Intro to Alpine Rock Climbing
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Chamonix is known for it's technical climbing, but it also has plenty of terrain that is more fitting for beginners. No matter how much experience you have, there are great rock climbing routes in Chamonix to suite your level.
Time & Dates
This program is run on a custom basis, so you can choose the dates that work best for you. We recommend booking at least 3 days to get the most out of your Chamonix climbing experience.
There are many great climbing venues in Chamonix. We can focus on pure rock climbing, ice climbing, alpine climbing and mountaineering, or any mixture of these different climbing disciplines.
All of our summer trips are done on a private basis. We do not put groups together.
The daily guide fee is based on the number of climbers in the group. Please note that certain climbs can only be done at a low ratio (1:1 or 1:2). Email us for more information.
Daily guide fee:
1 climber = $595
2 climbers = $320 per person
3 climbers = $230 per person
4 climbers = $185 per person
Guided climbing and instruction with an IFMGA/UIAGM qualified guide
Transportation around the Chamonix valley
PRICE DOES NOT INCLUDE
Lift or Train Tickets
Equipment rental (harness, helmet, climbing shoes or boots, etc)
Mountain Rescue Insurance
Travel/Trip Cancellation Insurance
Weather in the Alps can vary from hot and sunny to cold and stormy very suddenly. The temperatures can fluctuate between highs in the 70’s and 80’s (Farenheit) during the day to lows below freezing at night. It is important to be prepared for all types of mountain weather.
There are 2 different types of insurance: Travel or Trip Cancellation insurance and Rescue insurance. Typical travel insurance will cover the cost of the trip if you have to cancel before or during for any reason. There are many companies that offer this type of insurance such as Travelguard and Travelex. You can get rescue insurance through an Alpine Club or your own provider.