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Climbing in the Alps

Home to many of the most classic climbing routes in the world.
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Home to many of the most classic climbing routes in the world.

The Alps are the birth place of Alpinism. There is no other mountain range in the world with such history, easy access, beautiful diverse climbing, sharp summits, and unreal rock quality. The most unique thing about the Alps is that you can leave your hotel in the morning to climb a world class alpine mixed route high in the mountains and still return for a gourmet meal in town with views of your climb. The Alps are very special in many ways and the best way to explore them is with one of our friendly professional guides.

Locations

All of our Alps programs are arranged on a custom basis and run by an IFMGA Mountain Guide. We will consult you on the suitable itinerary for your skill level and desired climbing objectives. Our favorite areas are as follows:

  • Chamonix, France – Mount Blanc, Aiguille Du Midi, and many classics at all levels and climbing styles.
  • Zermatt, Switzerland – Matterhorn, and many other 4000m beautiful peaks.
  • Stubai, Austria – The Stubai valley is the most overlooked alpine venue in the Alps.
  • Dolomites, Italy – Classic alpine rock climbing with world class lodging and food.
  • Bregaglia, Switzerland - Beautiful granite spires and long alpine ridges situated in a quiet area of the alps.
Trip Highlights
  • Comfortable accommodations – huts or hotels the entire time.
  • Very light backpacks.
  • Low client to guide ratio with IFMGA certified guides.
  • Aesthetic routes in one of the world’s greatest and most accessible ranges.
  • European culture and excellent food.

Alps climbs book early, please contact us for details and availability.

Itinerary:

Most of the climbing in the Alps require some acclimatization and a warm up climb. To get the best experience possible and to be able to reach your goal we need several days with climbing. The days length and difficulty will vary with objective. Guiding and climbing in the Alps will require a good communication between you and the guide. Together you will make an itinerary that are realistic and inside boths capabilities.

Skill Level & Difficulty:
Customized
If you have any questions about our skill levels, terrains or commitments, please feel to reach out. We can tailor our tours to suit almost any experience or skill level.

What's included:

- All technical climbing equipment including helmet, harness and climbing shoes

- Guide fee

- Travel cost for the guide

What's not included:

- Personal clothing and boots

- Food and drinks

- Travel insurance

- Transport

Details

  • Private guiding with an IFMGA Guide
  • Experience level: Intermediate to advanced
  • Fitness level: Good to very good
  • Duration: 5 day

Prices

On request

Maximum 2 guest pr guide and minimum 5 days

Please contact us for booking here.

Booking & Live Availability

Choose your available arrival dates marked in green in the calendar below.

Contact Us for Booking

Please contact us here for a tailor-made experience in Lofoten.
Contact Us

Questions for our local team?
We'll be happy to help you!

Email info@alpineguides.no or +47 76 08 83 10

Seth Hobby

IFMGA Guide & Owner

Sjur Hauge

IFMGA & Lead Guide

Stian Bruvoll

IFMGA Guide

Have questions?

Below we have listed some general FAQs about our experiences. If you have any question or queries, please feel free to get in touch here.

Can you list some of the routes/peaks you can guide me on?
How many days does this product last?
Do I need to be acclimatized?
Do I need any special insurance?
What other costs than the guide fee do I need to cover?