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 Ski tours in the Ortler-Cevedale area 

In a breathtaking setting, 3000 metres of easily accessible skiing and culinary delights in the evening.


Day 1
Individual or joint arrival from Brixen or Bozen. Meeting point at 8.00 a.m. in Val Martello (at the end of the passable road) at the car park. Ascent with skins to Rifugio Nino Corsi (2264 m). Possibility of luggage transport by material cable car
250 m difference in altitude approx. 1 hour, then climbing to Cima Rossa di Martello (3030 m) with a light rucksack. Ascent approx. 800 m approx. 5 hours

Day 2
Today, the 3330 m high Cima Marmotta is on the programme. After ascending a good 1100 metres of altitude difference over varied and moderately steep terrain, we reach the summit and enjoy the unobstructed view to the south: the view sweeps from the western Dolomites to the bizarre limestone peaks of the Brenta to the Adamello-Presanella group. The direct descent on the wide Vedretta Alta guarantees maximum skiing pleasure, but has one "little problem": the small, exposed Rifugio Martello, which is located along the route; one cannot help but stop here to taste one of the best strudel (a sort of apple pie) in South Tyrol.
1100 m altitude difference approx. 6 hours

Day 3
Now well acclimatised, today we tackle Cima Venezia, 3386 m, the neighbour of Cima Marmotta. A steep ascent leads us upwards and opens the way to a wide glacier, which takes us to the ski depot. From there, we reach the summit on foot in a few minutes. There are several descent options to choose from. The northern exposure and altitude of the tour guarantee powder snow until late spring.
1100 hm altitude difference approx. 6 h

Day 4
Today it's time to get down to business: we want to tackle the 1500 metres of altitude difference to the north-eastern tip of the Cevedale. A long trail takes us up to the Fürkeleferner, soon winds its way steeply uphill and leads us, finally with skis in the rucksack, to a flat shoulder in the east ridge of the mountain (4h). From there, if conditions permit, we climb with crampons along this ridge to the highest point of the peak at 3757 metres (1.5-2 hours). If motivation and stamina are still sufficient, we add its famous neighbour, Cevedale, 3769 metres high. We now set off on an almost interminable descent to finish back at Rifugio Nino Corsi for strudel and capuccino (or maybe a sandwich and a beer!).
1600 m altitude difference approx. 8-9 hours

Day 5
A "circular" tour for the end of the feat: a northward ascent takes us to the seldom-visited Punta Martello (3357 m, 4 hours), which paves the way to the equally solitary Grams Glacier. We can now descend directly to our cars. In the meantime, we can have our luggage comfortably transported downwards by material cable car.
1100 m ascent, 1600 m descent approx. 5 h

The programme may be modified due to avalanche danger or weather conditions.

Bookable dates:
on request

at least 4 participants

- certified mountain guide (IVBV) for 5 days

Additional costs:
-costs for the hut , cable car

mountain guide per 5 days 750,- € per person without additional costs

ca. 1600 mh  in ascent, parallel curves

Full ski touring equipment (skis, skins, boots, crampons, avalanche search device, probe, shovel, possibly helmet and airbag), harness, crampons, ice axe, sunglasses, rucksack with a change of clothes etc.


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Roland Wimmer
Zona Artigianale 7
39040 Varna (BZ)
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