Day 1:

Meeting the guide in Ischgl at 12h00 - Skiing at the Ischgl / Samnaun ski resort - Heidelbergerhütte (2264m)

Duration: 4h

Elevation gain/loss: - 1010m


Day 2:

Heidelbergerhütte (2264m) - Breite Krone (3079m) - Kronen joch (2980m) - Finanzerstein (2450m) - Jamtalhütte (2165m)

Duration: 4h

Elevation gain/loss: + 915m / - 1015m


Day 3:

Jamtalhütte (2165m) - Ob. Ochenscharte (2977m) - Dreiländerspitze (3197m) - Wiesbadenerhütte (2443m)

Duration: 5h30

Elevation gain/loss: + 1080m / - 800m


Day 4:

Wiesbadenerhütte (2165m) - Buinlücke (3054m) - Piz Buin (3312m) - Buinlücke - Cronsel (2660m) - Tuoihütte (2250m)

Duration: 6h

Elevation gain/loss: + 950m / - 1120m


Day 5:

Tuoihütte (2250m) - Mittagsplatte (2875m) - Silvrettapass (3003m) - Silvrettaegghorn (3147m) - Silvrettahütte (2341m)


Elevation gain/loss: + 1010m / - 920m


Day 6:

Silvrettahütte (2341m) - Rote Furka (2688m) - Klostertal - Silvrettastausee (1990m) - Engadinerhüttte (1897m) - Wirl (1624m)


Elevation gain/loss:+ 360m / - 1080m


* UIAGM/AEGM Mountain Guide Services.

* Personal advises prior the trip.

* Reservations management services.

* Half-board hut accommodation during the route.


Not included:

* Travelling to Isghl.

* Transfers and/or cable cars.

* Snacks and beverages during the stages.

* Members and guides extra expenses due to unexpected program variations.


General Information:

* Each group member taking part in the program is required to possess an at date license issued by the Mountaineering Federation valid in the Alps.

* Ski touring is an extraordinary pass time but it involves risks. Each member of this journey takes full responsibility of what could happen.

* The mountain guide reserves the right to modify the program depending on weather and snow conditions, group factor or any other cause that in his opinion may be decisive. 

  • Touring skis (adjusted bindings)
  • Touring ski boots
  • Telescopic touring ski poles
  • Skins
  • Wax for limiting the snow to build up under the skis
  • Ski crampons


  • Crampons
  • Ice axe
  • Helmet


  • Dyneema ring 120cm
  • Ice screw
  • Two screw-lock carabiners


  • Snow shovel
  • Probe 240cm
  • Transceiver (batteries in charge)


  • Backpack 40l max.
  • Light harness
  • Headlight
  • Silk sleeping bag (optional)


  • Sunglasses
  • Sun cream 50+
  • Lip balm 50+
  • Cap
  • Goggles
  • Thin ski gloves
  • Thick ski gloves
  • Spare gloves
  • Medium thickness socks + spare
  • Buff
  • Hat


  • Touring ski pants
  • Thermal underpants
  • Gore-Tex ski pants
  • Gore-tex ski jacket
  • Fleece
  • Primaloft
  • Thermal undershirt + spare


  • Snacks (sandwich, nuts, cereal bars, chocolates, ...)
  • Water bottle 1.5l


  • Mobile phone
  • ID
  • Cash (provide foreign currency)
  • Mountaineering federation license valid for the Alps.
  • Abroad Health insurance
  • Camera
  • Chargers

For the outdoor activity that you plan to be successful it is very important that it accommodates to your level, both physical and technical. Here we present some guidelines so that you can get an idea of what your level is according to the programs we propose. However, we recommend reaching to us so we can help you personally and adapt the program to your conditions.


Ski touring & Freeride


    TECHNICAL level

  • 1 = Beginner. Never ski toured before. Is a regular ski resort skier that occasionally goes off-piste. Black runs are not a problem for its level.
  • 2 = Starter. Has experienced ski touring, climbing with skins (skinning). Is familiar with all the ski touring gear. Capable of uphill kick turning on not very steep terrain. Knows how to place and use ski crampons. Ski climbs safely through all kinds of snows on a trace. Skies down efficiently on ungroomed terrain, even on steep but wide slopes.
  • 3 = Intermediate. Regular touring skier,  . Trained on the basic techniques of skinning and uphill kick turn. Can change directions on slopes of 35º. Able to place ski crampons and crampons in an autonomous way. Skies down effectively on all kinds of ungroomed terrain and steepness.
  • 4 = Advanced. Masters the technique of skinning on slopes up to 40º - 45º. Moves safely with skins on steep and icy slopes. Basic knowledge of mountaineering, use of crampons and ice axe as well as rope work. Skies down safely on every snow condition and steepness.
  • 5 = Very advanced. Extensive experience in touring and mountaineering ski. Moves effectively changing direction on all kind of terrain, even on exposed places. Very good skier on every snow condition and steep terrain, as well as in exposed passages. Goes frequently on one-day or multi-day ski tours, spending the nights in huts. Familiar using the ice axe and crampons on all types of mountain domain. Knowledge and training on rope work, protection and self-arrest.

    FITNESS level

  • 1 = Able to ascend 600 meters of elevation gain skinning for 3 hours carrying a light backpack of about 5 kg.
  • 2 = Able to ski tour for 4 or 5 hours overcoming 800 meters of elevation gain with a backpack of about 5 kg at a 300 meters an hour pace.
  • 3 = Able to accomplish 5 to 7 hours routes and 1000 meters elevation gain with a backpack of about 7 kg at a 300 meters an hour pace.
  • 4 = Able to succeed on alpine routes of up to 8 hours and 1200 meters of elevation gain with a backpack of about 8 kg at a 400 meters an hour pace.
  • 5 = Able to carry out alpine routes of more than 8 hours long and between 1500 and 2000 meters elevation gain with a 10 kg backpack at a 400 meters an hour pace.

Next Dates :

March-April 2022


The Silvretta-Samnaun Gruppe, mountain range located in the Central Eastern Alps, extends between the regions of the Vorarlberg, Tyrol (Austria) and the Engadine (Switzerland).

The highest peak, Piz Linard (3,410m) stands out over the 69 other three thousand summits found. However, the latter is not the most recognised in the region but the popular Piz Buin (3,312m). Quite easily accessible it is one of the main goals of our program.

This mountain range offers multiple options for any mountaineering skier despite his level. There is a wide range of mountain huts built at the end of the 19th century by the DAV (German Alpine Club) and the CAS (Swiss Alpine Club) that allow a good rest at the end of the stages in an excellent mountaineering atmosphere.




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