Tag: Mont Blanc

Mont Blanc Team Summits

Hello from Chamonix, France. Sorry for the delay but our Mont Blanc team summited on on Aug 26th. 3 climbers and 2 guides reached the summit of the highest point in Western Europe. The team had a wonderful day climbing … Continue reading

Mont Blanc August 19-28, 2017

The AAI guides are in Chamonix and excited for our upcoming attempt on Mount Blanc!
Joe Stock | IFMGA Mountain Guide | Anchorage, Alaska
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Mont Blanc Team #4 Summits Gran Paradiso!

Hello from the Chabod Hutte inside Gran Paradiso national park. This morning our team departed the hut around 4:45am and made there way towards the summit. We reached the summit shortly after 9am. We had amazing weather and all members … Continue reading

Mont Blanc Team #4 at Gran Paradiso

Hello from the Chabod Hutte at 9,000ft Today our team traveled over to the Italian Alps. We entered the Gran Paradiso National Park and made our way to the Chabod Hutte We are getting ready to sit down for dinner … Continue reading

Mont Blanc Team #4 starting today!

Hello from Chamonix, France! Today is July 6th and we are just starting our 4th Mont Blanc trip of the season. The team all arrived safely in Chamonix with all there luggage and equipment. After getting to know each other … Continue reading

Mont Blanc Team #3 Summits!

Happy 4th of July from the Tete Rousse hut on Mont Blanc. We had a very successful day yesterday on the Mont Blanc. Our team of 4 climbers today summited Mont Blanc. In addition we had another private trip today with 1 climber who summited. In total we had 5 climbers and 3 guides reach […]

Mont Blanc Team #3 is ready to attempt the summit

Hello from Chamonix, France! Today is July 3rd, 2017. Our Mont Blanc team #3 just finished 3 days of acclimating and is back in town. Last night we enjoyed a wonderful meal along with hot showers and a clean pair … Continue reading

Photo from the summit of Mont Blanc this morning!

Our first Mont Blanc trip reached the summit today. Here is a panoramic of the summit. Photo credit: Dylan Taylor

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