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Freeriding & Ski Tours

If you would prefer to hike up on skis before embarking on the descent through the snowy winter wonderland, you need look no further than the adventure-packed ski tours on offer in the holiday region of Disentis-Sedrun. These tours allow you to experience the region at its most natural and breathtaking, far away from the ski lift pylons and groomed pistes. Make the most of the chance to whiz down deep snow slopes in the holiday region of Disentis Sedrun. Away from the groomed pistes, you can express yourself in the powder snow and make new tracks through the varied freeride area. Prepare yourself for an unforgettable adventure!

Fascination: freeriding and ski tours

  • Planning and preparation

    Good information about weather, snow conditions and behaviour are important, when you are planing a tour. Here you can find some helpful information for your tour in Disentis Sedrun.

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  • Mountain Guides

    Graubünden has a large network of experienced and knowledgeable mountain guides. Those who are beginners at ski touring and those who are unfamiliar should use the patented services of the mountain guides.

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  • Recognise danger of an avalanche

    Avalanches pose a great danger for every descent away from the marked slopes.

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Freeride tours

Val Segnas and Val Acletta are two of the area's classic freeride descents. These two valleys can be found to the left and right of the main ridge on which the majority of the ski area is located. They offer fantastic cruising slopes which run all the way down to the valley bottom. In addition to these two long descents, Disentis Sedrun also offers endless terrain just waiting to be discovered. The Matterhorn-Gotthardbahn, for instance, is included in your ski pass and thus offers an inexpensive way to travel to the Oberalp Pass or even over to Andermatt where many more touring opportunities await.

Permanent training ground for avalanche rescue

There is a permanent search field next to Bar Nevada in the Disentis 3000 ski area. Here you can search for buried transceivers and learn other interesting facts about avalanches and rescue equipment. The search field can be used free of charge. Avalanche transceivers are available from sports shops and Bar Nevada. Training sessions are held several times a season. Information is available from the Disentis 3000 cable car station.

Freeriding in Disentis Sedrun

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