European climbing school/ guides

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European climbing school/ guides

by doc1911 » Thu Feb 09, 2006 1:09 am

I will have a chance to go to Europe (from the US) the end of this summer. My friends and I are looking to go climbing. There is a wide range of skill level and we are looking for a school or a guide for about 5 days. We will have our own equiptment to do traditional type of climbing. I am open to all countries. Thanks for the help

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Re: European climbing school/ guides

by brenta » Thu Feb 09, 2006 1:50 am

I took a course last summer with the <a href="">Courmayeur guides</a> and I've been quite happy with it. My instructor was <a href="">Christian Cesa</a>. I found that one of their standard courses fit my requirements well, but since you are in a group with mixed abilities, you should be able to arrange for a customized program.

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Re: European climbing school/ guides

by signorellil » Thu Feb 09, 2006 7:01 am

I endorse Brenta's suggestion. Courmayeur's guides courses are excellent in content terms, normally held in less frequented spots of the Massif, and suit a variety of abilities.

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Re: European climbing school/ guides

by Diego Sahagún » Sun Feb 12, 2006 2:35 am

doc191, go <a href=//><b><i>here</i></b></a>

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