Join one of our IFMGA certified mountain guides on this mountaineering adventure. Reach the summit of 2 of the most iconic peaks in Europe: Gran Paradiso and Mont Blanc.
Gran Paradiso (4,061m) is located between the Aosta Valley and the Piedmont in Italy. And it lies within the Gran Paradiso National Park, right at the border with France. It is considered the less difficult ascent. But there is a rocky terrain at its final section, that requires certain mountaineering skills.
Very close to the Gran Paradiso peak is the highest mountain in the Alps, Mont Blanc. This majestic peak stands at 4,810 meters, located amongst the Veny and Ferret valleys in Italy, and the valleys of Arve and Montjoie in France. Reaching it summit is a real challenge. However, the views we’ll get from the top of it will make it completely worth it!
It will take us 3 days to explore Grand Paradiso and reach its summit. We’ll pass by La Trasenta (3,609m) and keep advancing to the top of this magnificent mountain. Upon completion we’ll take 1 day to rest and recover our energies.
Then, we’ll head to our next and final mission: Mont Blanc. It will take us 3 more days to stand at its top. On the way to the summit, I will show you some of my favorite spots in the area. And we’ll enjoy the most mesmerizing views.
Since this is a challenging trip, you’ll require an excellent physical condition. If you do and wish to join this adventure, contact me. I’ll guide you across these iconic peaks and we’ll share a wonderful time at the top of both!
Are you looking to climb another famous mountain? Check this Matterhorn 2 Day Guided Climb from Italy that I guide too.
Cable car: €7 per person. Half-board in mountain huts: €90 per person in Tête Rousse Refuge, €100 per person in Goûter Hut, €65 per person in Chabod hut. Drinks are not included.
Founded in 2013 by Elis and Silvia, PEAKSHUNTER is a team of IFMGA-certified mountain guides.
Although we all have different backgrounds and experiences, we share the same goals and projects and, more than anything, love our job and share a deep passion for the mountains.
Professionalism and safety are our core values because we love our job and we are passionate about Mountain and Nature.
We are enthusiastic to share new adventures and guarantee the most memorable emotions to all our clients.
If you are interested in experience the beauty of Nature and the power of the Mountains, Peakshunter Mountain Guides will be happy to guide you! We want to provide you with intense emotions and want to be there to share them with you. We feel we've done our job when there are big, cheesy smiles on everybody's faces at the end of the day.
We want to build a strong, long-lasting relationship with our clients, based on the respect we feel for everyone who joins us in the exploration of this striking vertical world.
Mont Blanc, Matterhorn, Monterosa, Dufourspitze and Margherita Hut, Gran Paradiso, Breithorn, Castor and Pollux are only a few of several 4000 Alps summits next to the area we live and work: the beautiful little Aosta Valley region, close to French and Swiss borders and not far from Geneva, Milan and Turin international airports.
Realize your dreams, discovering breathtaking views or simply living an extraordinary day: you just need to use your imagination and we will realize your trip as you desire to live it!
Peakshunter Mountain Guides team will be happy to guide you, sharing adventures and being you companions, personal trainers, consultants and expertise supporters for all you need in planning the next Mountain dream!
Have any doubts? Talk directly with an Explore Share assistant.
The Concierge service is a great tool for when you still haven't decided what kind of Adventure you're looking for and you're open to suggestions
Group of 1
|EUR 2568 each|
Group of 2
|EUR 1392 each|
Want a different number of travellers?
• Guiding fee
• 20 Euros/per person for ice axe, harness, crampons and helmet. The price does not include the guide´s expenses (accommodation, meals, lift tickets, etc).
It was great! Unfortunately we had to cancel mt Blanc due to bad weather, but Gran Paradiso and Montviso (which we climed as an alternative for mt Blanc) were just great! Thanks again!