Crossing the snow-covered Alps on skis is a very special adventure with memories that will be with you for many years to come. In order to guarantee safety, however, you need meticulous planning and professional guides – which is precisely what the Fischer Transalp offers every year.
Our ski touring pros have been making it possible for selected participants to make their ski touring dream come true since 2011. The Fischer Transalp soon achieved cult status and is now a unique experience – year after year!
Fischer Transalp 2017
The adventure for the Transalp group 2017 including mountain guides and Fischer support team members started in Chamonix, France. It is from there that they crossed the Alps in six stages on touring skis. The final destination of this years Transalp: Torino, Italy.
- 1st Day: Arrival in Chamonix/Argentiere (FRA)
- 2nd Day: Argentiere (FRA) – Champex (FRA)
- 3rd Day: Champex (FRA) – Pila (ITA)
- 4th Day: Pila (ITA) – Cogne (ITA)
- 5th Day: Cogne (ITA) – Noasca (ITA)
- 6th Day: Noasca (ITA) – Torino (ITA)
Sun and firn, cold wind and sleet accompanied the participants on their way across the Alps. There were breathtaking panoramas, a wide variety of ascents, spectacular descents and a large number of surprises.
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The Tour diary 2017
The adventure for the Transalp group 2017 including mountain guides and Fischer support team members started on Sunday 19 March as they set off for Chamonix, France. It is from there that they will cross the Alps in six stages on touring skis. The final destination: Torino, Italy. The weather gods appear to be smiling on the crew, and so the first day begins in brilliant sunshine under a cloudless sky…
Review of past FISCHER TRANSALP tours
The Fischer Transalp 2016
From Reschen in Vinschgau to Allgäu and Oberstdorf in six days – that was the Fischer Transalp 2016. 13 adventurers joined forces with extreme sportsman Axel Naglich in a unique ski touring experience. Despite the forecasts of bad weather to begin with, Fischer mountain guide Peter Perhab looks back on an unforgettable tour: "30cm of powder snow, brilliant sunshine and a panorama which is second to none – we can look back on one of the most beautiful Fischer Transalp tours ever!"