Mountain guides

High-mountain guides are often seen as exercising one of the most fascinating of professions, which requires a high level of technical and professional skills, together with tenacity and a generous measure of enthusiasm.
The alpine guides of Valle d'Aosta boast a tradition that stretches back a long way; many of them have written chapters in the history of mountaineering at its best, and continue to guarantee both thrills and safety to those who practise a wide range of mountain sports.
Regardless of their operating office, mountain guides are qualified to practice the profession throughout the Aosta Valley.

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Guidemonterosa s.r.l.

Alpine guides  -  Gressoney-La-Trinité

Guidemonterosa s.r.l. was set up in 1995 by a number of local Alpine Guides, who believed in the potential for development of winter mountain tourism in their area.
The activities practiced durin…

"Sirdar Montagne et Aventure" association

Alpine guides  -  La Salle

More information here
Main areas of operation: Mont Blanc, Mont Rose, Grand Paradis, Matterhorn areas
Spoken languages: Italian, French, English

Rutor La Thuile Alpine guides association

Alpine guides  -  La Thuile

The “Rutor-La Thuile” Alpine guides association offers:

During the winter season:
heliski, off-piste skiing areas with ski-lift, Vallée Blanche, high-mountain skiing on the main Aosta Valley…

website
E-mail

Valgrisenche alpine guides association

Alpine guides  -  Valgrisenche

There is an old saying that at Valgrisenche you could neither go by sea nor land but only by rocks and stones …
Today you can go by helicopter, because Valgrisenche is one of the few ridges i…

Valpelline Alpine guides association

Alpine guides  -  Valpelline

The Gran San Bernardo, Ollomont and Valpelline valleys, in the middle of the one of the most important mountain ranges in Europe, offers a fairy-tale winter, with no over-crowding. A week of skiin…

Gran Paradiso Alpine guides association

Alpine guides  -  Valsavarenche

Val di Rhêmes and Valsavarenche: two appealing, romantic valleys in the Gran Paradiso National Park, where you can still enjoy a calm, restful, quiet holiday.
From Valsavarenche you can go up t…

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Guidemonterosa s.r.l.

Alpine guides  -  Gressoney-La-Trinité

Guidemonterosa s.r.l. was set up in 1995 by a number of local Alpine Guides, who believed in the potential for development of winter mountain tourism in their area.
The activities practiced durin…

"Sirdar Montagne et Aventure" association

Alpine guides  -  La Salle

More information here
Main areas of operation: Mont Blanc, Mont Rose, Grand Paradis, Matterhorn areas
Spoken languages: Italian, French, English

Rutor La Thuile Alpine guides association

Alpine guides  -  La Thuile

The “Rutor-La Thuile” Alpine guides association offers:

During the winter season:
heliski, off-piste skiing areas with ski-lift, Vallée Blanche, high-mountain skiing on the main Aosta Valley…

website
E-mail

Valgrisenche alpine guides association

Alpine guides  -  Valgrisenche

There is an old saying that at Valgrisenche you could neither go by sea nor land but only by rocks and stones …
Today you can go by helicopter, because Valgrisenche is one of the few ridges i…

Valpelline Alpine guides association

Alpine guides  -  Valpelline

The Gran San Bernardo, Ollomont and Valpelline valleys, in the middle of the one of the most important mountain ranges in Europe, offers a fairy-tale winter, with no over-crowding. A week of skiin…

Gran Paradiso Alpine guides association

Alpine guides  -  Valsavarenche

Val di Rhêmes and Valsavarenche: two appealing, romantic valleys in the Gran Paradiso National Park, where you can still enjoy a calm, restful, quiet holiday.
From Valsavarenche you can go up t…

 
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