Introduction Ski Touring Mountain Guide Zermatt
Learn Ski Touring in a proper way with a Mountain Guide Zermatt
The Ski Touring Training with a Mountain Guide Zermatt is for all who want to go ski touring competently
• How to put on an avalanche transceiver (beacon) and to check it
• How to put on skins and crampons for skis
• How to use a touring binding
• Walking technique with skins and touring bindings
• Basics for setting up a trail
• Information about ski touring gear
• Tips and tricks
Good health and fitness, good skiing technique.
CHF 550.00 for 1 or 2 people, for every additional person a fee of CHF 40.00 per person will be charged.
22nd December 2019 – 4th January 2020 / 16th February – 28th February 2020 / 5th April – 17th April 2020.
CHF 600.00 for 1 or 2 people, for every additional person a fee of CHF 50.00 per person will be charged.
Mountain guide for about 5 hours of training including a small skitour.
Prices and programme are subject to change.
You need the following equipment for Introduction Ski Touring:
Rucksack with ski fixing system – Strap to tie the ski tips together – Skis with touring bindings* – Ski Touring boots* – Skins* – Ski-crampons (Harscheisen)* – Ski poles* – Lightweight shovel* – Probes* – Avalanche transceiver* – Skiwear – Warm hat – Sunglasses – Picnic – Flask or water bottle, about 1 Litre, no camel bag – Personal medication.
Nice to have:
Goggles – Camera (small and light) – Compeed, second skin, sport tape – Pocket knife – Toilet paper – Helmet* – Airbag* – Spare gloves – Facemask – Sun hat – Sun screen factor >25 – Lip balm factor >15 – Compeed, Secondskin, Sporttape – Notepad and pen.
Items with a * can be rented.
Everything you bring with you, you have to curry it by yourself. Try to be as light as possible.