Why the Dolomites?
Because Giulia is Italian, she knows this area by heart for a long time, having skied on steep slopes in winter and climbed most routes in summer. She will therefore make you discover in a privileged way the most beautiful Via Ferrata.
About Giulia Monego
Born in Venice in 1981, Giulia moved to Chamonix after spending several years in the Dolomites where she is passionate about climbing and begins training as a mountain guide.
In 1995, she began her career as a professional downhill skier and quickly devoted herself entirely to freeride. She won numerous competitions, such as the Helly Hansen Derby in Chamonix, Verbier’s O’Neil Xtreme, and became the 2007 freeride world champion by winning the Red Bull Tribal Quest.
As a steep skier, she participated in several expeditions in Bolivia (Pequeno Alpamayo 5370m, Huayna Potosi 6088m), Alaska (Denali 6126m) or Himalayas with The North Face.
Excellent alpinist and comfortable in the corridors, she is featuring in multiple episodes of ChamLines alongside her male alter ego: Aurélien Ducroz.