Climb the 4000 of the Alps! Ascending mountains of unblemished ice and snow or raw rock, suspended between earth and sky or crossing mountain groups and crests, glaciers and alpine passes and spending the night in mountain huts along the way with an eye to choosing the best period to guarantee the ideal conditions to make the most of this unique experience.
This activity not for everyone, you need adequate physical preparation and acclimatization to the altitude (starting 15 days before the exit).
Cost based on the chosen itinerary.
Minimum 2-4 participants.
Summer, from the end of May to July; with particular attention to the crevasses situation and landslide risk, considering the latest climatic trends and the conspicuous retreat of ice in recent years.
Dolomites: the normal routes in Brenta Dolomites, the Neri gully, and the normal routes in Central Dolomites (Sassolungo/Langkofel,
Adamello Group: Cavento, Carè Alto, Cima Adamello.
Oberland: Monch-Eiger-Jungfrau, Monti Tauri.
Senales Valley: Palla Bianca, Weiss Kugel, Wilder Spitze.
Ortler Alps: Gran Zebrù, Cevedale, Zufall, Ortler, Zebrù, Vertain,Tresero, San Matteo, Angelo.
Bernina range: Piz Palù, piz Roseg, piz Scerscen, Bianco Grad.
Gran Paradiso – Mont Blanc:
Mont Blanc, Aguille Verte, Aguille du Peigne, Aguille D’argentiere, Aguille du Chardonnet.
Please note, before venturing out on glaciers it is advised to attend the course on crevasse rescue operations.
Helmet and climbing harness, mountain boots and relative crampons, adjustable trekking poles, 35-40L backpack, thermos flask, dry fruit and energy bars, first aid kit with heat-retaining foil blanket, lanyard, ice axe.
Two pairs of socks, long sleeved/legged undergarments (arms and legs) possibly in fleece or microfiber, fleece or Polartech top with high collar, softshell or waterproof pants, anorak or windbreaker (also a synthetic or down jacket and light/thick gloves depending on conditions), sunglasses or snow goggles, high UV protection sunscreen.