Skitour Cuolm da Latsch 2295m

Medium
9.5 km
2:20 h
700 mhd
700 mhd
Latsch
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There are not many such wide summit plateaus as the one of the Cuolm da Latsch. If you then add the unique panorama, you will understand the many ski tracks that squeeze through the protective forest.

The starting and ending point of the tour is Latsch.

Technique 3/6
Fitness 4/6
Highest Point  2290 m
Lowest Point  1603 m
Best Season
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Start
Laces
Destination
Laces
Coordinates
46.636361, 9.750575

Details

Description

From Latsch (1588 m) on the Alpweg, at most shortening the first two bends, through the God da Speschas up to P. 1965. Here northwestwards over the slopes of Larect, last following the summer path, to the huge summit canopy of the Cuolm da Latsch to the Steinmann with signpost.

Tour description by Vital Eggenberger / SAC Tourenportal

Ausrüstung

equipment

  • Ski helmet
  • Sports glasses
  • sunglasses
  • 2 pairs of gloves: lightweight, breathable and windproof for the climb, normal ski gloves for downhill
  • scarf
  • Headgear (under the helmet) with moisture transport
  • Clothing in the multi-layer principle with moisture transport
  • Lightweight waterproof and windproof ski jacket
  • Additional warm jacket
  • Long, warm technical socks (possibly inserts) and interchangeable pair
  • Lightweight waterproof and windproof ski touring pants
  • 20-28 liter (touring) backpack
  • Lip care (SPF 30+)
  • Sufficient provisions and drinking water
  • First aid kit with bladder patch
  • Bladder patches
  • Bivouac Bag/Survival Bag
  • space blanket
  • headlamp
  • pocket knife
  • Signal whistle
  • mobile phone
  • cash
  • Navigation device/map and compass
  • Emergency contact details
  • identity card

Technical equipment

  • Touring ski boots
  • Tour binding suitable for the ski boot
  • Skins suitable for touring skis
  • ski
  • (Telescopic) ski poles
  • Avalanche equipment: avalanche transceiver, avalanche probe, avalanche shovel
  • Harsh iron
  • Rescue equipment for crevasse recovery
  • High-speed belt
  • Light ice axe
  • High-speed rope
  • Avalanche airbag backpack

This equipment list does not claim to be exhaustive and only serves as a suggestion of what should be packed.

For your safety, you should carefully read all instructions for proper use and maintenance of your device.

Please make sure that your equipment complies with local laws and does not contain any prohibited items.

Directions

Public Transport

From Bergün by local bus to Latsch

Timetable Local Bus

Anreise Information

From Thusis via Tiefencastel to Bergün. The Albula Pass is closed in winter.

Parken

In Latsch there is a paid parking lot outside the village in the direction of Stuls.

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