This program is a shorter version of the famous TMR – Tour of Monte Rosa. We will do 5 days of trekking around the Massif of Monte Rosa to reach most of the pretty villages and valleys surrounding the second highest mountain in The Alps. It is not only a trekking but mostly an incredible experience to discover culture and traditions of this remote area on the border between Italian and Swiss Alps. Walser comunities have been living in this lands mostly isolated for more then 1000 years: unique is the architecture of their buildings, the wise way of surviving the harshness of the climate and the severe and wild environment of the mountains.

Check out our “OPEN GROUP” PROGRAM
from 27th to 31st August
TMR – Tour of Monte Rosa 5 days TREKKING
Start & Finish locationAlagna – Monte Rosa
Level requiredTREKKING for EVERYONE
Max group size8 per guide
Group of 7€ 390 x person
We can help you to find the gear you need to rent. Need to have trekking clothing and trekking boots. Equipment list.

Day by day program TMR – Tour Monte Rosa 5 days:

1st day: Meeting in Alagna in the morning where we will do the initial briefing about weather and conditions and we will check together clothing and trekking gear. It will be possible to rent all the gear you need. Please let us know in time if you need anything so we can organize for the renting with the local shop. As soon we are ready we will start the walk up to Rifugio Pastore that we will reach in a couple of hour. An easy first day will give the possibility to everyone to get use to the environement and get confident with the group members. A nice dinner will be the welcome of Monte Rosa traditions surrounded by the beauty of the Val Sesia Natural Park.

2nd day: Early start in the morning to reach Colle del Turlo where we will have a small snack before the long way down in Val Quarazza to reach Borca and then Macugnaga. If we will get there in time we can get the cablecar up to Passo di Monte Moro and stay over night at the Rifugio Oberto Maroli closed to the Pass. If too late we will stay in Macugnaga.

3rd day: From Passo di Monte Moro we will walk down to Mattmark Lake and then to Saas Almagell. From this pretty village we will get the Post Bus to reach Staldenried where we will change to get the bus up to Zermatt. A nice dinner to Hotel Derby with Matterhorn Nord Face looking at us will be the reward for the long day.

4th day: Early morning start with the cablecar to reach Klein Matterhorn and enjoy the incredible panorama. From here we will walk down the piste to Plateau Rosà to reach Colle delle Cime Bianche and afterwards Piani di Verra Inferiore trough the Cortoz Valley. From here a short walk will take us to the Rifugio Ferraro at Resy village where we will stay over night.

5th day: From Rifugio Ferraro we will reach Colle di Bettaforca in a couple of hour and from here Alpe Bettolina to reach Cortlys and walk up to Colle della Salza. From Colle della Salza an easy walk to Gabiet where we will get the cablecar to reach Passo dei Salati and walk down (or cablecar) to Alagna.

This is the “classic” program but other options are available and we can also tailor a program to suit you.
We can adapt the program to the weather and the itinerary is not strict, can be very flexible and for all levels and skills…

All of these programs must be booked in advance in order to secure hotel and hut accommodation.

Please click here if you would like to have information about nutrition during your trekking days.

Detailed Pricing and Booking

Our guiding prices for this all-inclusive are based on the group size (I’ve seen it, take me to the BOOKING FORM)

Group sizePrice per person
2 people€ 1200
3 people€  850
4 people€  670
5 people€  550
6 people€  500
7 people€  440
8 people€  390

GENERAL INFORMATION:

Price Includes
– 5 days guiding with AMM Guide / Mountain Leader or UIAGM mountain guide and expenses for the Guide.

Not included
– Accommodation in Locanda Margherita B&B the night before and after if needed (45€ per person per night)
– Lift passes and transfers (estimated cost 150€ per person)
– HB and drinks in the huts/hotels (estimated cost for HB 320€ per person)
– Mountain rescue insurance:

We highly recommend that you arrange your own personal insurance before undertaking any mountain activity.
You can have a look at your own country EUROP-ASSISTANCE, they normally have an outdoor insurance (Outdoor no problem), or we suggest to register as member of your country Alpine Club (like CAF or CAS or BMC, personal insurance is included and also discounted price at mountain huts. Here you can see the official list). If your country doesn’t have an Alpine Club you can also check out the Britannia Section of Alpenverein, that is now normally open also to non-resident in UK: www.alpenverein.at/britannia/membership/

– Equipment if required.

Download the recommended EQUIPMENT LIST for this program here: Trekking in The Alps Equipment list Eng.

Group size: max. 8 people per guide. Private groups only. If you are alone and you like to join a group please keep in touch with us and we will try to organize this for you.

This is the “classic” program but other options are available and we can also tailor a program to suit you. All of these programs must be booked in advance in order to secure hotel and huts accommodation.

Program in collaboration with OVERALP Tour Operator.

OPEN GROUP 2024 from 27th to 31st August € 650 x person

Join our “open group” that will be from 27th to 31st August 2024. We offer an all-inclusive package with also the possibility to stay at our B&B in the Alagna valley the night before and after if you have to travel long to get here.
We will sleep with our tents at the local campsite in each valley and the organization will provide transfer of all your base camp gear.
You will walk light with just your dayly back pack and all the extra stuff will be transfer with our van from one camp to the other every day.

Prices includes:

  • 5 days guiding (in the first 3 days your guide will be an AMM/UIMLA mountain leader, then on the glacier the 4th day will be a UIAGM mountain guide and the last day your mountain leader again for the last long day to Alagna).
  • transfer of the extra luggage.
  • campsite organization and fees.
  • breakfast.

Not included:

  • dinners (could be at local restaurants or self organized at the campsite).
  • lift tickets.
  • taxi from SaaFee to Zermatt.
  • lodging the night before and after at Locanda Margherita B&B.
  • Mountain rescue insurance.

OUR SUGGESTED GEAR LIST

Extra gear needed: Sleeping bag, matress, tent (if you don’t have one we will provide it), tea cup, (plate and cutlery).

Monte Rosa Alagna Freerideparadise
Monte Rosa landscape from Alagna