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Zermatt Guided Ski Touring

Zermatt Guided Ski Touring
Zermatt Guided Ski Touring
Zermatt Guided Ski Touring

Come to Zermatt and enjoy one of a variety of different ski tours in the glorious Alps Mountain Range with IFMGA Certified Mountain Guide Herbert.


1 Day

All year




Join me for a Ski Tour on one of the many peaks near Zermatt in the Swiss Alps.

What makes this trip so amazing is the array of options it gives you. Every option has its own Unique Characteristics and will give you Unique Memories as a result. Whatever you hope to gain on a ski tour in the Alps, I can offer options that will definitely leave you satisfied. Whether you are looking for something challenging that requires experience or something easy that doesn’t require any. Or you want to take a Ski Tour on a Glacier or be able to see the famed Matterhorn. Whatever you are looking for, there is a tour for you.

The list of ski tours offered includes:

  1. An introduction Ski Tour to Schwarztor (3,730m), a classic glacier tour.
  2. Traversata (3,492m), a combination between Ski Touring and Fixed Rope Trail.
  3. Pfulwe (3,155m), a perfect Tour for Beginners.
  4. Furggjoch (3,271m), the ideal tour for people who love Spring Snow Slopes.
  5. Trjiftisattel (3,250m) a tour where you traverse no less than 4 Glaciers.


And if none of those tours fits exactly what you want, or you want to go for a tour in a different area, you can contact me and we will figure something out. Because in Zermatt, with the help of the gorgeous Swiss Alps, there is something for everybody.

So come and join me on one of the many, varied, unique ski tours offered throughout the Zermatt area. You will get to enjoy, see and experience all of the wonders of the Swiss Alps while skiing the powder of some of its best peaks.

I’ll be awaiting your message.

And if you want to join me for Ice Climbing in the Zermatt area, you can also join me here.

Price includes

- Guiding fee


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Compulsory Equipment includes, Rucksack, 30 litre with ski fixing system, Strap to tie the skies together, skis with touring bindings*, Skins*, Ski crampons*, Ski poles and spare basket*, Lightweight Shovel*, Probes*, transceiver with new batteries 457mHz*, Touring trousers, Waterproof, breathable jacket with hood, fleece jacket or jumper, Gloves, shirt, Ski socks, Warm hut, Sun glasses with side protection, Sun Screen factor >25, Lip balm factor >15, Flask or water bottle about 1 litre, no camel bag. Additional equipment for tours with glacier includes Harness* and Sling (120cm). Additional equipment for Traversata includes, Harness set for fixed rope routes and crampons with front points*. All items with a * can be rented. Remember to pack just what you need, as you will need to carry everything with you.

Meeting point

I can meet you at the bottom of one of the cable cars. Zermatt SW Ridge


What are some recommended accommodations near our adventure location?

We understand that finding the perfect place to stay is an essential part of your adventure experience. To help you with this, we’ve curated a list of three highly recommended hotels that offer comfort, convenience, and a touch of local charm. These accommodations are well-suited for adventurers looking to relax and rejuvenate after an exciting day of exploration
Hotel Aigle Chamonix Mont Blanc France
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Hotel Le Morgane Chamonix Mont Blanc France
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Hotel Vallee Blanche Chamonix Mont Blanc France
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About the guide

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Mountain Guide

I am a nature lover who made his hobbies and passion into his profession. I possess only international recognized qualifications. As I am active in the mountains the whole year round my goal is to complement the programmes of the local organizations. My desire is to share with you my joy on the mountains, my knowledge, my experience and to make your stay in Zermatt to an unforgettable experience.

In the following pages you will find a few suggestions and ideas for your holiday in Zermatt. If my ideas or suggestions do not meet your demands, please do not hesitate to let me know what you would like to do and I will create your own personal programme. I am not only active in Zermatt but also everywhere where outdoor activities can be done. It would be a pleasure to accompany you safely and competently in the mountains.


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What people are saying about -Herbert



Herbie guided us as a group of 5 up the Breithorn. He was very experienced and knowledgeable. He got us to the summit and back safely and efficiently and set a perfect pace. He also had good humour. We all enjoyed the experience and thought he did a great job. Would definitely use Herbie again



Herbie was rude and did not honor nor address our request to ski some moguls or any semi off piste runs even between the groomed runs. He skied so fast that he lost us at the beginning and then yelled at us for not keeping up. His communication skills were poor. We realized that snow conditions and temperature was such that there may not have been any moguls but I feel a paying customer should never be yelled at. I would not recommend this booking or Herbie to anyone. 15 minutes into the experience, we thought about dismissing him because he was so unpleasant. He did do a good job booking a restaurant for lunch at the border. There was zero ski instruction. A little advance warning prior to the booking would haven been better. Respectfully, Tommy Yen



Great guy with alot of experiance . Learnt alot from him. Would definaltey recommend . And i will 100% be using him again. Thank you herbert and hope to see you again soon . Take care . Wayne



We were group of 3 with Herbert to the Monte Rosa drop off location. Our group has done lots of heli-skiing, cat skiing, and hiked routes. What we look for in guides is 1) safety 2) matching route to technical ability 3) advice in complex sections 4) having a personality and making the day fun. On safety: Herbert did a good safety briefing and told us where to position ourselves relative to his tracks, that was the extent of his safety. One of our group members fell part-way into a crevasse and was dangling on the ice wall, and he leisurely pulled out his rope to throw it down even after being told there was a very far drop. He routinely skiied out-of-sight of the entire group even in more dangerous sections. If someone had fallen through again, there was no rescuing them as he was the only one with the safety gear. On matching the route the technical ability of the group he did fine, the only part that was an issue was the very long flat ski out (he warned us about this, so we knew it ahead of time, I wouldn't do this route again because of this). On advice/tips for complex routes, he had nothing to offer, and was annoyed when you asked him questions, the only thing he said was "lean forward on your skiis", and didn't try to help anyone who had challenges. On the last part, personality, this was the worst. He was extremely annoyed that he had to help the person out of the crevasse, and even more annoyed that a snowboarder in our group was slower in the flat section. He complained to other ski guides that passed by that he was late for his lunch. When we stopped to break and took pictures he asked us to stop wasting time with taking our phones out. When we asked him if we should bring water (for a 5 hour ski) he said it's no necessary, which was crazy. Overall, it really put a damper on the entire experience, we spent a lot of money and came from Canada to experience this, and he nearly ruined it. He's a really good technical skiier, but has no patience nor does he put an ounce of effort in to making it fun or making people feel safe.



Great trip. Herby i very very detailed and showed me a lot on my first outdoor climbing adventure

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