Plan a route here Copy route
Alpine tour recommended route

Rifugio Larcher al Cevedale - Zufallspitze - Monte Cevedale - Rif Larcher

Alpine tour · Val di Sole, Pejo e Rabbi
Profile picture of Wulf Zeller
Responsible for this content
Wulf Zeller 
  • Blick auf den Monte Vióz von der Rifugio Larcher
    / Blick auf den Monte Vióz von der Rifugio Larcher
    Photo: Wulf Zeller, Community
  • Monte Rosole, Palon de la Mare, Monte Cevedale und Zufallspitze von der Rifugio Larcher aus.
    / Monte Rosole, Palon de la Mare, Monte Cevedale und Zufallspitze von der Rifugio Larcher aus.
    Photo: Wulf Zeller, Community
  • / "Weg" von der Fürkelescharte zum Zufallferner
    Photo: Wulf Zeller, Community
  • / Zufallspitze mit Zufallferner, rechts hinten der Ortler
    Photo: Wulf Zeller, Community
  • / Hier taucht der Fürkelegrat bei gut 3500 Metern Höhe in den Gletscher ein
    Photo: Wulf Zeller, Community
  • / Blick von der Zufallspitze ins Martelltal
    Photo: Wulf Zeller, Community
  • / Blick von der Zufallspitze Richtung MalgaMare / Peio
    Photo: Wulf Zeller, Community
  • / Blick von der Zufallspitze Richtung Monte Vióz, Monte Rosole, Monte Cevedale
    Photo: Wulf Zeller, Community
  • / Auf dem Weg von der Zufallspitze zum Monte Cevedale - Ästhetik pur
    Photo: Wulf Zeller, Community
  • / Kurz vor dem Gipfel des Monte Cevedale
    Photo: Wulf Zeller, Community
  • / Blick vom Monte Cevedale Richtung Süden, das macht Lust zum Weiterlaufen
    Photo: Wulf Zeller, Community
  • / Rechts Monte Cevedale, Blick zurück, da waren wir gerade noch
    Photo: Wulf Zeller, Community
  • / Fürkelegrat hinab
    Photo: Wulf Zeller, Community
  • / Rückblick von ca 3500 Metern Höhe (wo der Grat - noch - kurz in den Gletscher eintaucht) auf den Fürkelegrat mit Zufallspitze
    Photo: Wulf Zeller, Community
m 3800 3600 3400 3200 3000 2800 2600 2400 2200 12 10 8 6 4 2 km
Distance 12.4 km
8:30 h
1,414 m
1,414 m
II, <30°, PD- difficult
Risk potential
Highest point
3,769 m
Lowest point
2,579 m
Belay stations
with anchor point for abseiling, with bolts, pitons, trad gear
with bolts, sporadic bolts, pitons, trad gear




all notes on protected areas


Arrival by train, car, foot or bike

Book recommendations for this region:

Show more


Basic Equipment for Alpine Routes

  • Layered, moisture wicking clothing
  • Long, warm technical socks plus liners and spares
  • 35-45 liter rucksack  (with rain cover)
  • Protection against sun, rain and wind (hat, sunscreen, water- and windproof jacket and suitable legwear)
  • Lip protection (SPF 30+)
  • Water- and windproof mountaineering jacket and trousers with ankle adjustment or separate gaiters
  • Water- and windproof gloves plus thin fleece inner gloves
  • Neckwear
  • moisture wicking skull / knit cap
  • Hiking poles
  • Sunglasses
  • Ample supply of drinking water and snacks
  • First aid kit
  • Blister kit
  • Bivy / survival bag  
  • Survival blanket
  • Headlamp
  • Pocket knife
  • Whistle
  • Cell phone
  • Cash
  • Navigation equipment / map and compass
  • Emergency contact details
  • ID

Technical Equipment for Alpine Routes

  • B2 or B3 mountaineering boots
  • Climbing harness
  • Climbing helmet
  • Ice axes (basic or technical with hammer and adze as required)
  • C2-C3 crampons with anti-balling plates (as required by route and to match boots)  
  • Single rope
  • Half ropes
  • Twin ropes
  • Friend/cam 0
  • Friend/cam 0.1
  • Friend/cam offset 0.1-0.2
  • Friend/cam 0.2
  • Friend/cam offset 0.2-0.3
  • Friend/cam 0.3
  • Friend/cam offset 0.3-0.4
  • Friend/cam 0.4
  • Friend/cam offset 0.4-0.5
  • Friend/cam 0.5
  • Friend/cam offset 0.5-0.75
  • Friend/cam 1
  • Friend/cam 2
  • Friend/cam 3
  • Friend/cam 4
  • Friend/cam 5
  • Friend/cam 6
  • Friend/cam 7
  • Friend/cam 8
  • Set of nuts
  • Double set of nuts
  • Small nuts
  • Medium nuts
  • Large nuts
  • Nut tool
  • Tricam(s)
  • Ball nut(s)
  • (Active) Camming device(s) for wider cracks such as the Gipsy
  • Hexentric(s)
  • Progress capture pulley(s) such as the Petzl Traxion
  • Micro ascender(s) such as the Petzl TiBloc
  • Pitons and hammer
  • Set of ice screws
  • Short ice screws
  • Medium ice screws
  • Long ice screws
  • V-Thread tool
  • 2x Harness tool holder such as the Ice Clipper or Caritool
  • Quickdraws
  • Locking device

Camping Equipment

  • Tent (3- or 4-season)
  • Stove (including fuel and utensils)
  • Sleeping mat. Sleeping bag with suitable temperature rating.
  • Food
  • Toiletries and medication
  • Toilet paper

Things to Bring if Staying in a Mountain Hut

  • Toiletries and medication
  • Quick-drying towel  
  • Ear plugs
  • Sleeping bag liner
  • Sleepwear
  • Alpine club membership card if applicable / ID
  • Coronavirus mask and hand sanitizer
  • The 'basic' and 'technical' equipment lists are generated based on the selected activity. They are not exhaustive and only serve as suggestions for what you should consider packing.
  • For your safety, you should carefully read all instructions on how to properly use and maintain your equipment.
  • Please ensure that the equipment you bring complies with local laws and does not include restricted items.

Questions and answers

Ask the first question

Would you like to the ask the author a question?


Write your first review

Help others by being the first to add a review.

Photos from others

II, <30°, PD- difficult
12.4 km
8:30 h
1,414 m
1,414 m
Summit route Ridge traverse Scenic


  • My Map
  • Content
  • Show images Hide images
2D 3D
Maps and trails
Duration : h
Distance  km
Ascent  m
Descent  m
Highest point  m
Lowest point  m
Push the arrows to change the view