OverviewChüebodenhorn 3070m is a mountain in the southern part of Switzerland, on the boarder of the canton Valais (Wallis) and Ticino (Tessin). He is in the Lepontine Alps and the Ticino Alps, located in the Bedretto valley (Val Bedretto) and in the northeast of the Nufenen mountain pass. Directly in the south of the Chüebodenhorn is the Geren-mountain pass 2691m.
To the north of the Chüebodenhorn you find the "Rotondo glacier" (Ghiacciaio del Rotondo) and in the south the rapidly melting "Chüeboden glacier".
In the neighborhood one found the mountains Pizzo Rotondo 3192m, Witenwasserenstock 3082m, Pizzo Pesciora 3120m and Poncione di Cassina Baggio 2860m.
Route & DifficultySummer route afoot:
Best start in the village All'Acqua 1614m in the Bedretto valley.
from there you go to the Piansecco hut 1982m (where you can sleep). continue to Geren pass 2691m and over the south-southwest flank to the summit of Chüebodenhorn 3071m.
Difficulty: L (F) or T4
Winter/Spring route with ski:
With ski one goes the same route as in the summer. See above.
Online maps for Switzerland:
Map Search - Online Maps
AccommodationsPiansecco hut 1982m - Link: www.piansecco hut.ch
Getting ThereBy public transport:
SBB Gotthard-railway to the village Airolo and with the yellow post-bus into the Bedretto valley (Val Bedretto). Until to the village All'Acqua 1614m.
Online train&bus schedule (public transport Switzerland): SBB schedule
By the Gotthard-tunnel to village Airolo and into the Bedretto valley (Val Bedretto). Until to the village All'Acqua 1614m
Online Route scheduler: route scheduler in english and TCS.ch
Weather, climate and snow conditions in SwitzerlandFederal Office of Meteorology and Climatology
Swiss Federal Institute for Snow and Avalanche Research Davos: www.slf.ch
LinksSwitzerland Tourism: www.myswitzerland.com
Ticino tourism: www.ticino.ch
Valais tourism: www.valaistourism.ch
Good and favorable accommodations: www.rooms.ch
For further accommodations see here: www.tourism-switzerland.ch
In Memory of Cyrill RüeggerA note from the SP staff
Cyrill Rüegger, the member we all used to know as Cyrill and Digitalis, died on June 13th 2009 in an avalanche on the summit ridge of Piz Palü together with his wife Tanja and a common friend. They were swept down by the avalanche into a couloir underneath the east summit and died instantly. Their bodies were retrieved from the Palü Glacier by helicopter a day after the accident.
Cyrill joined SP in March 2006 and soon was one of the most prolific contributors on the site with almost 70 mountain and 5 range pages to his profile. He was an accomplished climber, bagging almost 1000 summits in not quite seven years. Among them are 35 4000ers and 272 3000ers, almost all of them in his home country Switzerland.
While contributing a lot on SP, Cyrill's real internet home was www.hikr.org where he contributed 585 mountain profiles and reports in his native language German. Cyrill also posted on www.bergsteigen.at and other climbing sites, often under his real name but also under the pseudonym Digitalis. He was a botanist by profession and also contributed his knowledge about medical plants to different websites. Cyrill will be greatly missed by all.
This page will be kept in honour of Cyrill, one of SP's most prolific members and most active mountaineers.
Rest in peace, brother!
The picture above was taken on the summit of Matterhorn on July 28th 2007.