Jan, Feb, Mar, Apr, Nov, Dec
Private and Group
We’ll leave from Chamonix and ascend to Col de Blame. We’ll enter the town of Trient, Switzerland. Night at a hotel in Col de la Forclaz.
Elevation gain/loss: +880 -700m. Time: 6.30 hours.
Elevation gain/loss: +850 -740m. Time: 7 hours.
Hike through Val Ferret towards Grand Col Ferret and enter Italy. Night at the Bertone Refuge.
Elevation gain/loss: +1330 -760m. Time: 7 hours.
We’ll explore the town of Courmayeur and take a bus to Val Veny. We’ll go through Lac Combal, Elisabetta Refuge and Col de la Seigne, France. Night at the Auberge La Nova in Les Chepieux.
Elevation gain/loss: +940 -1500m. Time: 7 hours.
The descent from Col du Bonhomme will give us beautiful views and the possibility to explore the stunning church of Notre Dame de La Gorge.
Elevation gain/loss: +930 -1300m. Time: 7 hours.
We’ll go by the town of Les Contamines, Prados du Truc and Chalets de Miage. We’ll then ascend Col du Tricot, go to Bellevue and take the cablecar to Les Houches. Back to Chamonix.
Elevation gain/loss: +1300 -700m. Time: 6.30 hours.
My name is Fiona and I am a member of the Spanish Association of Mountain Guides (AEGM) and a UIMLA-certified Mountain Leader.
I was born near Barcelona. At at the age of seven, I discovered that my natural and most comfortable environment was the vertical world of the mountains. My parents supported my early passion for climbing and I have never stopped exploring new heights ever since. I spent my adolescence in Alt Urgell, near the Pyrenees, and started at the age of 19 the Mountain Guide course in Val d'Aran, Spain, where I specialized my mountain skiing and alpinism techniques.
I also enrolled myself in the forest rangers in Pont de Suert (Spain), an experience that allowed me to live in direct contact with nature, to train in skiing and ice climbing during winter time and to perfect my climbing techniques.
Today I live in the Val d'Aran, where I work as a mountain guide and lead groups in the nearby Val d'Aran. During summer, you can find me in the Chamonix Valley, where I work in collaboration with the Compagnie des Guides de Chamonix.
I have been part of the Women Alpinism Group of Catalonia (Grupo Feminino de Tecnificacion de Alpinismo de Catalunya) and of the National Team of Alpinism. These positions exposed me to professional mountaneering experiences and high-level competitions, such as the World Alpinism Championship that took place in Ukraine and where together with my team we conquered the 4th position. Today I continue my formation to become a Mountain Guide.
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