6-day ski tour in the Silvretta Alps

Join a certified mountain guide on this 6-day ski tour in the Silvretta Alps located at the border of Austria and Switzerland!




Trip Duration

6 days

Mountain Range


People per Guide

4 people

Trip Level


Offer Period

Mar, Apr, May

Type of Trip

Not specified



    This 6-day ski tour in the Silvretta Alps is perfect for the intermediate ski tourer!

    The Silvretta Alps are a mountain range of the Central Eastern Alps, located at the border between Austria and Switzerland. The majority of the peaks one can find here are 3,000 meters above the sea and they are surrounded by glaciers.

    In this winter paradise we will be climbing the different peaks we find along the way. The Piz Champatsch located at 2777 meters above the sea or the Piz Filana at 3281 meters, just to name a few.

    I will be happy to safely guide you around this area and allow you to discover these fantastic spots. This 6-day trip is the perfect introduction to ski touring in the Alps and depending on your skills and confidence, we will be able to climb as many peaks as you want.

    Every evening, we will rest at the different small huts we will find along the way and it will be here that we will get to enjoy Austrian hospitality.

    After a long day of ski, nothing better than some delicious fried potatoes with onions and sausage (“Greachtel”) together with a drink of a Williamin Shnaps. And don’t forget the famous Apfelstrudel with Vanilla sauce!

    You will find a more detailed itinerary below!

    Although this ski tour is not as demanding as other ski programs in the Alps, it is mandatory for all participants to be skilled skiers (PSIA level 8) and have an excellent fitness level.

    I also offer several other ski touring programs. If you wish to do another ski tour in Switzerland, you can also join me on this 8-day Central Switzerland ski tour or if you are looking for a more demanding expedition, check out my 7-day Berner Oberland ski tour (advanced).

    So if you are ready for this 6-day Silvretta ski tour, request to book this trip!

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    Price per person

    Group of 1
    4590 CHF

    Group of 2
    2650 CHF

    Group of 3
    2170 CHF

    Group of 4
    1790 CHF


    Price includes

    • Guiding fee
    • Accommodation
    • Meals: Breakfast, Dinner


    • Day 1Piz Champatsch (2777m) - Piz Davo Lais (3027m) - Heidelberger hut (2264m)

      Schuls up by ski lift Piz Champatsch 2777m. skin up to the Piz Davo Lais 3027m. Overnight at the Heidelberger hut 2264m.

    • Day 2Heidelberger hut - Kronenjoch (2976m.)

      Heidelberger hut to the Kronenjoch (2976m.). If you wish we can climb 3 peaks over 3000 meters on the way, such as Breite Krone (3079m) Bischofspitz (3029m.) and Grenzkopf (3048m.).

      Ski down the Hut .

      Overnight at the Jamatal hut (2165m.).

    • Day 3Jamatal hut - Ochsenscharte (2960m) - Dreiländerspitz (3197m.) - Vermunt glacier

      Jamatal hut to the Ochsenscharte (2960m.) via Jamtalerferner Glacier with the great ice falls to your left and if you fell like it we can climb the Dreiländerspitz (3197m.) ski down the Vermunt glacier.

      Overnight at the Wiesbadener hut (2443m.)

    • Day 4Wiesbadener hut - Fuorcla dal Cunfin (3042m.) - Silvretta glacier - Silvretta hut (2341m.)

      Wiesbadener hut to the Fuorcla dal Cunfin (3042m.) via Silvrettapass (3003m.) or Piz Buin Grond (312m.)

      Ski down the Silvretta glacier.

      Overnight at the Silvretta hut (2341m.).

    • Day 5Silvretta hut - Verstancla glacier - Verstanclator (2938m.) - Piz Filana (3281m.).

      Silvretta hut up the Verstancla glacier to the Verstanclator (2938m.) to Piz Filana (3281m.).

      If you have very good climbing skills we can ski down the great slopes of the Plan Rui to the hut.

      Overnight at the Chamanna Tuoi hut (2250m.).

    • Day 6Last day!!!

      Chamanna Tuoi hut to Jamjoch (3078 m.) and ski down past the P. Forcletta over south-east facing meadows out to the town of Guarda (1653m.), a very beautiful Engandin village with traditional houses and charm.


    Other details

    Skill level required


    Fitness level required




    More info

    I highly recommend doing a level I avalanche class with AIARE (American institute for Avalanche Research and Education) to have some basic Avalanche knowledge, transceiver skills as well as touring experiences.


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