Ready to tackle the waterfalls?
Are you keen to try out another aspect of mountaineering? Give ice climbing a try!
Armed with ice axes and spiked shoes, tackle winter’s frozen waterfalls and torrents. Ice climbing is a way of exploring some exceptional sites and enjoying the ephemeral beauty of the frozen waterways, suspended in time. The sport is obviously highly dependent on weather conditions and is usually enjoyed from late December to late February.
A rich and thrilling experience!
This mountain activity requires excellent knowledge of the environment and should be supervised by a mountain guide.
Ice climbing at the Berard spot
Located above the hamlet of Buet, the Bérard ice climbing site is entirely artificial. It is maintained every evening by a team of volunteers.
This mountain activity requires a very good knowledge of the environment or supervision by a mountain guide.
Outings are offered by mountain professionals to discover this activity.
Download here all the practical information about this activity