So please contact me to make this Piz Bernina ski touring program happen. And please specify the number of people in your group and any other request that you may have, so I can make the proper arrangements in advance.
Jun, Jul, Aug, Sep
Drive to St. Moritz (1822 m) and then to Pontresina (1805 m). We’ll spend the night here.
Drive to Diavolezza parking lot. We’ll take the first cable car up, to be able to climb Piz Palü (3901 m). From the top we’ll ski down to Boval mountain hut. 7 hours aprox.
Climb up through Morteratsch glacier to Marco e Rosa mountain hut (3600 m). And if you have enough energy we’ll continue to ascend Piz Bernina (4048 m), or we will leave it for tomorrow. 6 to 8 hours aprox.
We’ll go under the north face of the Bellavista peak, until we reach fuorcla Bellavista. from here we’ll go to the di Sasso Rosso pass and continue to Marinelli mountain hut. 4 to 5 hours aprox.
Climb up to Marinelli pass. Continue to Fuorcla de Sella and then to Piz Sella (3506 m). Then we’ll ski down to Coax mountain hut.
6 to 7 hours aprox.
Last climb up to Chaputschin Ski down to the north of Silsersee lake. We’ll take Furtschellas cable car, and ski down the to Sils town. From here we’ll take a bus to Pontresina.
6 hours aprox.
Drive back to where we came from.
We'll stay in a Hotel the first night in Pontresina, and then in mountain huts along the ski route.
A minimum of 4 people is required for this expedition.
Group equipment included:
- transceiver, probe and shovel
- Ice axe and crampons
- Harness, 2 safety carabiners and 2 meters tape.
Personal equipment recommended:
- Complete ski equipment.
– 40L backpack, with ski stripes.
– Thermal underwear.
– warm jacket.
– GoreTex jacket and pants.
– Hood, gloves (2 pairs) and googles.
– Snacks (on the mountain huts we'll only have breakfast and dinner).
– Warm sack if desired (on the mountain huts there will be blankets).
– Sunscreen and lip balm.
– Basic toilet kit.
– Personal first aid kit.
– Cash (many mountain hut don't take credit cards).
– Mountain federate card.
UIAGM/IFMGA Mountain Guide from Spain
I’m a mountain guide and alpine ski instructor and trainer.
Since many years ago I enjoy transmitting the enthusiasm that I feel for the mountains, in any of the possible mountain disciplines: alpinism, ski, climbing…
I’ve always had a special interest for sports and teaching sports at all levels, from beginners to complex guiding in all kind of mountain terrain.
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