In our opinion, teaching is in many ways the most demanding and most rewarding part of the job of a mountain guide and mountaineering instructor. Training people to be able to move independently on the various alpine terrains, from rock to ice, from snow to big walls, is a great responsibility for those who teach them, but also and above all an immense joy in seeing a ‘budding’ mountaineer or skier emerge. The courses that we offer, are based on our own experience and on a solid tradition of alpine courses that characterise us: every year we propose a few new features or improvements to meet the needs and ideas that students gradually help us to focus on. So if you are thinking to learn something new during your stay in the Dolomites, think about rock climbing or off-piste skiing: a course in the open air is the best way to live your time in the Dolomites.
The sheer extension and variety of the Dolomites can be a challenge even for the most experienced climbers. Trusting an IFMGA/UIAGM guide living among these mountains means putting together the perfect plan, avoiding unpleasant hiccups.
depending on the chosen course, you will find the information on the specific sheet.
We prepare a customised mountaineering or skiing courses, for each client, based on the wishes and abilities of whoever gets in touch with us. Starting from the first contact, we will start building an itinerary that fits around you. Read through our suggestions, they are generally a good starting point for your time in the Dolomites with us!
All the specific equipment is provided by us