Ski Tour Tête Blanche Training Ski Touring Race Patrouille des Glaciers

Provided by: Zermatters

About this Guided private tour

Prepare for the Patrouille des Glaciers, the toughest ski touring race in the world. Join an intensive day tour on the Tête Blanche with an experienced mountain guide.

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About this Guided private tour

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About this Guided private tour

Prepare for the Patrouille des Glaciers, the toughest ski touring race in the world. Join an intensive day tour on the Tête Blanche with an experienced mountain guide.

clockBook forFeb 1, 2022
swisstainableSwisstainable - certified company
durationHigh demand
discountDiscount
smartphoneMobile ticket accepted
protectionFree cancellation
skip_the_lineSkip the line

Highlights

Prepare with an experienced mountain guide for the toughest ski touring race in the world - the Patrouille des Glaciers

Come to your limits during the 4-5 hour climb up Tête Blanche

Climb a peak of 3724 m.a.s.l.

Tour on a three thousand meter mountain on the border between Switzerland and Italy

Includes

approx. 6-7 hour ski tour (4-5 hours of which ascent) Experienced mountain guide

Experienced mountain guide

Ski pass (from 79 CHF per day)

Lunch

Rental equipment

Avalanche transceiver, shovel, probe, airbag: + 40 CHF per person

Offers

  • Private mountain guide: 1 to 6 people
  • In group: 4 to 6 people

Description

Train in this day tour for the "Patrouille des Glaciers" (PdG) with an experienced mountain guide. Enjoy the beautiful view of the Valais mountain peaks on the border with Italy.

You can expect a 6 to 7 hour guided ski tour on the Tête Blanche at the border to Italy in Zermatt!

Meeting point: Klein Matterhorn valley station.

In front of the valley station of the Klein Matterhorn you will meet your experienced mountain guide at 08:15. From there you will take the cable cars to Schwarzsee north of the Matterhorn.

You drive: to Staffel.

In Staffel you start the 4-5 hour ascent to the Tête Blanche. Afterwards the descent back to Zermatt follows.

Return journey: Back to Zermatt

At the end of the afternoon you finish the tour in Zermatt.

Practical information:

  • Languages offered: German, English, French
  • Off piste experience and good training is required
  • Avalanche equipment can be rented from the provider

Swiss Activities Tip

Do you need some relaxation after this challenging tour? In Zermatt you will find many excellent spa hotels. The Spa Hotel Bella Vista has a great view of the Matterhorn. Most of the time you have to book in advance to use the wellness facilities of a hotel.

Important Information

  • Take along: Ski equipment, avalanche transceiver, shovel, probe, airbag

Meeting Points

WPQJ+CR Zermatt, Switzerland

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