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Jabi Álvarez
High Mountain and Canyoning Guide

High Route Silvretta

This high route is placed in the Silvretta Austrian massif, placed between the Austrian and Swiss border. It doesn’t outstand for its height and among the peaks that we can climb to, we can highlight the Piz Buin, which is the highest peak with 3.312m.

The great beauty of its landscapes, with spectacular valleys and glaciers are the great attractive of this journey that, with modest daily slopes, optional peaks and well-equipped shelters, will make us have some great mountain days that we won’t forget, and it will be appropriate for middle level mountain skiers.

Most of its shelters have prepared accesses, that we will use in case we need an escape route, and some of this shelters even have libraries and climbing walls.

This journey is perfect to get started in the Alps glacial journeys and it’s a classic among European mountain skiers, where we will be able to do a daily climb to a normally accessible 3,000 metres peak.


  • Stage 1: Ischgl 1.400m – Heidelberger Hutte 2.264m
    Ascension: Piz da Val Gronda 2.812m
    Positive slope: 412m
    Negative slope: 1.012m
    Time: 2:30h
  • Stage 2: Heidelberger Hutte 2.264m – Jamtal Hutte 2.165m
    Ascension: Breite Krone 3.079m
    Positive slope: 915m
    Negative slope: 1.014m
    Time: 4-5h
  • Stage 3: Jamtal Hutte 2.165m – Wiesbadener Hutte 2.443m                                                                     Ascension: Dreilander Spitze 3.197m
    Positive slope: 1.080m
    Negative slope: 802m
    Time: 6h
  • Stage 4: Wiesbadener Hutte 2.443m – Silvrettahaus 2.341m                                                                         Ascensin: Piz Buin 3.312m
    Slope: 925 positive metres and 1.027 negative metres
    Time: 7h
  • Stage 5: Silvrettahaus 2.341m – Saarbrücker Hutte 2.538m
    Ascension: Silvrettahorn 3.244m
    Positive slope: 1.470m
    Negative slope: 1.275m
    Time: 8h
  • Stage 6: Saarbrucker Hutte 2.538m – Wirl 1.624m
    Ascension: Klein Seehorn 3.032m
    Positive slope: 600m
    Negative slope: 1.512m
    Time: 7h

*If we don’t climb to te summits, the stages number 3, 4 and 5 won’t be difficult.


  • Ratio: 6 participants per guide
  • Dates: March-May
  • Duration: 6 days
  • Difficulty: BE, S2-3 (with optional climbs MBEA, S3)


  • Price: From 450€/pax
  • Things included:

    IFMGA High mountain guide service, shelter booking, guide’s technical and security material.

  • Not included:

    Transport Wirl-Ischgl, cable cars, shelter and accomodation expenses, both from the client and the guide and the expenses of the trip to Ischgl (about 500 € per person)

 Necessary material

Mountain skiing materials (skis, boots, furs, blades, poles), personal security material (2 technical ice-axes, crampons, harness, Arva transceiver, shovel, probe, climbing lanyard, 1 security snap hook and helmet), adequate clothes for high mountain and cold (gore-tex or similar jacket and trousers, 2 pairs of thermal socks, helmet or balaclava, thermal underwear and change, two pairs of gloves, sun and blizzard glasses, 40-50 litres backpack, water bottle, attack food (sweet and salty), isotonic drink, suncream, head torch and extra batteries, toilet bag and a light sleeping bag.

*If you don’t have some of this technical materials, ask us about availability.

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