I was born in 1986 in Rovigo, in the heart of the Po Valley. In spite of my origins I was lucky enough to have parents passionate about the mountains, with them I started my journey attending the Dolomites. There is no precise date when I started going to the mountains, I only know that, from my parents' stories, it was very early.
The best memories of my childhood are related to the Dolomites, when in summer they were ironed up to exhaustion and in winter they used to ski on the track.
In middle school I discovered ski mountaineering, obviously thanks to my father, and to high school climbing.
Since then I have not stopped going to the mountains, climbing and skiing wherever there is rock and snow.
The mountain has accompanied my whole life, living with me from the exuberant times of adolescence until today. He taught me not to cheat and, even through the many defeats, to be humble first of all with myself. At the same time it was an indispensable teacher of life that allowed me to explore myself, my limits and my deepest fears.
To date I have climbed more than 300 routes of rock along the entire Alpine range, skiing on all the most important Dolomite massifs and climbing at the crags up to grade 8a + worked and 7c on sight.
The dream of becoming an Alpine Guide has been with me since I was a kid, but after graduation I chose to graduate in Computer Engineering. After graduating with honors, I began my career as a computer science teacher and in parallel I attended the course for Aspiring Monteain Guides.
Today, after the age of impetuousness, I live the mountain in a serene and carefree way helping people to realize their dreams, trying to convey the precious lessons learned so far.