Here you can find the guide you need for your outdoor activity. All our guides are qualified to develop the activities they offer. You will just have to select the activity you want to do, and you will find the profiles of those guides who adjust to your needs.
When you book an activity with a company or a professional guide you must check that these requirements are met.
In case the guide does not belong to the AEGM, you should ask to see his/her certificate of Sports Technician.
Checking these requirements will be a guarantee for you as a client.
The guide must have the corresponding degree, certified by a professional carnet. You can also check it here
Make sure that the activity you have booked is in the skills and areas of competence that your guide has. You can also check it here
Sign a contract in which the features of the activity you have booked are mentioned
Civil liability insurance
The company or self-employed guide must have liability insurance
As a client, you must have the coverage of an accident insurance policy
The company or self-employed guide must be registered in the Active Tourism Register of the corresponding province
How to identify a professional guide
The AEGM guides have a credential which certifies the professional area in which they are qualified.
CURRENT AEGM CREDENTIAL
Valid through the year (2021)
NEW UIAGM (IFMGA) CREDENTIAL
This credential certifies those Mountain Guides/ Senior Sports Technicians in High Mountain Terrain, who belong to the UIAGM (IFMGA).
This credential certifies AEGM members and indicates the professional area in which they are qualified.
This credential certifies those Mountain Leaders/ Sports Technicians in Mid – Mountain Terrain, who belong to the UIMLA.