Switzerland - Europe
Your advantages at a glance
- Varied touring area with many delicacies
- First-class hotel with excellent cuisine and in-house wellness facilities
- partly shortened ascents due to the use of the cable cars
- We know this area like the back of our hand, we are at home in Graubünden!
Certified Mountain Guide IFMGA and Snow Sports Instructor with Federal Certificate of higher vocational Education und Training
|CHF 1090.-||(per person / 5 Participants)|
|CHF 1020.-||(per person / 6 Participants)|
|CHF 930.-||(per person / 7 Participants)|
|CHF 860.-||(per person / 8 Participants)|
Included are the mountain guide fee, mountain guide expenses and VAT.
Not included are the hotel costs of CHF 755.00/person (including overnight stay in a double room and half board in the first-class Hotel la Cruna), all transport costs (travel to and from the tours, any lift tickets, etc.) and the surcharge for single rooms of CHF 19.00/person/night (limited availability).
Registration is possible until 16 weeks before the course starts. After that, the pre-reserved rooms must be released.
Mastery of the plough turn in any type of snow, fitness for ascents between 3 to 4 1/2 hours for tours with daypack.
Possible tour destinations: Pazolastock, 2739 m, Badus, 2928 m, Oberalpstock, 3328 m, Piz Pazzola, 2580 m, Piz Máler, 2790 m, Piz Cavradi, 2612 m, Chrüzlistock, 2716 m, and others.
Scheduled tour programme
Day 1: Meeting point at 6 p.m. at Hotel La Cruna in Sedrun. Dinner together and discussion of the first tour.
Day 2: Our first tour starts with the cable car ride to the Stavel Sut il Tgom, 1915 m. Varied ascent to Piz Máler, 2790 m, and racy descent over north-facing slopes to Rueras.
900 m altitude difference, ascent time approx. 3 hours.
Day 3: Again our day starts with a train ride, this time with the Matterhorn - Gotthardbahn MGB up to the Oberalp Pass, 2042 m. Enjoyable and panoramic ascent to the Pazolastock, 2740 m, and descent either via the east-facing slopes to Tschamut or via magnificent north-facing slopes to Andermatt.
700 m altitude difference, ascent time approx. 2 1/2 hours.
Day 4: From Mutschnengia, 1405 m, we climb through sparse forest and over a wide ridge to Piz Pazzola, 2580 m. Great descent through the Puzzetta hollow back to the starting point.
1180 m altitude difference, ascent time approx. 4 1/2 hours.
Day 5: The great classic of the Surselva, the Oberalpstock, 3327 m, is on our programme today! With the mountain railways from Disentis we reach an altitude of 2770 m at Piz Ault. A first ascent brings us to the foot of the gap in the rocky ridge, which we reach with the help of iron stirrups and fixed ropes. A short descent brings us to the Brunnifirn, from where we take the climb to the summit under our feet. After enjoying the extensive views, we return to Sedrun through the well-known Val Strem.
700 metres altitude difference, ascent time approx. 3 hours.
Day 6: Final tour to Piz Cavradi, 2614 m. A short descent from the Oberalp Pass brings us to Surpalits, 1831 m, from where we enjoy the gentle ascent to Camona da Maighels, 2314 m. The last metres to the summit are once again a long climb. The last metres to the summit are steep once again before we can enjoy the view over the Tujetsch. Descent over the racy northern slopes to Tschamut. We end our last day of touring on the terrace with a well-deserved final drink!
800 metres altitude difference, ascent time approx. 3 hours.
This tour programme is only a suggestion, many other great ski tour destinations are possible. We adapt the actual programme to the weather and snow conditions, the current avalanche situation and the ability and wishes of the participants.