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Spaghetti tour: 4-day ski traverse in Monte Rosa

A ski traverse in Monte Rosa massif to ascend several 4000s in 4 days. Join Jan, IFMGA certified mountain guide, in the Spaghetti tour.

Mountain RangeAlps
Duration4 days
Offer periodApr
Skill LevelIntermediate
Fitness LevelFit
Type of tripPrivate


  • Explore several peaks in Switzerland and Italy.

  • Enjoy a complete mountaineering experience in Monte Rosa.

  • Spend the nights in comfortable mountain huts.


Join me in this magnificent Spaghetti tour: a 4-day ski mountaineering tour around the Monte Rosa massif. During this intense trip we will ascend several peaks in the area, between Italy and Switzerland.

We will meet in Zermatt, from where we go up to Klein Matterhorn by cable car. On the first day, we ascend the famous Breithorn. The second day we conquer two peaks: Castor and Felikhorn. On the third day, we also attempt two 4000ers, Ludwigshohe and the Pyramide Vincent. And before returning to Zermatt on the last day, we will summit Signalkuppe and Zumsteispitze.

So there’s no doubt that at the end of this tour you will have climbed enough peaks in the area! In my opinion, it’s a great way to explore the Monte Rosa massif. Besides, we spend the nights in Italian mountain huts, enjoying their hospitality and delicious food. In fact, that’s where the name of this tour comes from!

Tempted to spend 4 amazing days ascending so many peaks on your skis? Then please send me a request as I would love to guide you up there! Another fantastic option that you can check out is the ski traverse from Chamonix to Zermatt.


In mountain huts.

Meeting point

At Zermatt.




Day 1: Breithorn

We take the cablecar from Zermatt to Klein Matterhorn. Ascent of the first 4000we: Breithorn (4164m). Then down to the Guide Val d’Ayas refuge (3420m).

Day 2: Castor - Felikhorn

Today we ascend Castor (4220m) and Felikhorn (4088m). We spend the night at the Quintino Sella refuge (3858m).

Day 3: Ludwigshohe - Pyramide Vincent

Today we go to the Passo del Naso (4150m) and summit the Ludwigshohe (4342m) and the Pyramide Vincent (4215m). Overnight at the Gnifetti refuge.

Day 4: Signalkuppe - Zumsteispitze

On the last day we climb through Lysjoch to Margheritt, the highest hill at Signalkuppe (4554m), and then to the Zumsteispitze peak (4563m). From there, a long descent through Grenzgletscher  to finally reach Zermatt, where the adventure comes to an end.

About the guide

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I've been skiing and climbing since my early childhood. I graduated in 2005 from the Univerzity of Hradec Kralove with a Master degree at the Faculty of Education. Since then I worked as a history and PE teacher. I was also running an Outdoor sport's club at that time, spending plenty of time climbing, skiing etc. with my students.

In 2009, I became a full time skiing and climbing instructor.

2009 – APUL C ski instructor
2010 – APUL B ski instructor
2011 – APUL telemark and snowboard
2012 – ISIA Mark (International ski instructors association)
– MSMT climbing instructor and Mountain leader
2013 – entered the UIAGM mountain guide education
2014 – passed the UIAGM Aspirant exam.
2015 - Succeeded the UIAGM / IFMGA final exam

Spending your holiday with you would be my pleasure. Whether in winter on a ski tour (in Czech Republic or Austria) or in summer among the spectacular sandstone towers.

It will be, with no doubt, a very pleasant experience for all of us. I'm an easygoing, friendly and reliable person with a good sense for responsibility.

Don't hesitate to get in touch with me !

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Prices per person

Group of 1

EUR 1547 each

Group of 2

EUR 774 each

Group of 3

EUR 516 each

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Price includes

• Guiding fee

• Mountain guide's expenses (lifts, meals, accommodation, etc)

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