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August 2020

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  • Canyoning (known as canyoneering in the U.S.) means descending canyons using a variety of techniques. Canyons are narrow gorges usually cut into the stone by the thousand-year passage of a river. These technical descents will often require rappels (abseils) and rope work. Anyway, the emphasis in the sport is usually on aesthetics and fun rather than pure technical difficulty, as canyoning is enjoyed by people of all ages and skill levels.
  • Rock climbing means ascending rock formations, often using climbing shoes and a chalk bag, trying to overcome extreme difficulties on the rock. As a safeguard, equipment such as ropes, bolts, nuts, hexes and harness are usually employed.
  • We think that both theoretical and practical education are the basics to approach correctly to any mountainous environment. The courses are organised by activity and have a progressive structure, from the beginner to the expert. Our mountain guides are extremely qualified and hold several patents, for example: Ski-instructor, National Mountain Guide Instructor and National Park Guide.
  • Freeriding means skiing on downhill slopes covered of powdery snow, in total freedom, far from the common ski-lifters ways. Surfing over pristine and fresh snow will give you an amazing rush of adrenaline.
  • These routes are thought for the ones who wants to hike over glaciers and peaks, following the ridge of the mountains. We offer several proposals, suitable for anyone interested in knowing how to properly use high-altitude mountaineering equipment. The Guide will teach the proper use of the gear and also entertain you with historical and environmental information about the surroundings, so that your experience will be a rewarding one.
  • Ice climbing refers to roped and protected climbing of features such as icefalls, frozen waterfalls, and cliffs and rocks covered with ice refrozen from flows of water. Ice climbing is broadly divided into two spheres, alpine ice and water ice. Alpine ice is the one found in a mountain environment, usually climbed in an attempt to summit a mountain. Water ice is usually found on a cliff or other outcropping beneath water flows. Both consistency of the ice and difficulties vary greatly according to the weather conditions.
  • These activities are specifically addressed to children and young people, so that they learn how to behave in the mountains to have fun with safety.
  • These activities concerns those who want to get in touch with the wintry wilderness of the snowy forests, being able to walk over the snow using this old-fashioned gear, the snowshoes. Many different hikes are possible, suitable to anybody.
  • Ski-mountaineering is an extraordinary experience: it basically involves reaching a peak or climbing up a mountain with the skies on, and then descend skiing, usually from another way. It gives you great chances of being in a pure environment, off the beaten tracks, but it must be practised under the lead of a Guide because of the knowledge it requires.
  • The word trek comes from Afrikaans, meaning a long, hard journey. It now basically refers to the activity of hiking or backpacking, and it does not have to be really long nor hard. In any case, it is an outdoor activity which consists of walking in natural environments, often on hiking trails, for more days, wearing the proper gear. Our valleys are extremely fit for this purpose: mountain dews and hotels offer high-quality services, while keeping a familiar feel. Our School, working since many years in the field, can offer you the guidance of selected Mountain Guides that can lead you on safe and sound routes all over the Alps.
  • A via ferrata (Italian for iron road, in German, Klettersteig) is a mountain walking-route equipped with fixed cables, ladders, and bridges. The first via ferratas were built in the Dolomite mountain region of Italy during the First World War, to aid the movement of mountain infantry. Following these paths, some of which are natural, otherwise man-made, carved around vertical rocks, you will have the possibility of viewing extraordinary panoramas on the famous peaks of Brenta Dolomites or Adamello-Presanella, while walking in safety thanks to rope, gear and the Guide lead. It is an unforgettable experience for whom wants to try something more exciting and rewarding than a simple hike.

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