7-day ski traverse from Alpe Devero to Andermatt in the Alps

Follow Paolo, IFMGA certified guide, on this 7-day ski traverse from Alpe Devero to Andermatt and discover the spectacular Italian and Swiss Alps!

 
 

Details

 

Trip Duration

7 days

Mountain Range

Alps

People per Guide

5 people

Trip Level

Intermediate

Offer Period

Mar

Type of Trip

Group

Highlights

 
  • Travel all the way from Italy to Switzerland with the help of an expert guide.

  • Challenge yourself on this 7-day expedition.

  • Discover two of the most important mountain villages in the Alps.

 

Join me all the way from the Italian village of Alpe Devero to the mountain village of Andermatt in Switzerland. Thanks to this region’s perfect weather, spectacular slopes and easy to cross mountain passes, this 7-day ski traverse will be the ultimate challenge for off piste skiers!

Our meeting point will be at the Domodossola Station in the Piedmont region, in northwestern Italy. From there, we’ll transfer by car to Alpe Devero which will be the starting point of our traverse.  Devero is located in the far north of Piedmont and in winter, this region turns into a spectacular white paradise. Thanks to its location and its magical scenery, this village’s surroundings will be the ideal playground for lovers of skiing and ski mountaineering.

We’ll discover these mountain’s treasures like the Formazza Valley, the Bedretto Valley  and its many surrounding summits as we move from hut to hut in search of the best powder snow! Some of the peaks we might ascend are Punta d’Arbola (3,235 m) and Punta Elgio (2,837 m). However, please keep in mind that  our itinerary and destinations may vary according to the weather and snow conditions. For a more detailed description of the trip, take a look at the itinerary below!

In order to join me on this 7-day ski traverse, all participants must be experienced and strong skiers and must have a great physical condition.

So, if you are ready to experience this spectacular ski adventure, send your request and prepare to discover the Italian and Swiss Alps like you never imagined before!

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Price per person

 
Group of 1
1800 EUR

Group of 2
1800 EUR

Group of 3
1800 EUR

Group of 4
1800 EUR

Group of 5
1800 EUR

Group of 6
1800 EUR

Group of 7
1800 EUR

Group of 8
1800 EUR

 

Price includes

 
  • Guiding fee
  • Mountain guide's expenses (lifts, meals, accommodation, etc)
 Price does not include: *Accommodation *Transportation
 

Itinerary

 
  • Day 1Meeting point in Domodossola Station

    Meeting point in Domodossola station and transfer to Devero (50 minutes by car).

    Maybe it’s possible to do a short ski tour.

    In the evening, we will check the last security details and each participant’s equipment.

    Stay the night in a small mountain hut.

  • Day 2First day of skiing

    Depending on weather conditions, we’ll climb one of the most beautiful summits around Alpe Devero and then return back to the same accommodation as the night before. 

     

  • Day 3Formazza Valley

    We’ll travel from Devero to the Formazza valley and spend the night in the Margaroli Hut.

     

  • Day 4Punta d'Arbola (3,235 m)

    We’ll climb the beautiful Punta d’Arbola and descend through the Riale.

    Night in a Hotel.

  • Day 5Punta Elgio

    We’ll climb Punta Elgio and descend through the Bedretto Valley. Then, we’ll climb all the way up to the Piansecco Hut (one hour) where we’ll spend the night. 

     

  • Day 6Pizzo Rotondo (2,237 m)

    We’ll climb Pizzo Rotondo and descend through the north side to reach the  Rotondo hut.

  • Day 7Rotalli Pass

    A short climb to the Rotalli Pass and then we’ll descend to Realp end Andermatt.

    Return to Domodossola station by train.

 
 

Other details

 
Skill level required

Intermediate

Fitness level required

Fit

Meeting point

Domodossola Station

Accommodation

Mountain Hut

Hotel

 

About the Guide

 
 

The desire to turn my passion for the mountains into my profession led me train as a professional mountain guide. I became a certified IFMGA guide in 2005 and have spent more than 200 days per year on the mountains ever since.

Although I usually work in the Mont Blanc area, Monterosa, the Lepontine Alps and the Dolomites, I'm always eager to explore more remote places and have truly unique experiences. I have extensive experience in the Lofoten Islands, in Norway, as well.

To me, reaching the summit is important but not as much as enjoying the journey and sharing some unforgettable moments. The ascent usually provides the chance to enjoy the views, while a night in a bivouac is always a good opportunity to look at the stars and share a good talk.

I speak English, French and Italian, of course.

 
 

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