Piz Borel / Piz Cavradi
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At the Oberalp Pass, a short descent to Alp Milez awaits us first. Here we assemble the skins and follow the markings to the Maighelshütte, which we leave behind for the time being. It drags on until we can climb to the Maighels Glacier at the height of the Piz Alpetta. In regular bends we gain altitude, our destination, the Piz Borel, is right in front of us. We head for the scharte on the far left and make ski depot. Now we cross the rocky and partly airy ridge to the summit. At the summit cross, great views await us to the north to the Oberalp Pass and to the south to the Ticino peaks.
The descent over the snowy glacier is a dream, but unfortunately it passes far too quickly. And unfortunately, the valley floor is so flat that we have to mount the skins again. For this we have earned a Café Maighels in the Maighelshütte! A special recipe of the house! As the last highlight of the day we climb the Piz Cavradi where more powder snow slopes await us down to Tschamut. From Chamut there is an hourly train in both directions.
Option 1: Ascent from Chamut
Option 2: Departure directly from Maighelshütte, without Piz Cavradi
Plan 2 day ski tour: 1st day Pazolastock-Maighelshütte, 2nd day Maighelshütte-Piz Borel
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