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Allalinhorn 4027m

My first 4000m peak! The Allalin is known as one of the easier 4000m peaks in the Alps and offers an unforgetable experience for good hikers which aim higher!   Some regard the Allalinhorn as a training tour, others take it on for acclimatisation and for quite a few others it is a real holiday highlight and possibly the only 4000er they will ever climb. Whatever your goal, it will be an unforgettable experience.   +  Easy glacier tour. Minimal gradient. +  Good basic fitness level required.   Ascent 500m in 2.5hrs                   Descent 500m in 1.5hrs     Group tour When              every Monday, Wednesday and Saturday or on request Price CHF 210 per person The max. number of participants per group is 4. Therefore, from five participants and up, a second guide is necessary.   Private tour (please select "Inquire Booking") When on request Price 1 participant   CHF 660 per person 2 participants CHF 330 per person 3 participants CHF 270 per person 4 participants CHF 210 per person 5 participants CHF 285 per person* 6 participants CHF 270 per person* 7 participants CHF 225 per person* 8 participants CHF 210 per person*   *Our max. group size is 4 participants. From 5 participants and up, a second guide is necessary. Equipment required climbing harness crampons with antibott hiking pole with large basket windproofed and warm clothing (possibly gaiters) gloves beanie/hat sunglasses and sun protection Equipment hire: CHF 25 for climbing harness, crampons with antibott and hiking pole

Nadelhorn 4327m from Mischabel Hut

The Nadelhorn is aptly named as in German the term refers to a great needle as when viewed from the Southwest, the peak appears sharply pointed with a hole just below the summit. Its is the easiest climb in the dramatic Mischabel Group but still requires very good physical fitness and solid footwork in crampons. The climb is varied in different conditions and the final summit push requires some easy scrambling in rock and ice. The proximity and views of the other dramatic peaks in the Mischabel Group is spectacular.   The day begins with an early morning alpine start at the Mischabel Hut. Under the light of our headlamps we follow a rocky path to reach the Hohbalm Glacier. We traverse the glacier and ascend up a steep snow slope to the Windjoch at 3850m. Here an amazing sunrise with endless views awaits. We reach the summit by following a snow ridge that is the ideal and direct line to the highest point in the sky. The 360 degree view from the summit is vast and nothing short of breath-taking. It is only interrupted by the nearby Lenzspitze and the mighty Dom. The descent is via the same route.   ++  Tour of medium difficulty, easy rock.  ++  Good average athletic fitness.   Ascent 1000m in 4hrs Descent 1000m in 2hrs     Price CHF 485.- per person (excl. the overnight stay in the hut) max. 2 persons per guide   Equipment required: climbing harness crampons with antibott ice axe hiking pole head lamp windproof and warm clothing (possibly gaiters) gloves beanie or hat sunglasses and sun protection Equipment hire:  CHF 25 for climbing harness, crampons, ice axe & hiking pole

The Dom 4545m from the Dom hut

At 4545 meters the Dom is the highest peak entirely within Switzerland and the third highest in the Alps. Summiting the highest peak in the imposing Mischabel group remains a goal for many an ambitious mountaineer. While less travelled than the other famed high peaks like the Mont Blanc and Dufourspitze the splendid feeling of being underway on one of the most beautiful snow peaks in the Alps with stunning panoramic scenery. Even though its technically not difficult, the elevation as well as the length of the trip are very demanding due to no cable car access. It is therefore advisable to prepare yourself accordingly and it is ideal to arrive 1-2 days prior to acclimatize.  This climb requires a very early morning alpine start. From the Dom hut a trail continues along a moraine to the Festi Glacier. We ascend along the northern edge of the glacier and finally scramble up some easy rocks to the Festijoch and the Hohberg Glaciers. After an initially flat section, the steep route takes us to the saddle between the fore-summit and the main summit of the Dom before we reach the top. Up here, the world is at your feet and the 360 degree view is extraordinarily impressive. The descent is via the same route.   ++   Snow tour of medium difficulty. +++  Very good athletic fitness. Acclimatisation advantageous   Ascent 1600m in 6hrs Descent 1600m in 3hrs     Private tour CHF 1320 for 1-2 persons (excl. the overnight stay in the hut)   Equipment required: climbing harness crampons with antibott ice axe hiking pole head lamp windproof and warm clothing (possibly gaiters) gloves beanie or hat sunglasses and sun protection Equipment hire:  CHF 25 for climbing harness, crampons, ice axe & hiking pole