The ski mountaineering excursion to Mount Puez - East Side (2913 meters) is a wonderful and demanding hike developing within an immaculate and seldom frequented area in the Puez-Odle Nature Park.

Through a rich variety of environments, among which woods, an amusing valley full of steep couloirs and evocative peaks, we gain the top of the mountain. From there we can get an unforgettable, wide view on the Dolomites.

Skiing down on a nice steep couloir, we complete our descent into a beautiful quiet wood.

  • Dolomites, Mount Puez
  • 6 hours
  • High difficulty
  • No refreshment point
  • Maximum number of participants
  • Suitable for adults only

Information about the ski mountaineering excursion to Mount Puez

The hike starts on a trail that runs through a thick wood before opening into the Antersasc Valley and leading, through mild declivities, to the cottage. Going on through nice terraces, we reach a steep coilour; after climbing it with pick and crampons we reach Forcella Antersasc. Again through mild declivities, we get to a wide col where we start climbing the steep east side of Mount Puez. The view from the top is amazing and very rewarding.

Skiing down the coilour is fun and thrilling; it takes constant concentration because of the declivity and the narrow spaces. Once we’ve passed this challenging coilour enclosed between two huge rock walls, we can ski down through the valley to the starting point.

The ski mountaineering excursion to Mount Puez (Piz de Puez) features a 1300 meters elevation gain and loss. It requires good training and mastering of technical skills of ski mountaineering and is rated as OSA (Excellent Mountain Skier). Max downhill declivity: 45 degrees.

Price for the ski mountaineering experience to Mount Puez

€ 360 - Price up to 2 persons

€ 400 - Price up to 3 persons

€ 440 - Price up to 4 persons

Where to meet your mountain guide for a ski mountaineering to Mount Puez

  • Meeting point On the day of your excursion, meet your guide at:
    Longiarù Parking
    Strada Provinciale 57,
    39030 Longiarù - San Martino in Badia - BZ
  • Meeting time 8.00 am
  • Geographic coordinates 46°38'27.2"N 11°51'47.5"E
  • Transfer There are no transfers from the meeting point to the excursion site.

What to bring

  • Skis
  • Ski boots
  • Telescopic poles
  • Skins
  • Ski crampons
  • Crampons
  • Mountaineering ax
  • Avalanche kit
  • Avalanche backpack
  • Water bottle
  • Snacks

What you need to know

  • Equipment Remember to bring the minimum required equipment for the activity. If you do not own the equipment let us know, we will provide it for you, if available or for hire.
  • Reservation The reservation for this experience is individual, with a dedicated mountain guide. It may be reserved for a number of participants no greater than the maximum number allowed.
  • Excursion price The price shown is for the excursion with the dedicated mountain guide and possible transfer using the guide's private vehicle. It is valid for individual reservations for a number of participants that does not exceed the maximum number allowed.
  • Safety The mountain guide may cancel or suspend the excursion or change the itinerary if minimum safety conditions are not guaranteed. Please view the terms.
  • Moderate terms of cancellation The terms of cancellation and change for this experience are moderate. Please view the terms.

How to reserve your mountain guide

To reserve a mountain guide for the ski mountaineering excursion in the Dolomites to Mount Puez (Piz de Puez) in the Puez-Odle Nature Park, you must send a request that provides and specifies your contact information, the number of participants and the date/period in which you wish to take the excursion.
We will respond immediately to confirm the availability of the guide, the deadline, if any, to confirm the option for the reservation, methods of payment, characteristics and organization of the activity.
Once the reservation is confirmed, we will send you the receipt and the presentation voucher with the details of the service, the name of the mountain guide and all the contact information.

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