Fischer Transalp 2021

Crossing the snow-covered Alps on a pair of skis demands a healthy dose of passion. Passion for the mountains. Passion for skiing. A passion that makes it possible to overcome obstacles and provides unforgettable moments. The annual Fischer Transalp offers an unique skiing experience with like-minded people and guided by experts - in spring 2020 for the tenth time in succession.

Apply now to take part in the Fischer Transalp 2021!

In March 2021, the Fischer Transalp will set out again to cross the Alps on touring skis. Special highlight is that this year’s route selection is designed to find the best descents. The currently planned route will take the six selected participants from Switzerland to Austria.

Apply now and be a part of a unique ski touring adventure!


Dates of the Fischer Transalp: 21-28/3/2021


  • Good level of physical fitness
  • Able to handle six days of ski touring with around 1,500 m of ascent every day
  • Experience in judging terrain and safety
  • Solid, very safe skiing ability and technique in all snow conditions

Closing date for applications: 11 January 2021

Planned route: Bernina Pass - Pontresina - Davos - Klosters - Montafon - Arlberg - Kleinwalsertal (due to Corona or weather conditions the route may vary)


We offer:

  • Six days half board
  • Six overnight stays
  • Transfers
  • Professional tour guides
  • Fischer tour set consisting of skis, bindings, tour boots, climbing system and poles
  • Transalp ski tour apparel
  • Partner products (ski touring clothing, gloves, backpacks, ski goggles)

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Review of past Fischer Transalp tours:

Fischer Transalp 2020

10 years Fischer Transalp: On Monday, March 02, the Fischer Transalp crew set off for the tenth time to cross the Alps on touring skis. The anniversary tour led the six participants from Sella Nevea (ITA) in six stages through the Southern Alps to Kartitsch (AUT).

Transalp Tour Diary 2020

Fischer Transalp 2019

The ninth Fischer Transalp ended on 7 April. Eight selected participants from all over the world set off from Livigno, Italy to cross the Alps with mountain guides and the Fischer team. The destination of this year’s route: Innsbruck, Austria.

Transalp Tour Diary 2019