Infopoint der Privatskilehrer St. Moritz

Accompanied tours to La Rösa!

The firn run down from the Lagalb to La Rösa through the beautiful winter landscape is an insiders' secret that's really popular among the locals. Accompanied by an experienced guide, you will cross wide open, untrodden south-facing slopes, pass through short couloirs and over hillocks, through gullies, valleys and short stretches of woodland until you reach the La Motta customs house. Your local ski instructor will show you the best routes to La Rösa.

Requirements

  • Confident parallel skiing on black runs
  • Safety kit, avalanche transceiver/shovel/probe/rucksack (can be hired)
  • Insurance is the participants' responsibility

Participants

  • 1–3 people CHF 180
  • 4–6 people CHF 50 p.p.

Return transport back to the Lagalb valley station is available by bus or taxi. 

 

For more information or to sign up, please go to the Info-Point of the private ski instructors' association of St. Moritz at the Lagalb valley station, open daily (8.30 – 11 a.m.) or call mobile no. +41 79 407 50 92

Freeriding for beginners and the more advanced!

Enjoy endless powder snow! Swing effortlessly down pristine slopes. Get away from the pistes, in the shadow of Piz Bernina and Piz Palü. Learn how to ski in deep snow and on spring snow, on the spacious slopes of the Diavolezza and Lagalb – you'll love it!

Tips on improving your deep-snow technique: 

How can I overcome my fear of skiing in deep snow? Also useful preparation for ski touring. When you go freeriding, you MUST understand the risk from avalanches. Safety kits can be hired.

Price 

  • 1–3 people, 2 hrs CHF 240, whole day CHF 460
  • 4–6 people, 2 hrs CHF 70 p.p., whole day CHF 120 p.p.

For more information or to sign up, please go to the Info-Point of the private ski instructors' association of St. Moritz at the Lagalb valley station, open daily (8.30–11 a.m.) or call mobile no. +41 79 407 50 92

Ski touring for beginners

Ski touring is all the rage just now. Make this your winter of adventure and try your first ski tour. Learn the ABC of touring and acquire the basics on moderately steep, open terrain. The course covers the following areas: 

  • Introduction to ski touring 
  • Handling the equipment
  • Introduction to the avalanche transceiver
  • The technique for going up and downhill

Whether you are a complete beginner or a bit more advanced, the Diavolezza and the Lagalb offer a good choice of suitable routes. After this interesting day, you will know the most important ground rules for ski touring. 

Participants

  • 1–3 people, CHF 460
  • 4–6 people, CHF 120 p. p.

Registration by 5 p.m. the day before at the Info-Point of the private ski instructors' association of St. Moritz at the Lagalb valley station or call mobile-no. +41 79 407 50 92 

Snowshoe touring

Going walking in snowshoes is probably the easiest way to get away from it all in the snowy mountainscape. Strap your snowshoes on your feet, pick up a pair of ski poles and put a little rucksack on your back. Then you're all set to make new tracks in the winter wonderland, well away from footpaths and ski slopes. Just put one foot in front of the other, it doesn't have to be steep. Remote landscapes covered in fresh snow exercise a magical power of attraction that acts like balm on stressed-out nerves.

Participants

  • 1–3 people CHF 180
  • 4–8 people CHF 50 p.p.

Snowshoes can be hired from the Info-Point at the Lagalb 

 

For more information or to sign up, please go to the Info-Point of the private ski instructors' association of St. Moritz at the Lagalb valley station, open daily (8.30 – 11 a.m.) or call mobile no. +41 79 407 50 92

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