Given the forecast of snow, wind and cold in the northern Alps, we moved to the Maritime Alps. It was a good decision to go south, because the weather rewarded us and the temperatures, despite the wind, were not too cold. On the first day, we climbed up to the Remondino refuge and climbed at the nearby crag to do a bit of refresh with manoeuvres on multi-pitch routes. The following morning, we left early to climb the long and beautiful Sigismondi ridge at Monte Argentera 3297 m, the highest peak in the Maritime Alps. Returning to the refuge along the normal route, we had a quick lunch and then moved on to the Bozano refuge. Despite the very long and tiring day, the following morning all the guide-client teams climbed the classic De Cessole on Corno Stella, a beautiful climbing route and great classic of the face. After spending the night again at the Bozano hut, we returned to the cars and it was time to head back east. Many thanks to all the participants and colleagues with whom I shared these beautiful days, and in particular to Alberto De Giuli, who managed to organise and modify the programme several times due to not very friendly weather.