• Trip duration
    2 days
  • Trip level
  • Max people per guide
    1 person
  • Mountain range
  • Best period
    Jun, Jul, Aug, Sep


Piz Bernina is the highest mountain in the Eastern Alps. It has an elevation of 4049 meters. This mountain is one of the few isolated Alpine 4000m and the most topographically isolated mountain of Switzerland.

I enjoy a lot bringing my friends and clients there because…
– it is located in the area where I come from so I know the place very well. I like to guide there and explain all I know about this beautiful region.
– of Bianco ridge, an extremely impressive, knife-edge snow crest on the way.

During the ascent we will have the chance to enjoy breathtaking views on the peaks located nearby, like Piz Cambrena (3604m), Piz Palü (3905m), Bellavista (3888m), Piz Zupò (3996m), Piz Argient (3945m), Piz Bernina itself, Piz Scerscen (3941m),
Piz Roseg (3937m), Dschimels (3508m) and Piz Glüschaint (3594m).

The ascent can be done in 2 or 3 days depending on the route we take. One starts from Rifugio Marco e Rosa (3597m) in Italy, the other one from Tschierva Hütte (2573m).

I will take one person with me maximum. If you are more than 1, one of my friends, IFMGA certified mountain guide, will join us.

Please get in touch with me if you are interested to ascent this unique mountain or any other of the region. I will guide you there with much pleasure and let you discover the region where I come from.

Extra details

Group size

I will take one person on the rope with me. I you are more than that I will ask one of my friends, IFMGA certified guide, to join us.


1550 CHF / person. This covers the guiding fee, not the half board accommodation.

More info about the refuges

– Marco e Rosa Hütte – http://goo.gl/CTFVeh

– Tschierva Hütte – http://goo.gl/9DkTzJ

Spots of interest

Starting point

Tschierva Hütte

Marco e Rosa

Price per person

1 Person1550CHF