Mountain destination par excellence from all parts of the world, the Alps have the prestige, history, beauty well deserved. If your challenge is in this magnificent mountain range, TUC will provide the most experienced professionals on it to make you achieve your task at hand in a unique experience. See More
The Chamonix-Zermatt, the most famous of all the Alpine Routes, links two of the historic mountaineering main villages, both at the base of two of the most emblematic mountains in the world: Mont Blanc and Matterhorn.
Climbing the highest mountain in the Alps and being able to ski it all the way down has without any doubt something very special.
The Ötztal Alps ski route traverses this magnificent mountain range located in the Tyrol region between Austria and Italy.
The Engadine Valley is known as the En/Inn river garden. This spectacular place on the East of the Swiss Alps is a wonder of nature not very frequented on touring skis, which makes it even more unique.
A paradise for mountaineering skiers and nature lovers! This place in the East of the Savoie region bordering Italy, located in the French Alps will fulfil all your expectations.
If you are in incredible physical shape and want to face the challenge of climbing the roof of the Alps in just 3 days, we make it possible.
The Silvretta, mountain range called Blue Silvretta due to the breathtaking nature of its glaciers and its summits, most of them above 3000 meters, is the perfect route for all intermediate level mountaineering skiers.
It is the great European mountain range. It overreaches 1200 km from the Mediterranean to almost the Carpathians, crossing 8 countries. It emerged after the crash between the European and African plates in the so-called Alpine Orogeny, like the Pyrenees and Himalayas.
Mont Blanc (4808m) is its highest peak and almost a hundred others exceed 4000m in altitude. The Alpine glaciers are the traces of the great Quaternary glaciation and today they’re experiencing a concerning retreat. Despite this, some, far exceed dozen kilometres.
In the Alps, the concept of mountaineering was born during the romantic era in which scientists, naturalists and artists sought their source of inspiration in these mountains. Science and art gave way to challenges of sporting and technical nature. With the conquest of Mont Blanc in 1786 by the crystal seeker Jacques Balmat and Chamonix doctor Michel Gabriel Paccard, the beginning of mountaineering was installed. Almost a century later, in 1865, the first ascent to the 4478m Matterhorn was achieved by a team led by Englishman Edward Whymper, ending the so-called Golden Age of Mountaineering. Alpine activity continued in its search for new challenges, which nowadays it still without limit. The Alps are from year to year, the scene of new climbs and epic ascensions, never before made.
Currently, 14 million people live in the Alps and 120 million tourists visit each year, which gives an idea of the importance of tourism in all regions of the Alpine range.
The alpine mountain range represents for TUC Mountain Guides, not only the scenario of climbs and crossings in leisure time, but also a big part of our day to day work. For decades we have frequented countless mountains in the Alps guiding our clients in any alpine challenge, ski route or trekking. We take example of the best local guides and print our own character, which has become the hallmark of TUC Mountain Guides.