Embarking on a High-Altitude Round Trip!
Prepare for an extraordinary high-altitude adventure as we traverse the majestic Monte Rosa massif, commencing our journey in Champoluc and culminating in Gressoney. This expedition will take us through peaks exceeding 4,000 meters, vast glaciers, and awe-inspiring faces, making it one of the most spectacular tours in the Alps. The elevation changes along the route are kept to a minimum, thanks to the strategic placement of huts at already lofty starting points.
This exceptional opportunity allows us to conquer the summits of twelve 4,000-meter peaks. Our journey will unfold in the following sequence: Western and Central Breithorn, Pollux, Castor, Lyskamm Nose, Vincent Pyramid, Balmenhorn, Schwarzhorn, Ludwigshohe, Parrot, Punta Gnifetti, and Zumstein. Our ultimate destination is the highest hut to be found in the Alps: Capanna Margherita, perched at an altitude of nearly 4,600 meters.
In essence, this is a monumental tour of towering summits!