Mount Adamello and its surrounding area, in Italy, is a fantastic place for ski touring. Firstly, because here we have the largest glacier of the Italian Alps. And secondly, because fresh powder snow is often present in this area. This makes it a sort of mecca for Italian freeriders.
It is located at the border between the Italian regions of Lombardia and Trentino. In fact, it is well known for the First World War rests, scattered almost everywhere on the mountain.
Even if Adamello is not a 4000 m peak, I strongly recommend this program. You will not only enjoy a fantastic glacier traverse and the superb ski descent on the famous Pisgana glacier. It will also be a real journey through the history of the First World War in the Italian Alps!
Does this adventure sound tempting? Then please contact me and let’s start planning this trip together!
Another trip with me that you can’t miss is ski touring in Breithorn and the Porta Nera glacier!
From the “Passo del Tonale” we join the “Rifugio Caduti dell’Adamello” hut by taking a few lifts to the Passo Presena, where we descend on the Adamello Glacier and we traverse it to the hut. Here we will spend the night, enjoying breathtaking views over the glacier and typical Italian food.
From the hut we ski up the whole Adamello Glacier to the Adamello Summit. From the summit, we cross again the glacier to the Passo Venezia, where we drop into the famous Pisgana Glacier. One of the best freeride runs in northern Italy!
Price per person
|Group of 2||325EUR|
|Group of 3||217EUR|
|Group of 4||163EUR|
|Group of 5||130EUR|
|Group of 6||108EUR|
- Guiding fee
- Transport to the start of the trip
- Transport during the trip
- Personal Insurance
In a mountain hut: Rifugio Caduti dell’Adamello (http://www.rifugioaicadutidelladamello.it/)
Transfer from the airport is only included if you arrive to Milan or Bergamo airports.
Equipment needed: normal ski mountaineering equipment (ARTVA, probe, shovel...), harness, crampons, piolet.