Piz Quattervals: Das Dach des Nationalparks

26.9 km
11:15 h
2490 Hm
2490 Hm
Auf dem Gipfelgrat des Piz Quattervals, Blick nach Norden. Im Mittelgrund der Spi da Tantermozza, im Hintergrund die Berge der Silvrettagruppe.
Blick vom Piz Quattervals nach Süden. Rechts der Piz d’Esan, in der Mitte die Val Trupchun und hinten die Dörfer Madulain und La Punt im Oberengadin.

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Auf 2500 m wird das Gelände etwas flacher, der Piz Quattervals ist in Sichtweite. Bald verliert sich der Weg in den Steinen.
Challenging alpine mountain tour (T5) to the only mountain completely located in the national park that can be climbed. The route impresses with a block glacier and beautiful high mountain vegetation – from the summit there is also an exceptional view over the entire Central and Eastern Alps.
Technik /6
Kondition 5/6
Höchster Punkt  3163 m
Tiefster Punkt  1468 m
Beste Jahreszeit
Zernez train station (1471 m above sea level.M.)
Zernez train station (1471 m above sea level.M.)
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The tour leads from the wildly romantic Chamanna Cluozza (overnight) through the Valletta to the Piz Quattervals. The ascent is considered alpinistically demanding. Capricorns can often be observed in the rocks and a ground at almost 2500 m above sea level offers a diverse alpine flora in July with Mont Cenis bellflower, creeping carnation root and stemless limeweed. From an altitude of 2500 m above sea level, the tracks are lost. It is stipulated that the Piz Quattervals may only be climbed from the Val Cluozza through the side valley Valletta. Other routes are not allowed. Attention, especially in high and late summer the Piz Quattervalls is considered rockfall dangerous.

Note: Dogs are not allowed in the Swiss National Park, not even on a leash. For more information and all protections, see nationalpark.ch/schutzbestimmungen.


Alpine Route (white-blue-white). The tour is only recommended for mountaineering experienced hikers with appropriate equipment. Avalanches may be expected on snow-covered flanks, and there is a risk of falling rocks in places when the flank is overcast.

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Helmet, sturdy hiking boots or mountain boots, warm clothing, sun and rain protection, hiking poles if required, map material. Depending on the snow conditions, pimples and crampons are advisable.


From Zernez train station (1474 m above sea level) through Val Cluozza, the oldest part of the Swiss National Park, to Chamanna Cluozza (see route Chamanna Cluozza). Before climbing Piz Quatterval Overnight stay in Chamanna Cluozza (1862 m a.s.l.) – advance booking required (www.cluozza.ch / Tel.  +41 81 856 12 35).

From the Chamanna, the route first descends to the Ova da Cluozza, crosses the stream (1835 m above sea level) and flows into the Valletta. There the path initially follows the course of the stream and then climbs steadily along the western flank of the valley. The lower rock bar (2200 m above sea level) is bypassed on the right, the upper one (2400 m above sea level) is crossed. The further path leads over a wide rock glacier and reaches the first snowfields in midsummer at about 2700 m above sea level. In early summer, when hard snow still covers the entire northern flank of Piz Quatterval, a route directly from the north is advisable from here. In case of stronger aperation, it is advisable to climb the northwest ridge and reach the summit via point 2985. For the ascent, the low-debris areas should be chosen (danger of falling rocks by preceding alpinists). After fresh snowfall, a possible avalanche danger must also be taken into account when climbing through the north side. The path over the northwest ridge leads over block rubble and rock bands to the summit (3165 m above sea level). The way back leads over the northwest ridge or directly over the north flank again through the Valletta back to Chamanna Cluozza.


Öffentliche Verkehrsmittel

  • With the Rhaetian Railway (from Chur, Prättigau, Upper and Lower Engadine) hourly to Zernez

Arrival information

  • From the north: via Landquart – Klosters by car transport through the Vereina tunnel (Selfranga - Sagliains) or over the Flüela Pass into the Lower Engadine on H27
  • From the east: via Landeck / Austria in the direction of St. Moritz on H27
  • From the south: via Reschenpass (Nauders-Martina) or Ofenpass (Val Müstair-Zernez) on H27
  • Zernez is located directly on the Engadine road H27.


  • Free parking at the train station, in the village and at the visitor center of the National Park in Zernez.

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