We will meet at noon at the valley station of Corvatschbahn in Silvaplana. Ride by train to the summit at 3,297 m and departure to the cozy Coaz hut (2,610 m).
-700 meters/ 2.5 hours / Coaz hut
From the Coaz hut we have a wide selection of ski touring opportunities. The plan is to climb the Piz Glüschaint (3,297 m). Until spring, we find the best powder snow here on the north side. In good conditions we drive off to the glacier lake.
+/-1,000m / 5 h / Coaz Hut
Today we start the ascent to the Piz Sella (3,511 m) and the crossing of the Scersen Glacier to the south. It follows a nice descent back to the Marinelli hut.
+900, -700 / 6 h / Marinelli Bombardieri Hut
Today we will climb to the summit of the Piz Palü. First, we climb up to the Marinelli Pass. Then, you will continue with crampons and secured by your guide over the ridge to Piz Palü summit (3,883 m). Over the eastern summit we reach our starting point for the spectacular descent to the beautiful Boval hut.
+1,100m, -1400m / 8 h / Boval Hut
Via the Bovalscharte we ascend to the Piz Morteratsch (3.751 m). From here we start the beautiful and quiet descent on the Tschierva Glacier to the Tschierva hut, the starting point for the famous Biancograt. From here we drive out after a little refreshment through the Val Roseg. By taxi or train we reach our starting point. Farewell and homeward journey.
+1,250m, –1,700m / 7 h
|30/03/2020 to 03/04/2020|
A minimum of 3 people is required for departure.
|04/04/2020 to 10/04/2020|
|13/04/2020 to 17/04/2020|
Talstation der Corvatschbahn, Silvaplana (Graubünden)
We will stay at the cozy Coaz hut, Marinelli hut and Boval hut (half-board meals on every cottage)
We stronglyy recommend you to hire a travel cancellation insurance and personal insurance to cover the costs of repatriation in the event of an accident or illness. We also recommend you to book a travel health insurance for our mountain trips.
The membership in an alpine club (eg German Alpine Club, Austrian Alpine Club) already offers a comprehensive insurance cover and is recommended by us.
I have been in the mountains since my childhood, mainly in Styria where I come from. I'm now based in Liezen. I have studied biology and I'm now a full time IFMGA mountain guide since 2015.
I enjoy very much guiding my friends and clients in the Austrian Alps and show them places they could not see without being guided. I love spending my days outside, whatever the weather and help people living unique experiences in the outdoor.
Feel free to contact me if you plan to come to Austria and if you want to experience wild nature far from the crowd, whatever the season.
I speak German, English and a little bit of Spanish.
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