Women’s power: Alpine touring training in the Bernina region

      High altitude training for beginners
      Season
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      Group days
      Mon - Thu
      Duration
      4 days
      Difficulty
      Intermediate
      Group days and prices
      Datevon 23.08.2021
      bis 26.08.2021
      Standard Price1370 CHF
      Mountain Guide team mountain guide
      Deadline 16.08.2021

       At least 3 to a maximum of 6 participants. Private prices on request.
       

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      Included services
      • Mountain guide (max 3 guests per Guide at Palü)
      • 3 Overnight stays
      • with half board / tea of the day
      • cable car ticket Diavolezza
      • Jacuzzi
      Extra cost
      • Drinks during dinner
      • maybe Rental equipment
      Additional services (bookable)
      • 4 bed room (+18.- CHF p. P.)
      • 2 bed room (+23.- CHF p. P.)
      • Double room Classic (+40.- CHF p. P.)
      • Double room Plus (+60.- CHF p. P.)
      • for single use + 20.- CHF
      • Morteratsch double room (+30 CHF p.P.)
      • Morteratsch single room (+60 CHF p.P.)

      Women’s power: Alpine touring training in the Bernina region

      Day 1
      Rock training in the Morteratsch climbing garden 100 % Women

      We meet in Pontresina at the office of the "Bergsteigerschule Pontresina" Here you also have the possibility to stock up with the necessary rental material. The afternoon is dedicated to training in the Morteratsch or Lagalb climbing garden. Here we find ideal terrain to teach you the basics of climbing on alpine tour. Today, the focus is on climbing and safety technology, knots, abseiling.

      Day 2
      Ice training on the Morteratsch glacier 100 % Women

      We leave the matter of rock for today and head for the ice. We conduct the ice training in a practical way on the Morteratsch glacier. Our training content on the way will be: Walking on the rope, crampon, ice axe and safety equipment and a pulley block.

      Day 3
      Training tour to Munt Pers 100 % Women

      Today we climb from the Diavolezza valley station up to Munt Pers. The training focuses today are: walking on the short rope, belaystation construction, attaching belays on the rock. At the end of today, we relax in the Jacuzzi on the Diavolezza at almost 3000 metres above sea level. Unnecessary luggage can be checked in at the Diavolezza valley station.

      3206 m 5 Stunden 1300 hm / 4 h 300 hm / 1 h
      Day 4
      Piz Palü 100 % Women

      After these three intensive training days the highlight now follows. We set our sights on Piz Palü. Early in the morning we start in the headlamp light on the Diavolezza and reach the Pers glacier on the narrow hiking trail. Roped up and equipped with crampons we climb up towards Piz Palü. Over the narrow ridge we first reach the eastern summit, later the central summit.
      The descent is along the ascent route. Shortly after lunch we enjoy the well-deserved refreshment on the Diavolezza sun terrace.

      3900 m 8 Stunden 1100 hm / 5 h 1100 hm / 3 h Sure-footedness, no fear of heights
      Skills
      Endurance for 8 hours of high alpine hiking
      Sure-footedness, no fear of heights
      Equipment
      • Climbing Harness
      • Helmet
      • Crampons
      • Ice Axe

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      Gerne reservieren wir dir auf Wunsch das gewünschte Mietmaterial.

      Meeting point
      10:00am at Bergsteigerschule Pontresina office
      Getting there
      Parking:
      If you arrive by car, there is free parking at Diavolezza. Parking in Morteratsch is subject to a charge.
      Public transport:
      From Pontresina station it is 10-15 minutes to our office on Via Maistra 163.
      Accomodation / comfort
      Morteratsch: Hotel business
      Diavolezza: Hotel operation

      Good to know
      Don't forget your swimming costume :-)
      Guys, sorry, you can't come.

      Women’s power: Alpine touring training in the Bernina region

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      History

      The offer is part of Switzerland Tourism's "100 % Women" campaign.

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