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Sports activities à Megève

Stage d’alpinisme “1er 4000”

Address

76 rue Ambroise Martin
74120 Megève

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About Us

You are a good walker, the high mountains attract you and you dream of climbing a summit exceeding the mythical altitude of 4000 meters, this course is made for you!

The first day will be devoted to the discovery of the high mountains, the second will allow us to reach the Aosta Valley and climb to the Città di Mantova refuge, finally, the third day we will climb the Vincent Pyramid which culminates at 4215 meters above sea level. altitude.
Day 1: Glacier hike towards the Col d'Entrèves (3527 meters), first steps in the high mountains, discovery of specific mountaineering equipment (harness, crampons, ice axe, rope) and the prestigious peaks of the Mont-Blanc massif .
Ascent: approximately 400 meters.
Day 2: Transfer to the Aosta Valley towards the resort of Gressoney La Trinité, ski lifts to Punta Indren (3280 meters) then climb to the Città Di Mantova refuge 3498 meters. Learning the basic knots and techniques of mountaineering near the refuge. Night in a refuge at the foot of the glaciers.
Ascent: 220 meters.
Day 3: Departure at the first light of dawn, for the ascent of the Vincent Pyramid and its 4215 meters of altitude, straddling Italy and Switzerland very close to prestigious peaks such as Lyskamm 4527 meters, Dufour Point 4614 meters and many other peaks that will make you dream!
Ascent: 715 meters

We speak: German, English, Italian

Activities

Customers

  • Groups welcome

Types

  • Supervised practice
  • Courses
  • Intership
  • Courses
  • Private lesson
  • Course development

Sports activities

  • Climbing sports / Rope sports
  • Mountaineering

Opening

Opening hours from June 15 to September 15, 2024
Mondays Open
Tuesday Open
Wednesdays Open
Thursdays Open
Friday Open
Saturday Open
Sunday Open
  • Further information : On demand

Prices

Payment method

  • Bank / credit card
  • Cheque
  • Classic Holiday Vouchers
  • Cash

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