Switzerland - Europe
Your advantages at a glance:
- Two ski four-thousanders in Valais, the canton with the most four-thousand-meter peaks
- adapted group sizes for the best possible care
- long runs over the glacier, partly shortened by the use of lifts and cable cars
- High alpine environment, fantastic views
- Overnight in the famous Britannia hut of the SAC
Certified Mountain Guide IFMGA and Snow Sports Instructor with Federal Certificate of higher vocational Education und Training
|CHF 499.-||(per person / 4 - 6 Participants)|
per person with 5 to 6 participants. Included are the guiding by a certified Swiss Mountain Guide, guide fees and rental material.
Not included are accommodation with half-board in the cottage, transport costs, drinks and snacks.
Enjoy the ski touring, secure mastery of the parallel swing in every type of snow, condition for 3 to 6 hours of ascent. Depending on the circumstances, climbs on foot with the crampons.
Climbing the two ski four-thousanders Allalinhorn and Strahlhorn, great views and rewarding descents included!
Saturday: Meeting point at 8:30 am at the base station of the Alpin Express in Saas Fee (a detailed timetable for the arrival by public transport is enclosed with the registration confirmation. For those who can not or do not arrive so early we like to reserve an overnight stay from Friday to Saturday in Saas Fee). Travel by train to Mittelallalin, from where we ascend on our skis towards Feejoch and in good conditions up to the summit of Allalinhorn, 4027 m. Under certain circumstances, we climb the last few meters on foot with crampons on the rope of the mountain guide on this popular ski four-thousander. After the descent on the Feegletscher we reach with the help of the ski lifts to the Egginerjoch and from there in half an hour to the Britannia hut. Dinner together and tour preparation for the next day.
Total walking time approx. 3 hours.
Sunday: After breakfast we start at night with a first small descent our ascent via the Allalingletscher to Adlerpass, 3789 m. From the pass, the route steepens, depending on the circumstances, a short climb on foot is necessary. The last few meters are flat again and we can enjoy the tremendous view of the surrounding four-thousander from the summit of the Strahlhorn, 4190 m. Departure back to the Eagle Pass and over the first steep slope down to the Eagle Glacier and on via the Findel Glacier to Gant and on to Zermatt. After the end of the course in the afternoon individual journey home from Zermatt. Total walking time approx. 6 hours.