La Grande Arabesque-Massif des Aravis
Pointe Perçée 2752m-Massif des Aravis
Ice climbing in Aravis Range
Ski Touring Trips in Aravis Range
Freeride Courses Aravis
Stage de Ski Freeride dans le Massif des Aravis au départ de La Clusaz. Un stage ...
Steep skiing courses
Stage ski de pente raide Apprendre les fondamentaux du ski de pente raide ou découvrir cette ...
Mountain climbing-Aravis Range
Infos Réserver Escalade, calcaire ou granitique, en libre ou artificielle ; la montagne est un terrain de ...
Ski touring in La Clusaz
Au coeur du massif des Aravis la station de ski de La Clusaz est idéale ...
Ski Freeride La Clusaz
Evadez-vous en ski freeride dans la station de la Clusaz et découvrez les plus beaux ...
High mountain guide: a profession, a passion and values.
Extreme skier at the base, I became an aspirant mountain guide in 2009 & high mountain guide in 2013: I am passionate about the vertical environment, steep skiing and peaks.
Nature and the environment have an important place in my life and I like to live there exceptional adventures with my guets or friends.
It is above all, ski-in ski-out in winter, that I walk the slopes of my original massif: Les Aravis, in order to discover the corridors and other slopes on which I forged my mountaineer experience before to climb the legendary routes of the Mont-Blanc Massif or other massifs further north in Europe.
Members and founders of the Annecy Mountains Guides Office, I make everyone discover the pleasure of contemplating the Alpine landscapes, the feeling of freedom and the beauty of nature that surround the most beautiful lake in Europe. The Aravis massif is my favorite but that does not prevent me from visiting other summits in the Mont-Blanc, Vanoise or Oisans massif that I know well.
Difficult climbs on abrasive limestone, passing by canyoning, via ferrata I explore this infinite playground and adventure both in winter and in summer.
And for those who wish to reach more ambitious heights, the other foreign massifs are not so far away.
MY UIAGM / IFMGA HIGH MOUNTAIN GUIDE COMMITMENTS FOR YOUR SAFETY.
I personally check that all my clients have equipment in good condition and suitable for the outing.
I make sure you have the level required for the exit.
I inform you beforehand about the weather and weather conditions and the level of risk.
Before each courses, I will provide you with a 15 to 30 minute training session on the rules and procedures to be followed for your safety and that of the group.
I have a park of equipment checked periodically and to standards and lend you this equipment if necessary. (Including safety for avalanche rescue (D.V.A, shovel and probe) and air bag under certain conditions as well as an EMERGENCY VHF emergency radio)
As a mountain guide, I am committed to protecting nature and the environment with Mountain Wilderness