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Rock climbing at Corma di Machaby, Aosta Valley

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Join an IFMGA mountain guide for an exciting rock climbing journey at Corma di Machaby, an impressive wall in the Aosta Valley boasting single and multi-pitch climbs.

Alps

1 Day

Jun - Sep

Intermediate

Beginner


Description

Corma di Machaby is a very popular rock climbing spot in the lower Aosta Valley, with single pitch and multi-pitch routes for all levels.

Lying close to the village of Arnad, 70 km away from Courmayeur, the 250 m wall of Corma di Machaby can be easily spotted from the highway that goes from Aosta to Torino.  

For this rock climbing trip we'll meet early in the morning, either in Courmayeur or in Arnad. After a short drive, an easy hike will lead us to the crag.

Here you'll find hundreds of routes in excellent gneiss, ranging from 4a to 7b (in the French grading system).

In case you are a beginner, the Gruviera area is perfect for single pitch climbs. However, if you want to venture on multi-pitch routes, I can help you choose the best option according to your climbing skills.

Finally, we'll go back to Courmayeur in the afternoon.

Would you like to join me for a rock climbing journey in this impressive location of the Aosta Valley? Send me a request so we can set a date for this trip!

If you want to improve your skills and receive an intense training on techniques in high mountains, check this 4-day rock climbing course in the Mont Blanc massif.

Price includes

- Guiding fee

Price details

There's an extra 5€ fee for "search and rescue" insurance. Equipment rental (helmet, harness, crampons, ice-axe, mountain boots) costs 15.00€ per person per day.


Details

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Clothing: beanie, cap, a pair of sunglasses, sunscreen and sun stick for the lips. Light gloves, a T-shirt, a lightweight fleece gilet and a lightweight softshell jacket. Technical outdoor pants or gym pants. Light hiking boots.

To carry in a 25/30 liter backpack: water bottle or a 1 liter bottle of water, money for personal expenses, camera, food supplies for the outing.
Technical equipment: helmet, harness, belay/abseil device, climbing shoes. Equipment can be rented.

Meeting point

Courmayeur or Arnad.

About the guide

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E-S Adventure Guides

4.80

(38)

Mountain Guide

Tomas and his team of IFMGA/UIMLA-certified mountain guides & leaders and rock climbing instructors (Anna, Andrea, Elis, Enrico, Ivan, Julia, Lucia, Marika, and Oreste) are some of the top outdoor adventure professionals in Italy.

Whether you wish to climb the Gran Paradiso or go on an exciting via ferrata in the Dolomites, among other amazing options, they will be able to show you the top spots and the ropes to ensure you have an unforgettable and safe adventure.

Tomas will be your main point of contact during the booking process and will be able to help you with all the questions you have in order to make sure you receive the best possible guiding service.

Pick one of the programs featured for E-S Adventure Guides Italy and start planning an awe-inspiring experience in the mountains!

Languages

Italian | English

Certificates

UIMLA | UIAGM | IFMGA

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What people are saying about E-S Adventure Guides

Ciara

5.00

Paolo made the ski trip a total success in difficult conditions. His knowledge and enthusiasm are worth the investment to get the max from this ski area. Thanks again

Jeremy

5.00

Perfect experience with a wonderful guide

Stacia

5.00

We loved our guide and our adventure. She was very accommodating to our needs and nice to be around. I would totally book with explore share again.

Joseph

5.00

We did a 1 day Ferrata with Marica. We've both never climbed a Ferrata before but we are both good hikers. We enjoyed our trip very much and you don't need to be a climber. Marica took good care of us and she is very informative with the local geography and history. We felt very safe with her. If you are traveling near the Dolomite and want to try something a bit out of your comfort zone, I highly recommend doing a ferrata especially with Marica. We did both ferrata ra gusela nuvolau and ferrata-averau. It took us about 6 hours.

Benjamin

5.00

I had a truly fantastic experience with Gabriele from PeaksHunter. He was a very experienced, careful guide. He was very considerate and encouraging and I was very fortunate to have this climbing experience with PeaksHunter.


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