Ski crossing Val Müstair - Sesvenna
on Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday
The 4-day ski tour from Ofenpass via S-charl to Piz Sesvenna and back to Müstair is a real highlight in the magnificent mountain scenery of the UNESCO Biosphere Reserve. Our mountain guide will guide you safely through the lonely snowy landscapes and to four great ski touring peaks.
8:00 am Hotel Süsom Givé, Ofenpass. We recommend arriving by public transport. The start and end points are accessible by public transport. If you arrive by car, there is a parking space on the Ofenpass (free of charge).
Program (subject to change due to weather and snow conditions)
09.03.2023 Ofenpass – Piz Daint
10.03.2023 Ofenpass – Piz Vallatscha – S-charl
11.03.2023 S-charl – Piz Sesvenna – Müstair
12.03.2023 Müstair – Piz Chavalatsch – Müstair
1 night at Hotel Süsom Givè, Ofenpass
1 night at Crusch Alba, S-charl (shared pool)
1 night at Hotel Helvetia, Müstair
- Accompaniment by state-certified mountain and ski guides
- 3 nights in a double room with half board
- March tea
- Drinks at dinner
- Snacks (please bring your own or get packed lunches in the hotels)
- On request: Single room supplement CHF 30.-/night
- On request: Additional overnight stay at the Hotel Süsom Givè on arrival the evening before
- Individual tips
- Transport costs for program changes
Touring skis with skins and harsh irons, avalanche transceiver, shovel, probe, helmet, climbing harness, crampons, change of clothes and hygiene articles for the overnight stays (must be carried in the backpack). In the sports shop Aventüras in Müstair you will find a large selection of high-quality ski touring rental equipment if required.
Basic condition for ski tours up to 1,500 metres in altitude ascent. Good ski touring experience and deep snow technique (in all types of snow) required. The tour is possible with splitboard. We advise snowboarders with snowshoes against this.
Until 1.03.23 at the guest information Val Müstair, Tel. 081 861 88 40
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