Ski a number of the 4000m peaks in the Valais; the Monte Rosa, Breithorn, Allalinhorn, Stralhorn and the Alphubel. You will enjoy some amazing off-piste ski descents of up to 1800 vertical meters.
At 4634m Monte Rosa is the highest mountain in Switzerland and second highest mountain in western Europe. This magnificent mountain is located in the Pennine Alps on the border between Italy and Switzerland, where we will climb some of the amazing 4000m peaks of the Monte Rosa massif.
Discover the wild and remote backcountry of the Pennine Alps with a fully qualified and experienced Chamex mountain guide. Climb majestic peaks and ski untouched snow, experience the unique atmosphere of the alpine mountain huts.
On this trip we will climb a number of the 4000m peaks in the Valais; the Monte Rosa, Breithorn, Allalinhorn, Stralhorn and the Alphubel. You will enjoy some amazing off-piste ski descents of up to 1800 vertical meters.
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You ski often and at a high level. You ski both sidecountry and backcountry, as well as ski-alpinism. You are steady and comfortable on any terrain. You ski couloirs (gullies) of up to 40° and would like to improve your steep skiing and mountain skiing skills. You are familiar with avalanche companion rescue techniques and glacier safety methods. You have previous experience with crampons on ice and mixed ground, and can belay and rappel. You have participated in assorted multi-day, hut-to-hut ski tours in the Alps.