Davide Enrione
Davide Enrione - K3 guide alpine
Born in Turin in 1981, Davide has always had a passion for mountain since he was a child. He has climbed several classic and modern itineraries of varying difficulties in the Alps and in the world.In 2005 he graduated in civil engineering, in 2011 he completed his full international mountaineering guide certification with the IFMGA (International Federation of Mountain Guides).
He loves Canavese and Valle d'Aosta region, and climbs the mountains throughout the year in all the ways, depending on the season, guiding extensive Alpine, Ice, Rock and Skiing tours, from simple to challenging routes.
The combined expertise enables him it to deal with safety issues as a trainer and a designer of fall arrest systems.

The canavese, the alps and turin


Mountain tours, trekking and ski-riding to discover the most beautiful peaks of the Valle d'Aosta and the paths of the Canavese and Amphitheatre Morainic of Ivrea. Accompanied by certified mountain guides.

Mont Blanc, Monte Rosa and the Gran Paradiso
Mont Blanc: Punta Helbronner/Aiguille du Midi crossing: this is an excursion of modest technical difficulty but with great panoramas, crossing the glacier of the Mer de Glace at a height always above 3500 m. along snow bridges and crevasses, ideal as an introduction to the world of glaciers and to see Mont Blanc, the highest peak in Europe.
Monte Rosa: Punta Giordani. at last there’s a 4000m peak in the second highest massif in the Alps that can be reached in one day, with the first cable car to the Indren glacier. The itinerary leads over slopes of average gradient, with a final rocky stretch up to the statue of the Madonna at the top, and a guaranteed panoramic view to the east of the Monte Rosa. Gran Paradiso: go up to 4000 metres on the third massif of the western Alps, entirely on foot, in the wild, unpolluted landscape of the Gran Paradiso National Park. This very satisfying location combines climbing experience with the conviviality of life in a mountain refuge in the evening before going up to the top.

Let’s go and discover Italy’s first capital city and one of the most beautiful cities in Europe. Turin offers incomparable sights around the streets and along the arcaded avenues of the centre, offering a perfect balance between the measured ostentation of Piedmontese Baroque and rational Roman town-planning. It draws visitors in, welcoming them to the solemn, noble surroundings of Piazza Castello, the historical hub of the city, while its traditional cafés and restaurants exude taste and conviviality. Just a few kilometres from Turin, the countryside is studded with impressive "royal residences", declared UNESCO "World Heritage Sites" in 1997. These are the Reggia di Venaria, which has been subjected to some very impressive restoration work at a European level, Rivoli castle, the Stupinigi hunting lodge and Moncalieri castle.

Two days of trekking in Canavese, discovering Mombarone (2.200 mt),
the Morenic Amphitheatre and 5 glacial lakes.
Together with a UIAGM alpine guide.

Discovering the Alps with a UIAGM guide in Gressoney la Trinitè, Mantova refuge, on Lys Glacier. Visit to Turin Olympic city.

Free ride skiing days with a UIAGM alpine guide.
Overnight at Walser refuge.

The proposals for the week-end

The proposals for the week

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