IFMGA Italian Mountain Guide
Enrico is for sure one of the best steep skiers of this time. In 2017 he became the youngest IFMGA guide in Friuli Venezia Giulia area, where for the past few years he has also been working as an avalanche forecaster. He skied lots of steep classic lines around Julian Alps and the Dolomites. He has been on several ski trip/expedition, skied from 6000 meters peaks in the Cordillera Blanca (2015), attempted Laila peak in Karakorum (2016), skied in the Svaneti range on Caucasus (2017), same season in New Zeland winning the first edition of the Skiolet d’or for the first descent of Caroline face on Aoraki/mount Cook, last spring again in Peru in Cordillera Vilcanota. He is a trusted guide with lots of experience and knowledge on snow safety with a great eye for finding amazing lines. Enrico also has a huge amount of ability and experience alpine, mixed and icefall climbing making first ascents close to home in the Julian Alps both ice and mixed climbing, and in the summer of 2018 he took part to an expedition in Zanskar (India) where he completed a first ascent of a 6000m virgin summit which won him the Paolo Consiglio award. Enrico's also a passionate climber who has also put up many new sport routes in east of Italy, Slovenia, Croatia and Bosnia.
Testimonials For ISM
The course was excellent, lots of variety and provided me with a good range of skills. Loved reaching the summit of the Weissmeis, for such a nervous and unconfident novice like me, I gained a real sense of achievement from the ascent and the whole week. Huge thanks to Pat.
Hi Eira! It is Maite from Spain again! Just a message to tell you that I spent a wonderful week and that both guides (Paolo and Christian) were superb.
Please pass on my very, very sincere thanks to Thomas, Daniel & Christian. They are truly quality people! Patient, understanding, professional, and wonderful ambassadors for your company. I have experienced many guides over my 50 years in climbing and they rank right up there with the very best.
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