Join IFMGA certified guide Jon on a fantastic 7 day splitboarding adventure in the Alps of Switzerland that includes ascents of Piz Bernina and Piz Palu.
Throughout this trip you will get to see and appreciate the beauty of the Alps. You will be constantly up in the peaks, both day and night, as we will be spending several nights in high altitude mountain huts.
Along with the beautiful peaks during this splitboarding tour, you will also get to see some glorious glaciers as well, including the Morteratsch glacier. This trip also includes scenic cable car rides, nights in a hotel in Pontresina, traverses on various passes including the Di Sasso Rosso pass and the Marinelli pass. There are also towns like St. Moritz and Sils, along with lakes like Silsersee that you will get to see. However, the real treat of this trip is the peaks. And you will get to ascend and descend several of them.
The climbs, just like the splitboarding descends of the peaks on this trip, are absolutely thrilling. However, they are not easy. There will be some highly technical climbing aspects on this trip. Hence why it is important that participants on this trip have prior mountaineering, as well as splitboarding experience. You should also be in good physical condition as well.
This week long splitboarding tour through the eastern Alps is an adventure you will never forget. So send me a request and get ready to ascend and descend magnificent mountains like Piz Bernina.
I also offer another week long splitboarding adventure at the Monte Rosa peak in the Italian Alps as well.
We will be staying in a hotel in Pontresina, along with various mountain huts during the splitboard tour, including the Coax mountain hut, the Marinelli mountain hut, the Marco and Rosa mountain hut and the Boval mountain hut.
Participants should bring the following items with them: complete ski equipment, 40L backpack, thermal underwear, warm jacket, Goretex jacket and pants, hood, gloves and goggles, snacks, sunscreen and lip balm, basic toilet kit, personal first aid kit, thermos, and cash as many mountain huts don't accept credit cards.
St. Moritz or Pontresina.
From St. Moritz we will go to Pontresina (1,805m), where we will spend the night in a hotel.
Today we will go to the Diavolezza parking lot and take the cable car up, and ascend Piz Palu. From the summit, we will descend to the Boval mountain hut, where we will spend the night.
Today we will climb up through the Morteratsch glacier to the Marco and Rosa hut (3,600m), where we will spend the night. And if you have the energy, we will ascend Piz Bernina, or save it for the following day.
If we ascend Piz Bernina the day before, today we will go under the north face of the Bellavista peak until we reach the Fuorcla Bellavista. After that, we will go to the Di Sasso Rosso pass until we reach the Marinelli mountain hut, where we will spend the night.
Today we will climb up the Marinelli pass and ascend the Piz Sella. From the summit, we will descend to the Coax mountain hut, where we will spend the night.
Today we will climb up to Chaputschin then splitboard down to the north of the Silsersee lake. After that we will take a cable car then splitboard down to the town of Sils, where we will catch a bus to Pontresina, where you will spend the night in a hotel.
Today you will catch a bus or drive to your departure point.
UIAGM/IFMGA Mountain Guide from Spain
I’m a mountain guide and alpine ski instructor and trainer.
Since many years ago I enjoy transmitting the enthusiasm that I feel for the mountains, in any of the possible mountain disciplines: alpinism, ski, climbing…
I’ve always had a special interest for sports and teaching sports at all levels, from beginners to complex guiding in all kind of mountain terrain.
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Group of 1
|EUR 1856 each|
Group of 2
|EUR 928 each|
Group of 3
|EUR 671 each|
Group of 4
|EUR 516 each|
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- Guiding fee
Along with the guiding fee, the price also includes group equipment, including transceiver, probe and shovel, ice axe and crampons, harness, 2 safety carabiners and 2 meter tape. However, the price does not include accommodation costs, meal costs, lift costs and transportation costs.