The Verwall is an extensive mountain area. It is situated north of the famous Rätikon and Silvretta. But unlike the Silvretta, Verwall has no striking peaks and glaciers. So skip Verwall and dive into Silvretta?
That depends. It is a relatively quiet destination in summertime. Yet, the Verwall is a lofty area, with several peaks above 3000 meters, such as the Hohe Riffler (3168 m), consisting of darkly coloured rock, with steep flank and corrie's filled with rumble. Well into summer, one might expect some snowfields. Therefore, light crampons and walking sticks are recommended.
The area is stocked with sufficient huts. Long traverses and tours are perfectly possible.