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Mountaineering in the Alps with a guide

One of the IFMGA-certified guides in the Peakshunter team guides you in the Alps for some amazing mountaineering adventures, climbing from easy to difficult peaks.

Mountain RangeAlps
Duration1+ day
Offer periodJun, Jul, Aug, Sep, Oct
Type of tripPrivate

Description

The Alps have been for a long time the world’s best spot to do mountaineering. There are hundreds of possibilities in these mountains and all these in an outstanding environment.

We can leave together for either one or several days. We will select together an itinerary based on the activity (rock / ice climbing, via ferrata, mountaineering, glacier hike…) you would like to do, also your health, technical level and the time you have for the trip.

It will be my great pleasure to show you the way in the Alps, make sure you come back home safely but also to share with you my passion about the outdoor.

If it’s your first time, then I will teach you the basics. On the other hand, if you are more experienced, you know most probably what you want to do, what you want to achieve, the summit or the wall you want to climb. Therefore, we will discuss about your plans together and define something tailor made. I will make sure your time with me in the mountains become unforgettable memories.

I come for the Aosta Valley in Italy and I know this region very well but we can of course go to other areas… Let’s just talk about it and define the best spot to go based on what you want to do!

If you are looking to climb peaks in the Alps, have a look at the following ideas of what we could do together.

The 3000 meters peaks

The RUTOR 3486 m

Day 1: Go up to Refuge Deffeyes 2494m. 2 to 3 hours walking
Day 2: Ascend the peak, 7 to 8 hours (go and back)
Difficulty: F (Facile = easy)
Group size: max 5 people
Price: 500 € for one person, 260 € per person for 2, 125 € per person for 5

Le PETIT MONT BLANC 3424 m

From the bottom of Val Veny, we will walk to the lake and then climb to the bivouac Rainetto at 3046 m. One last effort and we set foot on this beautiful peak of the Alps with a breathtaking panorama.
7 to 9 hours walking (go and back).
Difficulty: F (Facile = easy)
Group size: max 5 people
Price: 350 € for one person, 180 € per person for 2, 90 € per person for 5

AIGUILLE DE TOULA 3538 m

We go to the Palud where we take the cable car that leads to the Pointe Helbronner. Then we go up the Aiguille Tula.
Difficulty: F + (Facile + = easy +)
Group size: max 4 people
Price: 350 € for one person, 180 € per person for 2, 120 € per person for 4

PUNTA KURZ 3498 m / 3538 m MONT BRULE

Day 1: Leave from Valpelline to go up to Refuge Nacamuli / Collon. 3 to 4 hours walking.
Day 2: Ascend Punta Kurz and traverse to Mont Brulé, 8 to 10 hours (go and back).
Difficulty: F + (Facile + = easy +)
Group size: max 4 people
Price: 350 € for one person, 180 € per person for 2, 90 € per person for 5

MONT GELÉ 3519 m

Day 1: Leave Valpelline Bionaz to go up refuge de Crête Sèche, 2 to 3 hours walking.
Day 2: Ascend Mont Gelé. 6 to 8 hours (go and back).
Difficulty: F (Facile = easy)
Group size: max 5 people
Price: 500 € for one person, 260 € per person for 2, 125 € per person for 5

MONT VÉLAN 3731 m

Day 1: Leave from Ollomont or Valpelline to go to the Bivouac of Savoie, 2 to 3 hours walking
Day 2: Ascend Mont Vélan, beautiful mixed climb, with rocks and glaciers, 8 to 10 hours walking (go and back).
Difficulty: F + (Facile + = easy +)
Group size: max 5 people
Price: 500 € for one person, 260 € per person for 2, 125 € per person for 5

The 4000 meters peaks

GRAN PARADISO / LE GRAND PARADIS 4061 m

Day 1: Go up to Refuge Vittorio Emanuele 2584mt., 2 to 3 hours walking.
Day 2: Climb Grande Para