Discover the mountaieneering at Monterosa

Mont-Rose is the second highest mountain in the Alps after Mont-Blanc, its highest point is the Pointe Dufour at 4,634 m altitude. Much more welcoming and accessible than Mt Blanc, it is possible to climb several peaks over 4000m in the same day depending on the conditions. Certainly one of the most beautiful peaks in the Alps.
Next training :From 27 August To August 28, 2020
Prix à partir de2 daysInformation at +33 623 436 355
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Day 1: Meeting in Gressoney in the morning, possibility of carpool, we take the mechanical lifts from Staffal (1820m), then the cable car of Indren (3260m). From the top of the cable car 3260m we walk for 1 hour to spend the night at the refuge of Citta Di Mantova 3448m (D + = 200m)

Day2: Departure from the shelter 1h before sunrise, to climb 1 or 2 peaks or summits of 4000 meters: Signalkuppe, 4554m, Zumstein, 4563m, Parrot Point, 4436m, Ludwigshöhe, 4342m, Corno Nero, 4322m, Balmenhorn, 4167m, Pyramid Vincent, 4215m. (D + = approximately 1000m, D-1200m) return to Staffal in the middle of the afternoon.

Price for 1 participant = 1200 €Price for 2 participants = 700 €Price for 3 to 4 participants = 550 €Price for 4 to 5 participants = 450 €

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Discover the mountaieneering at Monterosa

Supervised by our high mountain guides
Dormitory shelter accommodation (1 night)
Catering in a refuge (Dinner and breakfast)
Lunch Day 1 et Day 2
Staffal Ski Lift Staffal in Indren
Transportation to Gressoney Round Trip
Water,Drinks, extras and other expenses not included
Individual material
Your guide can lend you some of the material, but it's best to own your own.
Consult our material sheet here:
To have a good endurance to walk at least 1000 m altitude difference (4000m), it is strongly recommended to have a minimum of training (jogging, running) before running the race.
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