François PEYRON

François first became fascinated by mountains on seeing La Meije as a child. He went on to follow his dream of climbing, skiing, living and working in the mountains by qualifying as an IFMGA mountain guide, and he has been guiding in the Alps for more than 15 years. François is passionate about sharing his knowledge and enthusiasm for mountain sports with other people.

Chamonix Mountain Guide

Glacier des Grands

Traverse from Argentières to Trient, via the Col du Passon, the Col Sup. du Tour and the altitude 3420 m on top of the final run. Enjoyable deep powder to ski on the north slopes, snow almost down to the village. Pics...

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Grands Montets powder

Liza and her team were at a good Chamonix place : the higher you were going, the more sunny and the deeper the snow were....

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Vallée Blanche

One of the last days with high pressure for Barbara and her family. A little north east wind still keeps the snow hard on the heights, although we feel the spring temperatures in Chamonix in the afternoon....

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Marbrees needles traverse

In spring do what you want : climb at high altitude, ski, or climb on rock... This summit is 3535m high, we climbed up a snow couloir, continued on a ridge, went down on an other snowy and rocky ridge....

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Courmayeur snowboard ski

Julia and Marco used some of the high lifts included in Chamonix pass (2755 m and 3400 m, glacier) for runs oriented North. Fresh and packed snow....

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Col de Bellatsa, 3054 m

Start from Prarayer hut, pretty comfortable. This is a quiet valley. North wind and still powder snow in the bottom....

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Deep powder

Morning at Envers for the team, pics, before a second run at Glacier des Rognons in Argentieres, 2nd run...

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