• Enjoyable arete de cosmiques, Chamonix


Length Trip
One to endless days

Late March- April for the trips we like to run there


Begginners, intermediate and advanced mountaineers, skiers, climbers


Ski mountaineering, ski touring, mountaineering, climbing , alpinism

The Alps and Chamonix is the cradle of alpinism and skiing, it is a place where we all should go one day, it is a big part of the Mountain Culture. We co-work here with few local Chamoniards UIAGM-IFMGA-IVBV Mountain guides. We offer trips there year round:

Skiing: The Classic Vallee Blanche, with all the variants that the valley offers, including crossing to Cormayeur on the Italian side, col de Entrevee and all the nice ski tours on the Glacier of Dent du Giant. For the most experts Cosmique couloir, Glacier Ronde descent and other classics steep ski descents. Haute Route Chamonix Zermatt

We mountain guide the beautiful, scenic, classic and most well know ski touring traverse in the World :
Haute Route, starting from Chamonix ending in Zermatt.
If you are interested in being in the most ratio of 4000’s peaks that is Berner-Oberland, we can climb and ski there. My favourite area in the Alps
Classic ski days to the Valais as skiing in col du Saint Bernard, Verbier area.
Classic Glacier du tour, col du passon as other Chamonix Classics. Trois cols ski tour. Ski to Trient.

Classic Mountaineering Ascents:

Aguille du Tour and Arete de Cosmiques
Classic Climbs in the Triangle du Tacul
Tour Ronde ascent via normal route, North Face or Gervasutti couloir
Rock climbs on the South Side of Aguille du Midi, Point Lachenal
Point Lachenal mountaineering traverse
Ascent to Mont Blanc

Marbree and Entreve aretes

Granite Rock Climbs:

We offer a variety of climbs in the massif to Mont Blanc as Grand Capuccin, Trident, Adolphe Rey, Chandele. Also climbs in in Envers des Aguilles, nearbies of Argentiere hut and all over the place where there is good rock 🙂

Hotels we recommend:

Hotel Heliopic, definitely amazing ****- https://www.heliopic.com/en

Hotel D’Arve , Classic Chamonix *** – http://www.hotelarve-chamonix.com/en/

Hotel Faucigny, a nice remodeled to modern style ***- Very good – http://www.hotelfaucigny-chamonix.com/

Hotel l’Oustalet, a super nice *** hotel, with pool and view to Mont Blanc- http://www.hotel-oustalet.com/
All this trips and more are available on request!


Day trips Skiing Chamonix
580 Euro Private guiding per day

700 Euro Private guiding day / 2 clients

185 Euro Per Person -4 Persons or more-

Day trips Skiing Switzerland
700 Euro – 1 client/ day

800 Euro- 2 clients/ day

3 or 4 persons – EURO 270 per person/ day

Rock & Ice Climbing days in Chamonix (Summer/Winter) 

600 Euro per day/ 1 client total

750 Euro per day/ 2 clients total

Grand Capuccin and other long routes we charge two days (example: Approach to Torino hut in the pm + the actual climbing day)..  Similar idea to climb Dru or other long day climbs

This is basic rate for most of guiding trips. If then we do a goulotte, some steep skiing, a big climbing face ice/ mix / rock , Mont Blanc ascent or other activity, price will vary according to the intensity of the trip, following as guideline the rates of  the Companie de Guides du Chamonix avarage. Email for each particular climb!

Switzerland day rate

500 Euro: 1 client

600 Euro: 2 clients

Every March April May of every year for Ski Mountaineering- Ski touring

Every Summer for Summer trips. Email us info@andescross.com



The Andescross family comes back to Southamerica with us and also to Antarctica, Norway, Iceland and the Alps for more good times.

“Back in 2006 I decided I wanted to try backcountry skiing and soon after I ended up contacting Jorgito at Andescross, which was already a very respected guiding company in Argentina.”

The idea of climbing all the mountains and volcanos in patagonia in the winter time and skiing them on the way down sounded too good to be true. Our first trip with Andescross was to Frey Hut with a couple of my brothers. The skiing conditions were as bad as Patagonia can offer so we ended up 2 days stuck in the hut in the midle of a storm and one day skiing on pure ice… 

“About 10 years ago I contacted Jorge about doing a hut to hut ski trip in the mountains around Bariloche. I chose him because he was a fully certified International Mountain guide.”

This trip proved to be nothing short of fantastic. Jorge was professional, friendly, knowledgeable of the area we were traveling through and was a great travel partner. He took care of my travel arrangements in Bariloche, booked my room for me before and after the trip, and even picked me up at the airport. The next year, I returned for a volcano ski trip with Jorge. We were fortunate enough to ski from the summit of four volcanoes. In the last decade, I have traveled with him at least 8 times.  We have skied in Chile and Argentina numerous times, including a trip to the Patagonian Ice-fields.

“I have skied with Jorge and Andescross in the Andes and the Alps in Europe.   Simply put, the Andes Mountain range is Jorge’s backyard and he knows then well.”

In my view, I think it would be very difficult to find another South American based guide with comparable years of experience in the Andes, guiding credentials, and local knowledge.  Over the years, Jorge has gained significant knowledge of the Alps and many other mountain ranges in the world which he includes in his worldwide adventure trips.  He is able to quickly gauge conditions, make safe decisions, and find great untracked skiing.  

“Jorge se ha convertido con el tiempo en un amigo cercano más que en un guía.”

Hemos compartido muchas aventuras juntos en varias partes del mundo como los Alpes, Bariloche y Chalten, y siempre regresamos de cada viaje pensando en el próximo. Para que un viaje sea exitoso tiene que tener su cuota de riesgo y cautela, algo muy difícil de lograr pero que Jorge siempre ha sabido manejar. Seguramente les quemara la cabeza hablando de… Paciencia estimados clientes!!, nadie es perfecto.

“In just over a six year period, we have done five trips with Jorge and have committed to a sixth next year. We must like this guy! Jorge is THE guide for your Patagonia adventures…and beyond! ”

Our first trip with Jorge in 2010 was for backcountry skiing around Bariloche, Argentina. While we were temporarily weathered out of higher terrain due to high avalanche danger from tons of new snow, we never lacked for fun, challenging, and noteworthy alternatives. He shared with us his hometown stashes, something only a generous local guide could do. Jorge is a consummate mountain guide. He is completely client focused. He is a first rate professional. We trust his judgement, thrill in his ski adventures, and have been blessed to enjoy the beautiful outdoors around the world with him.

“40 years ago I flew down to Argentina in my summer for downhill training in the Andes.
I was then racing on the World Cup circuit and so having 4 weeks on snow in summer was really useful training.”

I fell in love with Bariloche and returned the next year again. Sadly this was the last time I made to South America and then, when skiing in Iceland, I bumped into a friend of our guide, John Falkiner. We shared a few beers waiting for our airplane to fly home and John explained that his friend, Jorge, was a guide down in Argentina and that helped in Bariloche.

“Jorge and team helped with all the fairly complex planning and logistics for a supported backpacking trip across the Andes”

From Bariloche to Puerto Frias for our group of 10 people, and guided us safely along the route.  He and his guides were exceptionally competent, knowledgeable and professional, and everyone had a great time.  I would highly recommend Andescross!

“I am currently travelling the world on a sabbatical, looking for amazing experiences. During a stop across south america, I wanted to rock climb in the Frey national park, near Bariloche.”

I found the Andescross team on the internet, and they teamed me up for 3 days with a world class guide instructor. I am a novice rock climber, and my guide Luciano not only provided me with amazing climbing coaching tips, but allowed me to push myself to go beyond my comfort zone, in all safety. And once the climbing was over (once summits were achieved and I could not feel my forearms anymore), it was time for some of the best hospitality I have found on the road this last year. Great dinners, food, friends and laughter to fill our evening, until the call of the rock would get us out of our sleeping bag the next morning.

“Jorge has excellent personal skills and appreciation of my climbing abilities. ”

Brian climber from CanadaI had the pleasure of meeting Jorge in December 2008. My wife and I were in Bariloche, on holiday in Argentina. Jorge had been recommended to us by a climbing friend back home in Canada. I was able to contact him by phone and we worked out a rendez-vous at the Refugio Frey for a day’s climbing on the rock. His knowledge of the area and the realistic time needed to complete various options, made it easy for me to reach a decision. What followed was one of the best days in the mountains that I have experienced over a lifetime in the sport.

“Had a FANTASTIC time and thank you so much for all your help and the great guides. Great meeting you!!!!”

We are in BA, but head to Brazil tomorow and am just going to eat, drink and sleep! Anytime you head to Europe, you always have a place to stay in London and hopefully we will be back SOON!”


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