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Top Mountain Climbing Trips in Breithorn









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Located in the Pennine Alps on Italy’s border with Switzerland, between the Matterhorn and Monte Rosa, the Breithorn is a can’t-miss climb for aspiring mountaineers. Rising to an altitude of 4,164 meters, many consider Breithorn to be the easiest 4,000m peak in the Alps, although its routes range in complexity and difficulty of technical skills required. The Normal route of the Breithorn can be climbed in a single day, making it a popular option new mountaineers looking to build their skills. It is also a great mountain to climb in combination with its more challenging neighbors for training or acclimatization purposes.




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What’s the weather like?

While the weather is typically chilly, July and August are the warmest months on Breithorn. If temperatures are warm enough for the glacier to melt, it is necessary to get an early start to avoid dangerous conditions.


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How long should I stay?

Breithorn can be climbed in 1 day, or combined with nearby peaks for a multi-day adventure.

Country Code

+39 (Italy) or +41 (Switzerland)

Best time to climb

June to September






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