on an exciting 5-day itinerary enjoying some classic climbs in Mont Blanc massif.
Mont Blanc is the highest mountain in the Alps and also a large massif with the biggest number of famous climbs in Europe. Do you want to discover some of its main attractions?
Whether it´s rock climbing, mixed climbing or mountaineering, climbers have always been attracted to Mont Blanc, they have opened routes and have written history. In fact, some of these legendary routes are considered a ‘must-do’ for any passionate mountain climber.
On this 5-day programme, I propose to explore some of these classic alpine climbs:
I recommend this trip because it allows you to see other parts of the Mont Blanc massif while having a fun climbing day. Furthermore, there’s a variety of routes and many possibilities to challenge yourself.
If you want to, I can also include some training courses for rock climbing, glacier travel, etc.
You’ll find a tentative itinerary below this description. However, I’ll adapt the activities and locations to your wishes and your experience.
Are you ready to discover ‘the other’ main attractions of Mont Blanc? Send a request for this trip and let’s find the perfect challenge for you!
If climbing Mont Blanc is also on your bucket list, you should check this 5-day programme that includes training, acclimatization and ascent.
Personal equipment recommended: mountaineering boots (+ rock climbing shoes depending on the route), ice axe and crampons, harness and helmet, 30 or 40L backpack, synthetic or wool underwear, warm jacket, GoreTex jacket and pants, hat or beanie, gloves (2 pairs) and goggles. Snacks (on the mountain huts we'll only have breakfast and dinner). Sunscreen and sun glasses, water bottle, personal first aid kit. Cash (many mountain huts don't take credit cards).
Meeting and training/preparation day at Les Gaillands, Servoz or La Joux.
Preparation day for ice and glacier techniques on Mer de Glace.
Traverse of Valle Blanche (Midi to Torino Hut), then sleep at Torino Hut.
I’m an IFMGA mountain guide, a geographer and a passionate alpinist and climber.
I started going in the mountains as a child, at first very close to my home, in the Romanian Carpathians. In these mountains I discovered the passion for outdoor activities and climbing. It was not long until I started discovering other mountains and their challenges and I began building a "mountain climbing lifestyle".
I went in different expeditions around the world and I am always looking for interesting challenges in far away mountain ranges. As often as possible I spend my time in the Alps, training, climbing and enjoying life.
I became a national mountain guide in Romania in 2011. Since then, I love sharing my passion for the mountains and I enjoy taking clients to incredible places. I'm also a volunteer in educational activities to promote the values of authentic alpinism.
I believe in self development and always getting better at what I do, so in 2015 I joined the IFMGA mountain guide training program at EEMGA (East European Mountain Guides Association) and became a fully certified IFMGA mountain guide in 2018.
It will be my pleasure to guide you in any adventure in the mountains.
Nathan Wang Liao Yinan
Great guide - mihnea was fun, placed a strong emphasis on safety, and also gave us advice on how to improve our climbing and alpinism!
Group of 1
|EUR 1341 each|
Group of 2
|EUR 774 each|
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The price does not include the guide´s expenses (accommodation, meals, lift tickets, etc). Equipment rental, cable cars and lifts, client's personal insurance and accommodation and food at mountain huts are not included in the price.