Style of climbing:
Snow, Ice, Rock
Six days of climbing featuring some of the best classic climbs of the Alps! An entire week will be tailored to the group's skill level, experience, and goals, working around conditions to ensure we get the best out of every day.Book Now
Six days of climbing featuring some of the best classic climbs of the Alps! An entire week will be tailored to the group's skill level, experience, and goals, working around conditions to ensure we get the best out of every day. Challenging exposed climbing, high altitude hikes, and fun local climbs are all part of the agenda.
Once settled in Chamonix, your professionally certified guide will ensure you have everything you need for a successful week of adventure. Small group ratios guarantee a positive and safe experience in the mountains. Most nights will be spent in Chamonix basking in the rich mountain’s town’s culture, in addition to one or two nights in mountain huts to maximize our climbing time.
The six-day itinerary will vary based on conditions, group ability and goals. Below are a few examples of some of the objectives we can tackle during your stay!
Cosmique Aretes: A great introductory climb to warm up the arms! A moderate alpine ascent featuring mostly snow and rock, with a couple of strenuous mixed sections.
Aiguille d'Entrèves Traverse: A fun exposed rock route with excellent views of Mont Blanc.
Envers des Aiguilles: Translating to "the other side of the needles,” the Envers boasts superb multi-pitch climbing on granite.
Dent du Géant: The climb, as exceptional as its name “The Lion’s Tooth,” highlights the 4000s surrounding Mont Blanc. The beautiful rocky spire features challenging climbing with outstanding views of the surrounding massive summits.
Aiguilles Rouges: Extending northwest from Chamonix is some comfortable and fun granite multi-pitch rock climbing. The area offers a great reprieve for less committing days when weather impedes bigger objectives.
Personal photographer to capture the trips epic moments.