The alert was raised when the skiers neglected to touch base at a peak lodge more than 3,000m (9,850ft) above ocean level.
Police said one was slaughtered in a fall while three others kicked the bucket of hypothermia.
Nearby police said in an announcement that 14 individuals had been “caught by awful climate [and] compelled to spend the night outside in the Pigne d’Arolla territory”.
The gathering set out from the Dix rest-stop along a course known as the Serpentine. intending to touch base at Vignettes soon thereafter.
The supervisor of a lodge in Vignettes conveyed a pain call at an opportune time Monday morning after they neglected to arrive, and seven helicopters were dispatched as a component of a hunt activity.
The occurrence takes after the passing a month ago of three Spanish crosscountry skiers who were overwhelmed by a torrential slide in the Fiescheralp territory of the Swiss Alps.