Winter Kids Camp

A program for adventurous kids, developed with the aim of making them grow, improving self-confidence, a sense of limit, respect for others and in particular the sense of responsibility.

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Winter Camp

A program for adventurous kids, developed with the aim of making them grow, improving self-confidence, a sense of limit, respect for others and in particular the sense of responsibility.

Discover more

The activities that we offer

  1. Snowshoeing
  2. Orienteering
  3. Trekking on snowy and icy terrain with the use of crampons and ice axes
  4. Construction of trunks and igloos for self-protection
  5. Safety in the mountains on snow-covered terrain
  6. Use of shovel, Artva, and probe for avalanche research.

Winter Camp

Competence, training, education, respect but above all lots of fun are the keywords of our Winter Camp.

  • When: Sunday 26 January, 2 and 9 February – 1 and 8 March.
  • Time: from 10.00 am until 4.00 pm

  • Age: children from 7 up to 13 years old
  • Minimum participants: 8 children

  • Daily price € 60,00
    Price for 5 Sundays € 250,00

    Registrations and payments by 20/01/20

    The fee includes:
    All the sports and training activities that will be carried out during the camp

    – travel to reach the places where the activities take place

    – equipment necessary to carry out all the activities – Souvenir and useful gadget for the Campus Rate does not include: Lunch: (sandwich, possibly hot drink, fruits or sweet) We believe that children are responsible for organizing their lunch when doing activities in the mountains or in places where it is not always possible to buy food.

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What to bring

  • A backpack
  • A water bottle

  • A pair of sturdy waterproof winter shoes (for example winter trekking boots)

  • A pair of warm and waterproof gloves

  • sunglasses

  • Bring always some suncream in your backpack

How to dress

  • A tights
  • A pair of heavy waterproof trousers (ski pants are fine)

  • A technical turtleneck shirt (avoid cotton)

  • A fleece or wool sweater

  • A windproof jacket (ski jacket is fine)

  • A wool cap
  • A pair of warm socks

Who organizes

Founder of Xadventure Team

Mountain guide – River canoeing teacher – Rafting guide – Instructor Canyoning

· Director of canyoning specialization courses for mountain professionals.

· President of the National Canyoning Commission.

· President of the Canyoning International Technical Commission.

· Member of the National Board of Alpine Guides.

1988 – River canoeing teacher.

1990 – Rafting guide

1998 – Preparatory course

1999 – National course of aspiring guide.
2002 – Canyoning specialization course.
2004 – International mountain guide.
dal 2013 – President of the National Canyoning commission
dal 2016 – International canyoning commission manager
20 years of Alpine rescue
10 years of helicopter rescue, which make me very sensitive to prevention and training in the most complex areas.
6 years at the army as a training officer in the mountains and beyond

I have been working on rivers and in the mountains since I was 16, first as an assistant instructor, then as a teacher and guide.
My cultural know-how leads me to be eclectic and able to range from one discipline to another without problems, I have always practiced different sports even at a high competitive level, I love teaching, transmitting and sharing passions and experiences.

Practiced sports: all those typical sports of the Alpine Guide disciplines like climbing, ice climbing, high altitude expeditions, off-piste skiing, ski mountaineering, canyoning, river canoeing, sailing, paragliding, telemark, triathlon and all that concerns the bicycle, in short … I like to explore and test myself!

My professional sports life is combined with a very intense professional insurance life that ranges from managing complex risks related to the Outdoor world, up to normal everyday coverage, of course, managing very carefully the professional commitments in the two areas, and relying on valid collaborators.

I work in both my professions with great passion, being able to cut out both spaces according to the moments, this system in my opinion keeps the enthusiasm high and the desire to do well and always improve.

You can reach me by phone but if I don’t answer at the first time it’s not because I don’t feel like it, it’s just that I’m always very busy.


A.Mountain guide – specialization in Canyoning – Alpine Rescue technician in Ala

I am from Avio, the last town in the south of Trentino, a border region with availability for beautiful adventures.

I live at the foot of Monte Baldo and since I was a little boy I have enjoyed going to the mountains, in my life the mountain has represented and represents the expression of what I am, of how I live of what I feel. I love the rocks in every season, I love water in all its forms: liquid, crystallized in flakes and even frozen when the cold forms ice falls. I feel good in the mountains and this is enough to be able to appreciate every aspect of it, climbing and skiing ever since..

I started attending the Alpine Rescue at the age of 17 as a young student, today I am a mountain rescue technician.

My professional training began in February 2014 with a presentation of alpine climbing, rock climbing, ski mountaineering ascents, climbing on icefalls, etc. at the college of the Trentino mountain guides.

After the very hard selections I had the luck and the pleasure of participating in the training course for aspiring guides, passing the various exams with positive results. During the course I also had the opportunity to achieve the specialization in canyoning, thanks to this I’m part of Xadventure now.

I like to transmit, I like to teach, I like to experience emotions together with the people who frequent Xadventure.

What did I do before becoming a Guide?
I used to climb rocks to make the climbing walls safe, I worked in the companies of displacement and so I lived hanging on a rope even before, with the difference that today I am climbing up, yesterday I was abseiling down!

I’m waiting for you to have fun together … and if it’s bad weather?
Well the worst case scenario we can have a drink together!!

Andrea Speziali
Xadventure Outdoor Lake Garda


Tutte le Guide Alpine che collaborano con noi sono Guide Alpine o aspiranti Guide UIAGM, che condividono lo spirito e la filosofia di Xadventure.