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Work With Our Trustworthy Mountain Guides

Our Guides are highly trained and qualified. They will guide you safely. They are IFMGA Certified.

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This is the Highest Mountain Guide Qualification in the world.

The training and examination process takes around 4 -5 years, it takes dedication, lots of training and big commitment as they are tested in all the different activities: Rock & Ice Climbing, Mountaineering and Ski Mountaineering.

It takes real dedication and their effort speaks highly of their commitment to the development of their own skills, as well as the profession.

Whenever we are hiring a Guide, we are sure that he/she is certified by IFMGA and sure of the legality of his/her commercial operations. They have a Guide badge, with the IFMGA logo displayed and na IFMGA sticker with the current year on the back side.

Only IFMGA Mountain Guides are permitted to display this IFMGA logo.

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Alberto De Giuli

Alberto is based in the Dolomites, in Cortina d’Ampezzo. He is a native of Padova.

He is overseeing and co-ordinating our adventures in Italy, France, Austria and Switzerland. He has guided since 2008, in the summer, spring, fall and winter.

He has climbed multiple times the Mt Blanc, the Matterhorn and all round the Dolomites. He has guided many times the “Haute Route” and multiple hut to hut trips in Switzerland , Austria and Italy.

"I ended up pursing my big passion for the mountains, for climbing and skiing, in 2008 I became a certified Mountain Guide, and now I can proudly say I live this passion 365 days a year and I’ve made the guiding a full time job. Honestly, I don’t know if I could survive without it and I can’t see myself doing anything else for a living.

I’m based near Cortina d’Ampezzo, in the heart of the Dolomite Mountains, mostly all year round together with my partner and our 2 little girls. Eager for new adventures I’ve guided my clients around the big and most famous mountains all around the Alps as well, on skis or just climbing them during the summer.

Photography is another big passion I've got by my father, if I don’t have a camera aound my neck I feel naked. My English is fluent and I also speak French"

Jorge

Jorge Andres Kozulj

Jorge is a native of Buenos Aires, Argentina.

He is based in Bariloche, Argentina. He is overseeing and coordinating our adventures in Argentina and Chile. 

Jorge knows intimately the Andes and Patagonia.

He has climbed the highest peaks in Patagonia, skied the volcanoes of Chile and skied hut to hut in Northern Patagonia.

He has traversed multiple times the Patagonian ice cap, and also has guided in Antartica, Norway, Iceland, Chamonix.

He also has skied and climbed extensively in the Alps, Alaska and Kamchatka.

He is fluent in English.

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Doug Stoup -America’s leading explorer of the
North Pole and South Pole

Doug Stoup

Doug Stoup is an IPGA (international Polar Guide Assoc.) Master Guide..He supervises and is in charge of all the trips to Antarctica and Svalbard(Norway) Doug is the world’s leading Polar guide. He has numerous firsts to his name and has skied to both the North and South Poles numerous times.

He has led more expeditions to the poles than any other person on the planet, and has refined countless aspects of polar travel. Douglas has visited Antarctica 47 times (not including 10 times for research resupplies to the Italian Base in McMurdo and is the first American Male to ski to the South Pole.

His experiences are as unique and uncommon as the messages he imparts to others. He continues to push the limits of human endurance while raising funds for charities, collecting scientific data for climate change scientists, and leading disabled adventurers to the polar environments It’s only through immense focus, perseverance, and hard work that Doug has accomplished the unheard of feats throughout his career.

Doug currently holds the World Speed Record for crossing from the coast of Antarctica to the geographic South Pole on an unsupported ski expedition with Parker Liautaud: Completed the 437 miles in 18 days 4 hours and 33 minutes.

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