With these proposals, Lyskamm4000, seeks to offer shorter routes than the 4 and 5 days haute route, in order to meet the needs of those who unfortunately has not so much time. It’s hard to make a choice of routes between all those that the Alps offer, and below you will find a series of classical proposals and excursions perhaps almost unknown, but amazing and located in wilderness and quiet areas. Good fun

CLIMB TO MONTE BASODINO M 3273 AND CIMA D'ELGIO M 2874 - VAL FORMAZZA - ITALY

The 6th and 7th and the 20th and 21st of March 2021

Lyskamm4000's Mountain Guides want to promote an alternative destination compared to the classics ones of the Alps. Mount Basodino and Cima d'Elgio, two fairly unknown peaks located in the area that is becoming the Mecca of ski mountaineering in the eastern Alps: Val Formazza.

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MARGHERITA HUT BY SKI M 4559 + P. GIORDANI M 4046 - ITALY

From the 13th of March to the 2nd of May 2021

Climb Margherita Hut with skis is an experience not to be missed. From the summit high 4559m you can have one of the longest descent of the Alps: 3300 meters downhill through beautiful landscape and great glaciers.

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ZERMATT TOUR (2 DAYS) - MONTE ROSA / SWITZERLAND

The 13th and 14th of March and the 10th and 11th of April 2021

An amazing ski mountaineering and free ride tour. In just two days (also thanks to the lifts) we could make breathtaking descents .. a total of 7200 mt downhill !!!!

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CLIMB TO P. D' ARBOLA M 3235 - FORMAZZA VALLEY / ITALY

The 27th and the 28th of March 2021

Another alternative proposal situated in the heart of Formazza Valley. The Punta d' Arbola appears as a mighty snowy trapeze. From the summit the view is breathtaking, ranging from Monte Rosa to Bernen Oberland.

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GRAN PARADISO BY SKI M 4061 - ITALY

The 17th and the 18th of April 2021

Great classic ski mountaineering trip to the only 4000 mt peak completely in Italian territory: The Gran Paradiso.

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