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Monte Rosa – Matterhorn 6-day splitboarding traverse

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Monte Rosa
Monte Rosa

Join one of our IFMGA/UIAGM - UVGAM certified guides at Peakshunter for a unique 6-day Monte Rosa-Matterhorn splitboarding adventure in the Alps!

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6 Days

Mar, Apr, May




The Monte Rosa Massif and the Matterhorn are two of the Alps highlights! Both popular winter sport destinations, they are a haven for splitboarders, snowboarders and skiers alike! On this 6-day splitboarding traverse, I will guide you to both these amazing places in the Alps!

Located in the Piedmont and Aosta Valley region, Monte Rosa is a massif in the Italian Alps near the Swiss canton of Valais. Anyone who knows the Alps knows the famous Matterhorn, which is a great and classic winter sport challenge.

Our traverse resembles the infinity symbol when outlined on the map, which is why I have dubbed this the “infinity tour”. There is certainly something about mountaineering in the Alps that feels very special. On our traverse we will not only get the chance to splitboard, but also to discover some of the most awe inspiring spots on this unique route. We will explore glaciers, amazing runs, stunning sceneries and also enjoy the hospitality and comforting cuisine of the mountain huts we stay in on the way!

We will set off from Cervinia. After a quick trip briefing and equipment check, we will being. Every day we will explore a different area of the Alps and practice our splitboarding and mountaineering skills. Because this is a 6-day traverse in the Alps you will need some previous splitboarding experience as well as a good fitness level. Of course, I will be there to guide you every step of the way!

Are you ready to join me on a unique adventure in the Alps? Then book you place now on this exhilarating 6-day splitboarding traverse from Monte Rosa to Matterhorn!

Price includes

- Guiding fee


Day 1: Cervinia- Ferraro Hut

From Cervinia we will take the cable car to the Plateau Rosa and then skin all the way up to the Breithorn Pass. If the weather allows us we can climb to the top of the Breithorn. Our route then passes below the Breithorn and Pollux to the Verra Pass from which a long but enjoyable descent over the glacier will lead to the Ferraro Hut. We’ll be welcomed by Fausta and some fantastic food. We’ll have dinner and spend the night at this hut.

Day 2: Monte Rosa Ski Resort - Mantova Hut

A half hour on skins will take us to the Monte Rosa Ski Resort pistes, where we’ll take full advantage of the excellent snow for some off-piste runs. At the end of the day, we will be setting off the Passo dei Salati and heading up to the Mantova Hut, where we’ll have dinner and sleep.

Day 3: Guide del Cervino Hut

Early in the morning we’ll set off upwards following the Lys Glacier to the Lysjoch. From there, a long descent will take us over the Grenzgletscher to Furi. Finally, we will take the cable car to the Guide del Cervino Hut, on the Plateau Rosa, where we will enjoy a meal and stay overnight.

Day 4: Prayayer Hut

With the runs still uncrowded we will head down from the Plateau Rosa to Cervinia. From there, we’ll skin our way up to the Colle di Vofrède before traversing the Colle di Bella Tsa and making our way down to the Prarayer Hut. We’ll eat a local meal and spend the night in that hut

Day 5: Nacamuli Hut

We’ll head back up via the Oren Valley until we are close to the Nacamuli Hut. After that, we’ll continue to the Col Collon and the Col de l’Eveque. There, we must replace skins for crampons and climb the exposed ridge of Becca d’Oren. Right on the border between Italy and Switzerland, we will catch some breathtaking views. The descent to the Nacamuli Hut is short but a lot of fun. Meal and overnight stay at the hut.

Day 6: Matterhorn - Cervinia

The last day starts with a climb back up to the Col Collon, followed by the descent of the Haut Glacier d’Arolla. When we arrive below the Col du Mont Brulé, we’ll take off our splitboards for the 200-m climb to the col itself. The descent from the col takes us into the heart of the Glacier de Tsan from where a long but easy ascent leads to the Col de Valpelline and incredible views of the Dent d’Herens and the west side of the Matterhorn. At this point, we must face the 2300-m descent to Furi and then pass under the north face of the Matterhorn. We’ll then head up to the Klein Matterhorn by cable car, before finishing our adventure with a long descent to Cervinia.




Mountain huts. Please find the prices for half-board accommodation below: € 70 per person for the Mantova Hut; € 60 per person for the Guide del Cervino hut; € 48-60 per person for the Prarayer hut; € 40-70 per person for the Nacamuli Hut.

More info

  • Research and rescue insurance with IFMGA coverage (recommended): €12 per person for 7 days. Hiring of any personal equipment (harness, ice axe, crampons and helmet): €15 per person.

  • The mountain guide’s expenses (lifts, transfers, meals and accommodation) are not included in the price and have to be covered by participants.

  • Fees for lift facilities, transfers and mountain lodges are subject to changes established and applied by they respective owners, without any liability attributable to the mountain guide.

Meeting point

In Cervinia for equipment check and a short briefing.

About the guide

Giving and receiving smiles, seeing the satisfaction on the faces of our customers, seeking opportunities for growth, stimulating authenticity in personal and group relationships, in sharing mountaineering disciplines, fears, efforts, and moments of difficulty, which are part of the integrated with experiences, essential ingredients of every summit climb: these are our focus, our beliefs, and our most important results, as outdoor Professionals and as people who love the mountains and their work as Alpine Guides!

Founded in 2013 by Elis and Silvia, PEAKSHUNTER Mountain Guides is a team of IFMGA-certified Mountain Professionals and outdoor activities experts, based in the town of Aosta, not far from Courmayeur-Chamonix, on the Italian side of the Mont Blanc massif.

We live and work in the beautiful Aosta Valley region, very close to French and Swiss borders near to Geneva, Milan, and Turin international airports.

Mont Blanc, Matterhorn, Dufourspitze, Pyramide Vincent and Regina Margherita Hut, Gran Paradiso, Breithorn, Lyskamm, Castor and Pollux are only a few of several 4000 Alps summits you can climb with us: most of our team of Guides were born and grew up close to these mountains and they have explored the ascent routes several times during different seasons, with skis or crampons!

- We love our work: we plan all our trips with great commitment and deep respect for the Alpine environment, for its inhabitants, and its territories. Including local traditions in different valleys and Alpine areas.

- We love Mountain, Nature, and Outdoor activities, that we like to share with people from all around the world. We are enthusiastic to meet like-minded adventurers and share new experiences and memorable emotions with the support of our Mountain Guides.

- Safety and Risk Management are essential for us, as elements of fundamental importance during every single trip we plan and carry out with our customers: for this reason, we offer introductory courses to the different alpine disciplines (Mountaineering, Rock climbing, Ice climbing, Ski mountaineering, Freeride, Rescue Crevasse, and Avalanche) to convey awareness and responsibility to our customers.

- We offer solid Experience, with several years organizing outdoor disciplines around mountain and wild areas, in many different countries of Italy and Europe, for individuals or groups, including 7-day customer support for booking, logistics, and personal assistance for planning and reservations.

- As certified Mountain Guides, we offer training courses, to improve technical skills and to learn basic knowledge about mountaineering in the Alps, which is essential to explore and climb the Mountains safely in any situation or conditions.

- We are happy to provide customized programs for every customer's demand: our Experience is synonymous with Professionalism and Customer Care to guarantee unforgettable emotions and beautiful smiles!

Fulfill your dreams, discover breathtaking views or simply enjoy an extraordinary day: you just need to use your imagination and we will carry out your trip as you desire to live it!

Let’s plan your next mountain project together!


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What people are saying about -PeaksHunter Mountain Guides

Ian Bate


September, 2023

A very well organised trip by both parties, we will define use again for future trips 🙂



September, 2023

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Jeroen Broeze


September, 2023

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Evan Grimes


September, 2023

Had a blast with Elis from Peakshunter. We enjoyed the climbing quite a bit, and Elis was kind and helpful, and the views at Albard di Bard were amazing! We had never done multi pitch climbing before and he made it a really fun time for us.

Craig Wilkinson


September, 2023

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Lee Rae


August, 2023

Explore share were easy to work with and their outsourced guides “Peakshunter” were absolutely amazing. Our guides ELIS MARTIS and ALESSANDRO BELTRAMI were amazing they made the trip so much better. They were patient, professional and really knowledgable.

Angus Aagaard


August, 2023

We booked two trips for our 17 year old son. The first, a small group ascent of Breithorn with Angelo as guide, went to plan; the second - the Aiguilles Marbrées - didn’t because of adverse weather conditions. As we had come from London and had limited flexibility, Silvia was super helpful and arranged for him to have a day on a via ferrata climb with Paolo instead. Communication was excellent and the guides great; our son loved both days and we would thoroughly recommend. Thank you!


August, 2023

Although we didnt summit due to weather, the entire experience was wonderful! really well done by peakshunter and our guide matteo!

Arjun Srivatsa


August, 2023

Hi Explore-Share, I really loved the overall experience during the summit of the wonderful Gran Paradiso. I got to meet new people who were also like-minded, and understand each other and helping along the way. In particular, I must say the guidance offered by our team leader Simone and Fabio were really important, to understand the safety measures and technical challenges along the way. They also gave key insights into the terrain, weather and adapting to the changes accordingly. Of course, for me being in the mountaineering field as a hobby for 20 years now, it was still helpful and I learned new things. I would really want to come back again to this experience and re-live it with you all over again. Special thanks to Fabio who dropped me all the way from Valsavarenche to Ivrea with a special shot of coffee he made in his car. :) Best regards, Arjun Srivatsa

Ivan Zupanic


August, 2023

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Boris Kruljevic


August, 2023

What a great experience this was! Thank you guide Angelo for being so patient, I am really happy to have done this trip!

Anna Scolaro


August, 2023

I had the best experience and a really great time doing this trip! Thank you to the guides who helped me. It was the highlight of my Europe trip :)

Will Rhodes


August, 2023

The guides were great,with a wealth of experience. The comunication between the explore share was very poor . We were not told what b and b we were staying until the day before. We were lucky we had signal on are phones to get the address. If we didn't have signal it would of caused a major issue for us .

Eric Axtelius


August, 2023

Great climb of Gran Paradiso with Piercarlo. Truly unique character and great guide.

Richard Bates


August, 2023

Lived up to expectations. Great guides, Davide and Nicola who measured the pace and were attentive and fun! Organisation by Peaks Hunter worked to a tee. Highly recommended


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