Pinut via ferrata in Flims, Switzerland

Reach the heights of Flims in Switzerland with a thrilling and easy via ferrata climb with SBV-guide Paul.

 
 

Details

 

Trip Duration

1 day

Mountain Range

Alps

People per Guide

4 people

Trip Level

Easy

Offer Period

Jun, Jul, Aug

Type of Trip

Private

Highlights

 
  • Enjoy the view of the stunning Swiss mountains.

  • Climb the oldest via ferrata in the entire country.

  • Feel safe with a fully-qualified guide.

 

Set among the stunning Swiss mountains that guard the settlement of Flims, there are thrilling climbs that can be enjoyed by many.

Via ferratas offer a unique way to experience nature, as you personally get to grips with its rugged walls. And the Pinut via ferrata offers thrills and accessibility.

So if you’re an adventurer and searching for an alpine climb, the Pinut via ferrata is an excellent choice. Even kids aged from 12 can get involved.

The Pinut via ferrata is actually the oldest surviving via ferrata in the whole of Switzerland. Records date back all the way to 1739.

It’s current form dates back to 1907 with a renovation completed in 2007.

Taking on this climb guarantees remarkable views of the beautiful landscapes that surround the via ferrata.

Adventurers will climb through caves and over ladders and stairs to the vertical rock faces.

This 1-day climb is suitable for ages 12 and over.

Get in touch now to reserve your place on an enjoyable climb on the Pinut via ferrata in Flims, Switzerland.

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Price per person

 
Group of 1
840 CHF

Group of 2
420 CHF

Group of 3
280 CHF

Group of 4
210 CHF

 

Price includes

 
  • Guiding fee
 

Other details

 
Skill level required

Beginner

Fitness level required

Fit

Meeting point

The car park at Flims base station offers plenty of spaces. The Flims Laax Falera shuttle towards Bargis will then take you to the Pinut stop.

More info

Recommended equipment: helmet, a backpack, long trousers, weatherproof jacket, strong mountaineering boots, hat and gloves, snacks, drinks, sunglasses and a first aid kit.

 

About the Guide

 
 

I have been a guide for the past 19 years. The fascinating and unique impressions of the mountain world are what motivate me the most. I love introducing my guests to the different aspects of climbing and skiing and other activities up in the mountain.

I spend my winters between Disents/ Mustér, Andermatt and also all over the Alps, where freeriding and skitouring is the star activity. When spring begins, I like traveling to the north for Fjord and Fjell, Ski and Sail touring and also to the Caucasian mountains. Later, in the summer, I love going on multi pitch rock climbing, mainly in the Swiss Alps, Dolomites and Chamonix. A great part of my experience has also been on several 4,000m+ peaks in the Alps and some mountains all around the world.

My specialties as a guide include skiing, mountaneering in rock and ice, and challenging climbs in limestone and granite. I always work to adapt the different options to the goals and desires of my guests.

Another part of my job has to do with Swiss Mountain Guide education. For the past 8 years I have been teaching different courses to aspirant guides.

Safety is a core value for me. This is the key to returning back home with the certainty of having experienced one-of-a-kind and enriching holidays. I look forward to guiding you soon, whether it is climbing, skiing or mountaineering.

 
 
 

 

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