Jun, Jul, Aug
We will meet at noon at the parking lot of the Diavolezza cable car, at the Bernina Pass. Short train ride and ascent to the Boval hut (2,495 m).
650 Hm2 h Chamanna da Boval
Today our acclimatization tour takes us to the Piz Morteratsch (3,751 m), from which we can clearly see our upcoming destinations. Descent to the Tschierva hut.
+1.250m, –1.180m /6 h / Tschierva Hut
We climb over the classic Eselsgrat ridge to the summit of Piz Roseg (3,937 m). Expect great varied climbing up to grade III difficulty level and mixed passages to the summit. Descent to the Tschierva hut.
+/-1.350m /9 h / Tschierva Hut
Early departure, over the Fuorcla Prievlusa (3,430 m) and a first ridge to the actual beginning of the Biancograt. Now over the Himmelsleiter (stairway to heaven) of the Eastern Alps and a last section of rock (III) to the highest peak of the Eastern Alps, the summit of Piz Bernina (4,049 m). Short rest and descent via the Spallgrat with two abseiling points to the Marco e Rosa hut at 3.597 m.
+1,500m, –500 m /12 h / Marco e Rosa hut
As the grand finale of this tour, we experience the Piz Palü crossing with a magnificent panorama view. We traverse the peaks of the Bellavista and climb over the west ridge and the west summit up to the main summit of Piz Palü (3.905 m). The descent takes us over the eastern summit and the Pers glacier to the Diavolezza mountain station. Train ride to the valley, farewell and return home.
+300m, –950m / 7 h
|29/06/2020 to 03/07/2020|
A minimum of 2 people is required for this trip.
|13/07/2020 to 17/07/2020|
|27/07/2020 to 31/07/2020|
|10/08/2020 to 14/08/2020|
|24/08/2020 to 28/08/2020|
|31/08/2020 to 04/09/2020|
Parking lot of the Diavolezza cable car at the Bernina Pass
We will stay at the Boval hut, Tschierva hut and Marco e Rosa huts, with half-board meals regime (not included in the cost of the trip). The cabins have washrooms. The newly renovated Tschiervahütte also has a shower facility. All three cottages are newly renovated and the location is extremely beautiful.
We stronglyy recommend you to hire a travel cancellation insurance and personal insurance to cover the costs of repatriation in the event of an accident or illness. We also recommend you to book a travel health insurance for our mountain trips.
The membership in an alpine club (eg German Alpine Club, Austrian Alpine Club) already offers a comprehensive insurance cover and is recommended by us.
I have been in the mountains since my childhood, mainly in Styria where I come from. I'm now based in Liezen. I have studied biology and I'm now a full time IFMGA mountain guide since 2015.
I enjoy very much guiding my friends and clients in the Austrian Alps and show them places they could not see without being guided. I love spending my days outside, whatever the weather and help people living unique experiences in the outdoor.
Feel free to contact me if you plan to come to Austria and if you want to experience wild nature far from the crowd, whatever the season.
I speak German, English and a little bit of Spanish.
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