The summit is easy, most of it is marked. We climbed the west side down. Not a good choice, the rock is steep and loose on the first part. You need a tent because you end up in the curciusa valley and it takes a day or so to reach the nearest town. Nice adventure though ;-)
Nice skitour from Berghus (2033 m). We were lucky to find this weathergap during a weekend full of snow and rain. A busy skitour, for a good reason.
Foggy day. With my loved Inti.
Icy, but nice. Possible to do the top without crampons.
Nice ski tour from the Frontiera Svizzera. With Valerio
From Spluga's pass. East ridge. Very hot day. Extreme beautiful and rewarding.
half a meter of snow on the top
I climbed the normal route from Passo Spluga. The final rocks are nice to climb and the views from the summit are really great
I was lucky, it was one of the fiew days with good weather in a rainy, rainy august, the summit and the north face was covered by snow.
Beautiful skitour to Piz Tambo 3279m
The pictures are here: Link to Piz Tambo 3279m
Normal route form the Spluga Pass. A lot of deep and wet snow.
Normal form the Spluga.
Very nice view form the top, on of the best of Alps
Easy, be carefull the last 300meters
I started early (5,45 a.m.) south of Spluegen/Spluga pass at 2060 m with already enough snow for the ski. One steep slope (ski crampons necessary) and some gentle slopes lead to the main ridge west of the Lattenhorn where I met the busy route from swiss side. Behind P.3096 m I left ski in front of the steep final slope and climbed that one by foot with using an ice axe and crampons, 35 degress steepness, some rocks, a little bit exposed. I heard that somebody fell to death here one year ago. The summit is very narrow and a great viewpont, with views from Ortler to Monte Rosa. After descent I took downhill to the swiss side where snow conditions were better (harder) and had some great firn skiing. Along the pass road I walked back to my car on the italian side.
Very popular trip in spring after the opening of the Spluegen/Spluga pass road (about 50 persons climbed Tambo that day)