On September 30, 2023, the one-month registration period for the Patrouille des Glaciers 2024 concluded successfully, with a slightly higher number of registered patrols compared to the previous edition in 2022. The Patrouille des Glaciers command is particularly pleased with the increase in participants from German-speaking Switzerland and the higher percentage of female participants compared to PdG 2022. There will be no draw within the P4 category (“Tirage au Sort”), and all registrations can be considered.
Rescheduling of civilian patrols from Race A2 to A1 (Arolla – Verbier)
For race A2, the number of registrations exceeds the allowed maximum number of possible starts. For safety reasons, random patrols from course A2 will be rescheduled to A1. Affected patrols by the change will be notified directly by email end of November.
Achieve Greater Heights Together: The PdG 2024 is around the corner
It’s a bit less than six months until the legendary ski touring race begins: From April 15th to 21st , 2024, around 1,600 military and civilian teams will once again embark on the highly challenging alpine route from Zermatt or Arolla to Verbier. The Patrouille des Glaciers command is on course to successfully organize the races next year and is delighted by the great interest in PdG 2024.