Jan, Feb, Mar, Dec
Departure from All’Acqua for Pizzo Marchhorn 2962 m.
We cross the top and go down to San Giacomo Pass. Here, we will descent on a
600 meters long skiable canyon with slopes
maximum of 40 °.
Ascent 1400Hm, Descent 1400Hm
Climb to the Chuebodenhorn Pizzo (3070 m) and descent from the
east slope to Rotondo Pass, with slopes up to 45 °. Return to Piansecco hut.
Ascent 1600Hm, Descent 1100 Hm
We climb to Passo Rotondo at 2764 m. Then we go up Geren glacier and arrive at the Sabbioni pass at just under
3000 meters of altitude. The beautiful canyon that
we will travel is also clearly visible from the Leventina and there
will lead in an endless descent to Ronco.
I was born in 1973. I am a professional mountain guide and a part-time professor. My guests and their safety are at the heart of all my tours. This is why I always closely analyze weather and mountain conditions, as well as the ideal maximum number of participants.
I work hard to keep my clients motivated and help them reach their goals. Ensuring a good group experience is one of the keys to success. I believe that a good spirit up in the mountain and sharing is important to have a good overall experience.
I love spending time with friends in the mountain. If it is in winter, all the better. My favorite region for mountaineering is Chamonix. My favorite mountain? It depends on the season. But if I need to choose one, I would say Eiger mountain. Some of my favorite climbing routes are Apriti Cielo – Osogna TI, the north ridge of the Eiger mountain and the Marinelli channel on skis. In terms of terrain, I can't choose between rock and ice: mixed is the way to go.
My favorite book? Aleph, by Paulo Cohelo. My favorite film? Meet Joe Black. My favorite online sites? Many! www.planetmountain.com, www.up-climbing.com, www.gulliver.it and www.camptocamp.org
Finally, the best way to finish a tour for me is with Pommes Chips Nature and a nice cold beer. I hope you join me in one of my tours soon.
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