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Skitouring Simplon

We are rewarding summiters

 

Register on this website

Register on this page and create your personal login.

Download the Simplon Winterapp

Download the “Simplon Winterapp” from the App Store or Google Play and log in with your created access data.

Doing tours

There are over 25 tours available. Some easier ones, some to gain experience and some more demanding.

Skitouring Simplon

scan QR-code & collect pionts

You will receive one point per summit credited to your account.

Enjoy the descent

Enjoy the descent back into the valley.

benefit from rewards

You can redeem your collected points for great rewards.

25 tours – 25 summits – great rewards

  • Simplon Winterapp
  • CHF 25 per season
  • present*
  • pay on invoice
  • *while stocks last

Skitouring Ambassador

Iwan Arnold prefers to train at home in Simplon Dorf.

Luzia knows the peaks of the Simplon region through many beautiful tours.

Lukas especially appreciates the many opportunities to make beautiful and varied tours in the Simplon area.

Mountain sports is more than just a hobby for Nathalie. She is a multiple ski touring world champion.

Frequently asked questions

How does the Winterapp work?

With the Simplon Winterapp you earn one point per tour. You can redeem this point for great rewards.

How much does participation cost?

The participation costs Fr. 25 / € 20 and is valid for one winter season.

How many tours can I do?

There are 25 tours at your disposal. Some are snowshoe routes, but most are ski tours.

How can I participate?

Register via this website. Create a personal account and log in on the Simplon Winterapp.

How can I pay?

Once you have registered, you can test the app for 7 days. We will send you an invoice by post or e-mail.

How long do I have to complete the tours?

From December to April you can collect points. Do not put yourself in danger and only undertake tours when conditions are good.

Snow sports and respect

Enjoying snow sports in the freedom, respecting and protecting nature. For more information about wildlife rest areas and tips for a considerate relationship between alpinists and nature: