Are you looking to reach higher? Challenge yourself, rediscover your limits, progress in technique and enjoy yourself at altitude. Take advantage of the continuity of this program to quickly progress in your knowledge and skills in ski mountaineering.

Continue to learn how to progress on untreated snow, the different techniques of ascent and descent. Learn how to use the safety tools and their protocol (ARVA, SHOVEL and PROBE), essential in the snowy mountain. Handle with the tools of progression so necessary in the highest peaks.
What do we offer you?
[expand title=”Day 1: Castanesa Peak (2861 m)”]
  •  Slope: ±1100 m
  • One of the peaks with the best view of the south face of the Maladetas Aneto massif. In addition to having a panoramic view of the Benasque and Castanesa Valleys unique for its location. Without being a 3000, honors its height and its slopes give options for all levels of ski mountaineering, with a descent of over 1000 meters.
[expand title=”Day 2: Tuca del Dalliu or Estós Peak (2531 m)”]
  • Slope: ±930 m
  • Due to its location, this is a peak that, without being very high, gives a view of the Alba Valley in the foreground, as well as the Valley of Estos and Lliterola. Behind it is the Perdiguero, which borders with France. It pleases us with a progressive and not very difficult ascent and gives us the option of several descents for different levels.
[expand title=”Day 3: Maladeta Peak (3308 m)”]
  • Slope: 1548 m+  y 1170 m-
  • It gives its name to the massif and was the largest until the Aneto was discovered. For its glacier the best descent in quality of snow in the Pyrenees. Alpine for the last stretch to reach the top, Maladetas corridor.
  • We will sleep in the Refugio de la Renclusa to link with the summit the next day.
[expand title=”Day 4: Aneto (3404 m)”]
  • Slope: 1400 m+ y 1665 m-
  • The top of the Pyrenees. It requires us to reach the top of the pass of Mahoma, the last challenge before enjoying a descent of more than 1400 m direct to the Forau de Aigualluts. Then a small ascent to the Antonio pass to go down to La Renclusa Refuge.
  • We will sleep in the Refugio de la Renclusa to link with the summit the next day.
[expand title=”Day 5: Alba Peak (3107 m)”]
  • Slope: 1000 m+ y 1350 m-
  • The easternmost 3.000 of the massif. Its ascent has nothing to envy to the highest ones, as it is magnified by the black pine forest through which we will do most of the descent, being the shortest ascent of the week. Its arrival at the summit becomes more alpine as more snow accumulates.
What will you need?
  • Backpack minimum 30l
  • Skimo clothing
  • Gloves (thin and thick)
  • Hat/cap
  • Mountaineering skis
  • Boots
  • Poles
  • Skins
  • Blades
  • Buff
  • Sun cream
  • Sunglasses
  • Water and food for 8 h.
  • Sleeping bag (refuge)
  • Headlamp and spare batteries
  • Harness
  • Crampons
  • Ice axe
We provide you with…
  • ARVA
  • Rope
  • Shovel
  • Probe
PRICES (VAT include)
1-2 persons: 2295 €
3-4 persons: 825 €/person
5-6 persons: 625 €/person
*Ask price for groups
  • Certified guide
  • Insurance of the activity and RC
  • 2 nights at La Renclusa refuge with half board
  • Security material (ARVA, shovel, prove y rope)
  • Do you have any doubts? Contact us!