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The “Biancograt”, Piz Bernina (4049m) Summit and Piz Palu traverse, 3 days

UIAGM certified guide Philipp would like to guide you on a 3 day traverse that includes the Biancograt, Piz Bernina and the Piz Palu traverse in the Swiss Alps.

Mountain RangeAlps
Duration3 days
Offer periodJun, Jul, Aug, Sep, Oct
Skill LevelAdvanced
Fitness LevelFit
Type of tripPrivate


  • Climb to the summit of the amazing Piz Bernina.

  • Enjoy the Piz Palu traverse.

  • Spend 2 nights in different, comfortable mountain huts in the Alps.


With 82 different 4000 meter plus peaks to choose from in the Alps of Europe, there is definitely no shortage of adventure. And on this 3 day expedition, I would like to guide you to the summit of the highest peak in the eastern Alps: the Piz Bernina (4.049m). You will also get to enjoy the Piz Palu (3,900m) traverse on this trip.

Unlike many other guides, my trips are on a 1:1 basis. That means you will get my absolute full attention at all times, which is important in the ever changing weather and snow conditions on Piz Bernina. Thus ensuring that you have an experience that is as safe and secure as it is fun and exciting.

There are other summits you will get to enjoy on this trip. They include Piz Bianco (3,993m) and the Piz Spinas (3,822m). Our trip will also involve 2 nights in comfortable mountain huts: the Tschiervahütte (2583m) and the Rifugio Marco e Rosa (3597m).

In order to participate on this trip, you should be an advanced level climber with previous climbing experience at a level of at least UIAA 3. You should also comfortable and experienced using crampons. Moreover, you should be in good physical condition.

The Piz Bernina is an amazing peak. And on this 3 day trip, I would like to take you to its summit, as well as the surrounding summits of the massif. To join me on this trip, just send me a request. I look forward to guiding you.

Would you like to climb to the summit of the great Matterhorn and the Dent d’Herens? Then come and join me on this 5 day expedition.



The Tschiervahütte and the Rifugio Marco e Rosa.