The Mountain Guides of the Dolomiti SkiRock

The Dolomiti SkiRock Mountain Guides are skilled professionals, qualified to teach the different techniques of mountaineering, ski mountaineering, off-piste skiing and rock climbing.

They are all registered in the Mountain Guides’ Professional Register, they all have years of experience behind them and outstanding mountaineering curricula.

Guiding the clients in every excursion, the Mountain Guides always have as primary concern their clients’ complete safety and are committed to passing on their own knowledge and awareness of the risks implied in any kind of mountain outdoor activity.


Moreover, they try to establish with their clients a good friendship based on mutual trust and respect, a strong bond that mountaineers consolidate being tied to the same rope, sharing intense and significant experiences in harsh and adventurous environments like the mountains.

Mario Dibona

I was born and currently live in the mountains, just like my father, my grandfather and every other member of the Dibona family before them.

I am constantly in close contact with nature, living in this amazing environment that might as well be challenging and adventurous. I strongly believe that it is essential to deeply know, understand and love our territory and to appreciate what it has to offer.

Working as a Mountain Guide is the most traditional, historical and significant profession to take up in the mountains, it requires great competence and experience.

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Paolo Sbisà

The mountains are to me not only a life choice, made of challenging climbs, exciting steep slopes, whole days spent outside struggling in the bitterly cold weather, but also a place where to find myself and be in harmony with nature, not as an external element but as an integral part of it.

I try to live my life to the fullest and to deeply appreciate everything that the natural environment has to offer, always with the greatest respect for nature.

I really love my job, as I find in it fulfilment and happiness and I constantly learn important life lessons. I am completely committed to my job and put all my effort in trying to convey my passion to those who decide to share their adventures with me.

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Michele Barbiero

The space around me has never been enough since my childhood, at home, when the farthest horizon was that of our back yard. I have always been looking for bigger spaces, where to move freely and broaden my view: the first natural destination were the Dolomites and, later, the whole Alpine range.

Then I moved on to the highest mountains all over the world and I am still in search of new places every day: on my own or with my friends and clients, working as a professional Mountain Guide always with great concern, respect and passion.

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Giacomo Schenardi

 The mountains... an incredible environment, a way of being, a lifestyle, a great passion that became a job thanks to professionalism and reliability.

I have always been attracted by the cliffs, feeling a constant need of touching them, to get in touch with the mountains by climbing them or floating on their powder snow covered slopes.

I knew I belonged to this environment since I were a child, and over years it rewarded me with many exciting and unforgettable moments. I learnt to know these places to the deepest, and to face them wisely.

Having my mountains constantly in my mind, in my heart and in my soul, I understood my life had to be there.

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Andrea Fusari

 All the most important decisions of my life have been in some way affected by mountains, understood as a dimension in which to live and be.

The decision to become a mountain guide was a natural consequence of an existing attraction since the first years of my life.

The most rewarding part of our job is to see the satisfaction and joy in the eyes of those who decide to "bind" our rope after a day on the mountain, on the skis or with the climbing shoes worn.

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The organization

Manuela Conte

I am a nature guide and Japanese interpreter from Cortina d’Ampezzo.

Growing up in these mountains gave me the opportunity to combine my passion for the Japanese language and culture with my love for Nature and mountain flowers, which have fascinated me since childhood.

I have been working for many years as a Japanese-speaking assistant for groups and individual clients with great enthusiasm and professionalism.

I propose high-altitude hikes in the Cortina area to discover the wonderful flowers of the Dolomites (a Unesco World Heritage site), a way to experience the extraordinary and captivating Nature in complete harmony.

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Contact us to book your excursion or course or to require any further information

tel. +39 324 747 3939 –

Dolomiti SkiRock

Corso Italia, 14 - Cortina d’Ampezzo
Tel. +39 324 747 3939
Cod. Fiscale e P.Iva 01066430255