The Silvretta Alps on the Austrian Swiss border are perfect for a multi-day hut to hut tour. Touring around the range gives you an incredible experience of the mountain environment. We will encounter glacial terrain, high peaks, wilderness and stunning scenery.


Accessed from the Paznaun Valley in Tirol there are an impressive seventy 3000m peaks in the Silvretta Alps.This includes plenty of non technical summits to bag – there is nothing better than standing atop a mountain you have climbed under your own steam. And of course what goes up must come back down!


The climbs are generally steady and the descents long and varied with plenty of options for different ability levels. The region is renowned for having one of the best networks of huts in the Alps. You’ll usually get comfy private rooms, stunning meals and hot showers.


We will traverse the entire Silvretta range in a week. Whilst you will need previous touring experience, you don’t need to be an expert. Any intermediate or advanced tourers with good fitness levels can complete this tour.


Typically we will climb 700 to 1000 metres a day and will spend five to seven hours in the mountains. The terrain is varied and there are plenty of options to shorten or increase a days tour and we will find plenty of powder for the descents.


The Snowbusters Silvretta Ski Tour is led by fully certified UIAGM guides. The number one priority is always the safety of the group, however we’ll also provide tips along the way to improve your touring efficiency and backcountry skiing.


Staying safe is the goal, so you’ll learn all about avalanche safety equipment. We’ll practice rescues and learn the key skills required just in case the worst happens. Such as conducting group rescues, multiple backfilling, how to dig out victims and useful first aid.


By far the most important aspect of backcountry skiing is avoiding avalanches in the first place. So Snowbusters will help you learn how to read the conditions, understand snow profiles and do snow stability tests. There is some theory to learn but Snowbusters will teach this on the mountain in real life situations.


A successful tour all comes down to good planning. Identifying potential issues – whether they are human, conditions or terrain – before they are a problem is key to staying safe.


We’ll cover the following factors:

  • Using various online and offline resources to plan an appropriate route. Is it both feasible and realistic?
  • Gathering information about the current conditions, terrain and any human factors to consider.
  • Draw the planned route onto a topographical map.
  • Identify and assess cruxes (points where you are at most risk).
  • Determine at what points decisions should be made and plan the alternatives.
  • Estimate timelines for each section and then allocate fixed times within the groups ability range.
  • Finally review the entire plan thinking about what could go wrong and set up contingencies for these problems


The Snowbusters Silvretta Ski Tour is one of the best ways to get into hut-to-hut multi day touring. The mountains here offer a bit of everything with plenty of options to adapt the plans to different ability levels.


Instead of just following a guide, during Snowbusters trips you will be part of the planning, will learn about avalanche safety and rescues. Plus as with all Snowbusters adventures we will share our passion for the mountains with you whilst all having a great time.

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What you need to know

  1. Designed as a poor and only ski touring experience without any compromises.
  2. Make sure you are fit, confident skier. No previous free ride / ski touring experience. Get in touch with us if you have any doubts.
  3. This is a skiing trip and our number one goal is to maximize your time spent on the slope learning. Of course there is always time for après-ski beer.
  4. We want you to worry as less as possible so we are fully available to assist you in all ways possible.

Typical day

Coffee, tea, breakfast, morning yoga, jogging, ... or what ever morning routine you are use to.

6 - 8 am
8.30 am

Heading off to the adventure of the day.

Time to tour up and ride it deep and steep.

8.30 am - 5 pm
6 pm

Après-ski beer / vine. Planning the next day (avalanche forecast, route planning, ...)

Possibly meeting for communal dinner.

7 pm
8 - 9 pm

Drinks, bit of party, sleep. But it is only a suggestion ;)

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Shared accommodation in mountain huts.


You will be able to purchased food in the huts. Some specialities you will need to cary though.


You should bring your personal ski or snowboard freeride touring equipment (skis with touring bindings, splitboard, skins, telescopic poles, ...), avalanche set and ski or snowboard clothing. 

What’s included

  • 5 days guiding and coaching
  • Shared accommodation 


  • Ski / snowboard rentals
  • Travel expanses 
  • Skiing/snowboarding insurance
  • Food and drinks
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