I am MARIN OBERT, I was born in 1960 and started my work in the fall of 1979 and I have been Mountain Guide since 1980. After years I realize that I was very young but in my house I have always breathed “mountain air”, having three brothers who already practiced the same work and a mountain passionate dad also! In 1980 I attended my first non-European expedition in Nepal, on that occasion I left a piece of heart in those magnificent places so I went back for trekking, with friends, with customers and once to climb the only 8000 of my career, the Shisha Pangma. I love my job even if I do not practice it all year round. My working area is the Monte Rosa but if there is the chance I will happily see new places.
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Marco Spataro, Alpine Guide and photographer, lives at the foot of Monte Rosa, in the Ayas Valley; where he likes to climb the peaks alone or with customers. Since he was a child, walks along and along with his father the main mountains of the Valle d’Aosta, on foot or by skiing. And it is his father Remo who has sent him love for photography and mountain; a love that became a work. During his trips, he searches for the best light and shots. The images emphasize the love for the landscape. He collaborates with mountain and tourism magazines where he publishes articles.
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Class ’74, born in the Novarese area, moved to Ayas at the age of 20, lives with his wife Michela and his sons Pietro, Emile and Anna to Antagnod. The passion for the mountain has led him to take his first steps on the Glaciers of the Monte Rosa and then to the Himalayan glaciers, climbing the Shishapaghma and in South America climbing Mount Yshinca, Hurus, Tochliaracu and Huascaran. He knows very well the most impressive corners of the Ayas Valley and always have the pleasure of guiding you where you would not go. President of the Champoluc Alpine Guides Society.
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Born in 1966, mountain passionate despite a family without real mountaineering tradition. In the 1980s with friends, climbs the main peaks of Monte Rosa and later, also dedicated himself to ice falls, ski, rock and paragliding. In the 1990s he moved to Val d’Ayas, became Pisteur Secouriste and volunteer for Cynophilous Unit Rescue Team, with his German Shepherd “Pluto”. In 2001, at the age of 35, he successfully passed the selection Trial Alpine Guide and became an Alpine Guide in 2004, realizing his dream. Mauro is also a member of Valle d’Aosta Alpine Rescue Team and Canyoning Guide.
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Class 1978. Ski Instructor since 1999, Trial Alpine Guide in 2008 and Alpine Guide in 2011. He says: “At three and a half years I was able to put two skis under my feet. At twenty years I became ski teacher and I realized that the slopes are too narrow; so I start pushing so far and I also become an Alpine Guide. During these years there is also a degree in architecture… Here I am … I still do not know what, but it seems to me that I have done it: maybe to be able to live my passions? “.
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Born in 1982 and very young becomes a guide in 2011. He has not grown up in a “mountaineering family” but he loves the mountain and thanks to his friend Diego, he understands that this is his his way. In 2012 he becomes an Alpine Rescue Technician and is also a volunteer rescue in the Ayas section. He has also recently achieved the qualification of Alpine Guides Instructor. He says: “I like the mountain, but what makes my work really special is the emotional aspect. I like to help people realize their dreams”.
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Emrik Favre, born in Aosta on October 4, 1988, ski instructor in 2010 starts working at the Quintino Sella at Felik Hut where his passion for the mountain becomes concrete. In autumn begins a nice set of extra-European expeditions that lead him to Himalaya at Cho Oyu 8201mt, in 2012 at Churen Himal 7385mt, and after Kangchenjunga, Kimshung, Saribung Peak, then goes to Aconcagua 6962mt and recently in China where climbs Mt Edgar 6618mt and six other inviolate peaks. Globe trotter for passion since 2016 is Trial Alpine Guide. It will be a pleasure for him to accompany you wherever you want ….
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Born in Aosta on February 22, 1985, he grows in Champoluc. Here he approach the mountain following the father, mountaineer and skier. Between 2003 and 2005 he worked at the Guide Ayas Hut. This experience brings him in touch with the world of Alpine Guides, he became also an Ayas resque volounteer and he works for the Monterosaski slope security. From here the step is short: he decides to take the Alpine Guide exam, which passes in the summer of 2011, and in July 2012 he became an Alpine Guide.
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Nato a Torino nel 1985, grazie ai miei genitori inizio a frequentare Champoluc fin da piccolissimo e qui inizio a muovere i primi passi in estate sui sentieri della Val D’Ayas e in inverno le prime discese con gli sci a Barmasc.
Così nel 2007 riesco a coronare un primo sogno, diventare Maestro di Sci, ed esattamente dieci anni dopo un secondo ancora più grande, ossia diventare Aspirante Guida Alpina.
Nel frattempo la passione per questi luoghi si è fatta così forte che mi sono trasferito ad Ayas, ho trascorso quattro estati a lavorare al Rifugio Guide di Ayas a Lambronecca e mi sono dedicato a tempo pieno alla montagna in tutte le sue sfaccettature.
Grazie a numerosi amici (nel frattempo anch’essi divenuti Guide) ho potuto costruire il mio curriculum alpinistico mentre cresceva in me la determinazione nel voler intraprendere questo mestiere.
Vi accompagnerò con grande piacere nei luoghi della mia formazione e anche oltre, per realizzare insieme i Vostri sogni.