The AEGM (Spanish Association of Mountain Guides) was created in 1993, when the various professional associations were grouped into a single association with the objective of solving the aspects related to training and professional training, as well as the recognition and regulation Of the exercise of the profession representing this group before official bodies and institutions of the State and the different Autonomous Communities.
The AEGM is an association recognized by the UIAGM and UIMLA (international institutions of implantation around the world and of high prestige) since 1994, occupying a place in the executive committees of these associations.
The AEGM has legalized STATUTES and is registered in the Registry of Professional Associations of the Ministry of Labor with the number 5294.
The AEGM publishes annually an internal bulletin with information and news related to the professional world of mountain guides and ravines.
The AEGM has management team, technical commissions of the different specialties, a technical secretariat and an administrative secretariat, its head office is in Jaca (Huesca).
D. Erik Jorge Perez Lorente
Juan Carlos Vizcaíno Aranda
Fernando Hernandez Lopez
David Lombas Fouletier
Raúl Lora Del Cerro
Anna Mª González Cartagena
Joan Carles Martínez Montero
- Technical Committee On High Mountain Guides
- Technical Committee On Mountain Guides Companions
- Technical Commission Canyons
- Technical Committee On Climbing
Technical Committee On High Mountain Guides
This Commission has the task of coordinating professional information on safety and new techniques of the Guides of High Mountain and T.D. In Alta Montaña and represent them internationally within the UIAGM. She is also in charge of supervising international accreditations.
Technical Committee On Mountain Guides Companions
This Commission has the task of coordinating the professional information on safety and new techniques of the Mountain Accompanying Guides and represent them internationally in the UIMLA. She is also in charge of supervising international accreditations.
Technical Commission Canyons
This Commission has the task of coordinating professional information on safety and new techniques of the Canyon Guides, and represent them at an international level.
Technical Committee On Climbing
This Commission has the task of coordinating professional information on safety and new techniques of Rock Climbing Guides, and represent them at an international level.
It is the organ of the AEGM that maintains the contact with the associates, channeling the information of the Board of Directors, the Technical Commissions and others related to our profession. It holds the documentation of the AEGM and is responsible for the administrative functions in it.
It collaborates with the different committees in its functions, publishes the professional bulletin that, on an annual basis, publishes the AEGM with information and professional news and exercises the supervision work of the training centers that have an agreement signed with the AEGM.
Active Tourism Legislation
- Asturias Decree 111/2014 Of November 26.
- Castilla la Mancha Decree 77/2005 Of June 28
- Galicia Decree 42/2001 Of February 1st
- Navarra Decreto Foral 288/ 2004 Of August 23
- Castilla León Decree 96/2007 Of 27 of September. Order CYT 1865/2007 Of November 15.