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Baslersch Chopf

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An easy ski tour in the Flüela Valley. The rugged ascent to the Baslersch Chopf (2,629 m above sea level) and the short but rewarding downhill run will also delight beginners.
easy
7 km
2:45 h
662 m
663 m
The Baslersch Chopf and the Sentisch Horn (2,827 m.a.s.l.) start off identically. Depending on the conditions and shape you can also choose the other summit. From the Tschuggen car park, the ascent begins along the pass road to the Wägerhus. Here you leave the road and go through a short steep slope to the big plain. Now continue uphill over the long plateau, keeping north-west and crossing the whole plain. Now it gets a little steeper. Via the Gulgerigen Furgga (2'571 m.a.s.l.) one reaches the summit of the Basler Chopf. The descent first follows the ascent route across the plain. Shortly before the Tällichopf (2'342 m.a.s.l.) one leaves the ascent route and can go down the slope directly to the pass road.

Author’s recommendation

After the tour, the Gasthaus zum Tschuggen is an ideal place for reinforcements.
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Remy Horn
Updated: October 07, 2020
Difficulty
easy
Technique
Stamina
Experience
Landscape
Highest point
2,629 m
Lowest point
1,963 m
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Safety information

Anyone who goes off-piste acts exclusively on their own responsibility and is outside the liability area of the cable cars. The yellow marked freeride slopes are secured but not groomed and not controlled. They can only be used when they are open. We recommend checking the open slopes, the SLF avalanche bulletin and the weather forecast. All liability is excluded.

This freeride route is to be understood as a general indication of direction. Depending on the conditions, downhill routes must be judged and adjusted by yourself. No responsibility can be taken for the correctness, completeness and topicality of the information provided.

The practice of freeriding in the open terrain is at your own risk. Every freerider and tourer is strongly advised to prepare thoroughly, plan their routes and obtain up-to-date information on the snow and avalanche situation. Avalanche situation report and snow info: www.slf.ch

All liability is declined for accidents resulting from the use of the published information and route details.

In case of doubt, accompaniment by experienced mountain guides is strongly recommended: www.bergfuehrer-davosklosters.ch  

Tips, hints and links

Expert information and certified mountain guides are offered by the Davos Klosters mountain guides.

Contact: www.tagesskitouren.ch / info@bergfuehrer-davosklosters.ch  

Start

Tschuggen (1,963 m)
Coordinates:
SwissGrid
2'789'577E 1'184'412N
DD
46.783884, 9.921620
DMS
46°47'02.0"N 9°55'17.8"E
UTM
32T 570348 5181560
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Destination

Tschuggen

Turn-by-turn directions

Tschuggen - Wägerhus - Bardillen Boden - Gulgerigen Furgga - Baslersch Chopf - Tschuggen

Note


all notes on protected areas

Public transport

Take the Swiss Federal Railway (SBB) to Landquart, then change to the Rhaetian Railway (RhB) in the direction of Davos Platz. Get off at Davos Dorf. 

Getting there

Coming from Zurich / St. Margrethen, leave the A13/E43 motorway at Landquart in the direction of Landquart, Davos, Vereina. Take the A28 to Davos Dorf and then continue on the Flüela Pass to Tschuggen.

 

Parking

Please use the public parking spaces at Restaurant Tschuggen.

 

Coordinates

SwissGrid
2'789'577E 1'184'412N
DD
46.783884, 9.921620
DMS
46°47'02.0"N 9°55'17.8"E
UTM
32T 570348 5181560
w3w 
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Arrival by train, car, foot or bike

Equipment

We recommend the avalanche training centre before the start of a tour.

On the Jakobshorn near the Fuxägufer mountain station in Davos, the correct use of the avalanche transceiver (LVS) can be practised under realistic conditions. The training area consists of a 100 x 100m zone in moderately steep terrain, thus creating a realistic avalanche cone. Use of the training area is free of charge. You must bring your own avalanche transceiver and avalanche probe with you.


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Difficulty
easy
Distance
7 km
Duration
2:45h
Ascent
662 m
Descent
663 m
Loop Scenic Refreshment stops available Summit route suitable for snowboards
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Morning
1600 m 1800 m
afternoon

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