9/5/11 – Bernese Oberland in pictures

The Konkordiaplatz from the Konkordiahuette (2,850m)

With good reason, the Bernese Oberland is a popular and busy spot for ski touring.

Two of the three huts we stayed in were virtually fully booked this weekend, and nearly every slope we skinned up or skiied down was tracked to some extent.

En route to the Hollandiahuette, with part of the Aletschhorn behind

But as you can see from these pictures, even when it’s crawling with tourers and climbers in the high mountains, there is no shortage of space.

View to the Konkordiaplatz from the Hollandiahuette at 6.30am

You still only see a dozen other people on each day’s journey.

The Loetschental, with the Hollandiahuette a speck on the horizon

Enjoy these pictures of some of the wonderful views we enjoyed during this tour – although remember, the weather this spring has been exceptionally brilliant for ski touring. On my first hut-to-hut tour, in the Silvretta region a few years ago, it was thick fog every day…

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