Ossola Valley, Mont Blanc, Orco Valley
From May to October
Alps offers hundreds of amazing rock climbing routes. It is sure difficult establish the best ones in absolute terms. Lyskamm4000 Mountain Guides can help you choosing the ones that more fit your level and ambition and guide you safely on every king on terrain, on trad or bolted routes, everywhere in the western alps.
TECHNICAL INFO: the technical level required, in order to live an exciting but not too scary adventure, is depending on the route. Our guide will be pleased helping you in this, sometimes difficult, choice. Following some route we suggest: even if the technical difficult of these itineraries is between 4 and 6b (french grades), our guides can safely lead you on climbing of any level.
PARETE DI AGARO - BUON COMPLEANNO: Nice sport climbing on very good rock, located in Val Divedro (Ossola) on the shore of Agaro lake. 7 pitches, 220m, max 6b (1 short section). Climbable till October.
MACHABY - DIRETTA AL BANANO: A super classic sport route of Aosta Valley, on the well known “paretone di Machaby”. Climbable on December as well, offer a pleasant slab climbing. 8 pitches, 250m, max 5c.
TORRE DI BOCCIOLETO - VIA MORA SACCHI: A very exposed, partially equipped route, that reach the summit of the tower, iconic symbol of Val Sermenza - Valsesia. 4 pitches, 100m, 5° max.
AIGUILLE DU MIDI - REBUFFAT ROUTE: Beautiful high mountain route on solid red granite, located in front of the Mont Blanc summit. The short approach from the Chamonix cable car allow to climb it in a single day. Trad climbing, 200m, 5c max.
TOUR ROUGE - LE MARCHAND DE SABLE: Spectacular route in the french side of Mont Blanc. Approach from refuge Envers des Aiguille. Require 2 days. 300m, 6a+ max.
|AD / Fairly Difficult|
|Basic rock climbing technique is required|
|Harness, climbing shoes, helmet|
Alpine Club Card is recommended
WHAT’S INCLUEDED : Support and assistance of an Italian certified UIAGM Mountain Guide (English speaking), logistic organization, all technical equipment including helmet and rock shoes, ropes, quickdraws, carabiners, belay devices.
WHAT’S NOT INCLUEDED: Transfers, costs of board and login. Personal injury insurance. Mountain Guide expenses will be shared by the participants.