Stage leader 4000 Massif des Ecrins

5 days to learn how to manage a roped party and know the basic techniques of a mountain guide.

Prezzo: 1.400,00

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Add insurance for dangerous sports

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Reach the summit of Barre des Ecrins (4102) and Dome des Neiges 4,015m in the Ecrins massif, Dauphiné. In 5 days you will be able to do other mixed climbs in the area. Leader level: lead a team and learn the basic techniques of a mountain guide to manage other people in the mountains. This internship is the last step in the growth of our high altitude courses.

Schedule

The following program may be subject to change at the sole discretion of the instructor for weather reasons or safety conditions on the glacier.

DAY 1

• Meet directly at the Refuge du Pré de Madame Carle, in Alefroide at approximately 10.30 am (or directly near Turin to share the journey at 9.00 am). Presentations and movement to the crag.
• Morning and afternoon at the crag where we will tackle rope maneuvers and the leader’s rock progression technique
• Dinner, overnight stay and breakfast in the refuge

DAY 2

• Breakfast around 6:00/7:00 am and ascent of the south ridge of Agneau Noir via the Tuckett glacier. Management of the consortium by the participants under the supervision of the guide.
• Descent towards the Refuge du Glacier Blanc. Dinner and overnight stay

DAY 3

• Breakfast approximately 5:00/6:00 am. Ascent along the south ridge of the Pic du Glacier d’Arsine. Management of the consortium by the participants under the supervision of the guide. Descent towards the Refuge des Ecrins.
• Dinner and overnight stay.

DAY 4

• Breakfast approximately 5:00/6:00 am. Climb along the south face of Roche Faurio where we will encounter ideal working terrain on the final ridge. Descent to the Refuge des Ecrins.
• Dinner and overnight stay.

DAY 5

• Breakfast approximately 4:00/5:00 am. Climb towards the Dôme de Neige des Écrins. Rope management on crevassed and steep glacial terrain. Return to the Refuge du Pré de Madame Carle around 4:00/5:00 pm, final briefing and farewells.

Participants

• 3 per guide (price €1400)

• Minimum participants 2 per guide at the price of €1900 per person

Dates
  • From 19 to 23 June 2024
  • From 17 to 21 July 2024
  • From 24 to 28 July 2024
  • From 31 July to 04 August 2024
  • From 07 to 11 August 2024

2 to 3 participants per guide

Required skills

Having participated in one Advanced Stage

of Adventure Dreamers or present a training and climbing curriculum out of 4000 of the same level.

Having participated in one Advanced Stage

of Adventure Dreamers or present a training and climbing curriculum out of 4000 of the same level.

The price includes

  • Alpine Guide Instructor for 5 days;
  • Common equipment (ropes, carabiners, etc)
  • Sign up to the Adventure Dreamers group in your region and be able to participate in free self-organised activities of our members throughout the year.

The price does not include

  • Room and board in personal and guide refuges
  • Room and board in the guide’s refuge
  • Parking costs
  • Travel expenses
  • Snacks and any packed lunches or lunches in the refuge, both personal and for the guide;
  • Personal mountaineering equipment (can be rented – See FAQ below)
  • Supplementary accident insurance ► more information</ a>
  • Everything that is not listed in the “the price includes” section

EXPECTED COSTS FOR SHELTERS

  • Refuge du Glacier Blanc personal €60
  • Refuge du Glacier Blanc for the guide €47 (to be divided among the participants)
  • Personal refuge des Ecrins €65
  • Refuge des Ecrins for the guide €50.50 (to be divided among the participants)
  • Refuge du Pré de Madame Carle personal €75 half board
  • Refuge du Pré de Madame Carle for the guide €75 half board (to be divided between participants)

Required personal equipment

• Layered clothing suitable for high mountains (See FAQ below)
• Harness, crampons, ice axe, helmet (can be rented – See FAQ below)
• Sunglasses (at least cat. 3, preferably 4), sun cream, hat, neck warmer, two pairs of snow gloves, thermos or water depending on the temperature, 30/40 liter backpack
• Waterproof, cramponable or semi-waterproof, high-ankle mountain boots

See FAQ for a complete list of equipment and clothing

The Guides

AD collaborates exclusively with UIAGM certified Alpine Guides

Over the years, an excellent relationship of collaboration, trust and friendship has been established with all the guides chosen for our events. We are a guarantee of a professional service carried out safely thanks to the experience of our guides.

FAQ

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Excellent physical condition. Trained person who practices sports even at a non-competitive level. Previous experience in mountaineering with the obligation to submit a CV. Have successfully completed an Advanced internship with Adventure Dreamers.

You can see this article for comparison.
The registration fee includes:

– 5 days with a mountain guide
– Membership in the Adventure Dreamers group in your region, being able to participate in free self-organised activities of our members throughout the year.

However, it does not include personal and guide half-board shelters, personal and guide lunches and travel to the places where the event takes place and the rental of ice axes, crampons, harness and helmet.
The event takes place in the Ecrins massif, France. From Val di Susa you head in the direction of Cesana Torinese, Monginevro, Briançon. Head towards Ailefroide in the direction of the Refuge du Pré de Madame Carle, where you park:

Click HERE for the location
It will be possible to meet near Turin or any other convenient point. It will be possible to organize with the guide on the WhatsApp group created about a week before the event.
In case of bad weather forecast by the guide the event will be cancelled. If the guide decides to confirm the event because he considers a high success rate and sufficient safety conditions in relation to the weather, the cost of the event will not be refundable.

No refunds will be made if a member of the group is unable to reach the summit or if the guide decides to descend due to reasons due to the group’s abilities or the weather.
Winter mountain clothing, “onion” clothing is recommended, i.e. with various layers to be adjusted based on the temperature:
– thermal underwear
– pail or soft shell type layer – waterproof shell + warm down jacket or similar
– Soft-shell trousers (schoeller) or similar
– Hat or headband
– two pairs of snow gloves (one warm and one lighter and more sensitive)
– sunglasses
– UV rays protective cream
– Front
– Backpack 30/40 LT
– Sheet bag
– Telescopic poles (optional but very useful)
– Cramponable mountain boots (crampon insert at least in the heel)
-bars/dried fruit/gel for the climb
-water bottle

– Mountaineering equipment (harness, ice axe, crampons, helmet) ► Possibility of rental or purchase of the equipment in agreement!
Common equipment such as ropes, webbing, carabiners etc. available from the mountain guide.

RENTAL The request for rental equipment must be communicated in good time, at least one week before the start of the event.
However, we recommend communicating this when purchasing the event. The guide will bring all the equipment directly to the event.

You can book your equipment from HERE

Useful links for choosing equipment and clothing:
ORGANISING WINTER COURSES
• BAD WEATHER: In case of bad weather predicted by the guide, the event will be canceled by the guide. If the guide decides to confirm the event because he considers a high success rate and sufficient safety conditions in relation to the weather, the climb will be confirmed and the cost of the event will not be refundable. Usually the dawn is stable in the mountains, to guarantee the success of the stage, the wake-up and ascent times may be varied.
• FAILURE TO PARTICIPATE: if you are unable to participate due to personal reasons it will not be possible to receive a refund.
• FAILURE TO REACH THE MINIMUM NUMBER: if the group of participants does not reach the minimum number, you will be entitled to a refund or you can use the fee for any other event. It’s your choice!
• INAPPROPRIATE EQUIPMENT: it is not possible to receive a refund if you do not have the mandatory technical equipment and/or unsuitable clothing. In this case the guide may decide not to let you participate in the climb • FAILURE TO REACH A PEAK: in case of failure to reach a peak foreseen in the program, no refund will be provided.
• OTHER CAUSES: for any other cause of cancellation on our part you are entitled to a refund.
• COVID OR OTHER ILLNESSES/INJURIES: there is no refund due to COVID, various injuries or other illnesses. No refunds will be given if a member of the group is unable to reach the summit or if the guide decides to descend due to reasons due to the group’s abilities or the weather.
The group agrees to respect the unquestionable judgment of the Alpine Guide and that nothing is owed by the organization.

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