Exploring the mountain with a mountain guide
If you really want to follow the trail that leads to the top of the mountain, ask the man who runs it every day.
Mauro Rossi, international alpine guide and mountaineering instructor since 1980, G+S monitor, gives you the opportunity to get closer to Ticino's nature and yourself! Through mountain guided tours, climbing classis or ski and showshoe excursions in winter - for individuals, families and groups - you can find the right balance between physical activity and relaxation. Discovering Ticino by letting its forests, streams, rocks and waterfalls, with their essence, fill you with joy and wonder to continue your journey with different eyes.
During the programs offered for families, particular attention is paid to strengthen the trust in oneself and in others, as well as to improve the harmony between child and parents.
Mauro Rossi as an alpine guide and mountaineering instructor performes his mountaineering skills not only by accompanying people and teaching climbing and alpine techniques, but shares the essence of the wonderful places visited. He advices and helps you not only to improve your climbing, walking and breathing technique during these activities, but also the relationship with yourself.
Realize your dreams.
Snowshoe hikes with full moon in Cardada-Cimetta:
Meeting in Orselina at the departure station of the cable car at 5.30 pm, ascent at 6.00 pm. Ascent by cable car, presentation of material and walking technique.
Excursion to Cimetta 1670 m. excellent vantage point (difference in height of about 300 m, duration of the excursion approx. 2 hours) for easy routes and depending on snow conditions.
Return to Cardada at about 21, dinner at the hotel. Descent by cable car, extraordinary run around 10.30 p.m.
Possibility to rent equipment (snow shoes, sticks, 25.-fr per set)
Registration compulsory 5 days before departure, min. 6 participants
- Other dates on request
Excursions and snowshoe tours in Ticino: dates on request
- VENUES Climbing
- PARKS AND GARDENS Natural parks