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At an altitude of 4,634 m.a.s.l, the Dufourspitze is the highest peak in Switzerland and in the Monte Rosa massif, and the second-highest mountain in the Alps after Mont Blanc. With Italy on one side and Switzerland on the other, this stunning mountain is a great way to experience the best of both worlds. Furthermore, in the winter months, it is a top spot for winter sports, including backcountry skiing. The region is well equipped for mountain adventures year-round. Join a multi-day backcountry skiing adventure in the Dufourspitze and revel at the beauty of this awe-inspiring massif as you enjoy its pristine powder snow and breathtaking slopes!




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Summer temperatures range between 10°C and 16°C, and can drop lower at night and at high altitudes, and winter temperatures range from -7°C to -10.2°C.


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How to get there

The normal starting point to the Dufourspitze is the village of Zermatt. You can get to Zermatt from the Geneva airport, which is 235km away, a 2.5 hours drive. You will need to drive to the village of Tosco and take the shuttle train from Täsch to Zermatt.

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Best time to visit

The winter months from late November to mid April are best for backcountry skiing and winter sports.






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