Ski Tours

The ideal starting point for hikes for beginners or experts

Unique ski tours at 3000 meters

Glacier 3000 is the ideal starting point for numerous ski tours of varying degrees of difficulty, for example to the Arpelistock (3,035 meters) or the Oldenhorn (3,123 meters). For beginners and professionals alike, a ski tour in the glacier area is a unique experience in the midst of nature with an incomparably beautiful panorama. Special touring skis are part of the perfect equipment for ski mountaineering. In addition to weatherproof clothing, it is important to have an avalanche safety kit. For this reason we recommend that you are accompanied by a mountain guide who knows the area.

Security

The fascinating beauty of the high mountains also entails risks, such as crevasses, avalanches, snowstorms, sudden fog or strong sun. Outside of the marked routes, each person is responsible for himself. Here, proper equipment and knowledge of the risks are imperative. Glacier 3000 accepts no responsibility for descents outside of the marked routes and trails that have been prepared and opened by its piste service.

Please note that for your freeride adventure, it is necessary to:

  • Know the avalanche dangers
  • Carry and check your equipment: avalanche transceiver, shovel, probe, airbag and cell phone
  • Acquire basic knowledge of alpine hazards and what to do in case of emergency

 

Today 30.05.24 (Scex Rouge, 2971m)
0.4°C / -2.5°C
Wind: 16.7 km/h
Quellenangabe: meteo centrale
 

Fresh snow: 0 cm
Fr -4°C
Sa -1°C
Su -1°C
Mo 0°C
345 cm
Snow depth slopes
powder
Snow quality

Last snowfall 24.04.2024
New snow on the slopes (24h): 0 cm

0/28 km
All slope closed
3/10
Open installations

Slope condition: good

 

7/7 km
Classical cross-country trail
7/7 km
Skating trail

Altitude of cross-country trail network: - metres above sea level

open
Peak Walk by Tissot
closed
Alpine Coaster
Fun Park
closed
Dog Sledge Rides
open
Glacier Walk
Last update: 30.05.2024 - 16:20