At 3,248 m (10,656 ft), Wildhorn stands between the cantons of Bern and Valais. It forms a wide glaciated massif and boasts several summits that are all amazing to climb. Additionally, it is also surrounded by beautiful mountain lakes. Don’t miss the chance to discover the amazing Wildhorn in the Bernese Alps with one of the guides at Explore-Share.com, 70+ countries and more than 8000 different programs to choose from!
At 3,248 m (10,656 ft), Wildhorn is a breathtaking mountain in the Bernese Alps that is made up of several summits. Climbing this beautiful peak requires some technical skills including the use of ice-axe and crampons, however, it is not such a difficult climb, and there are options for climbers with varying degrees and levels of experience. Climb to the top of the stunning Wildhorn with one of the certified guides at explore-share.com and enjoy a unique mountaineering adventure in the Bernese Alps!
Average winter temperatures range between -10° / -17°, average summer temperatures range between 8° / -2°.
The starting point for a Wildhorn climb is the town of Lenk. You can get there by train from Montreux and Interlaken or drive. Another option is to start from Lauenen to which you can get to by bus from Gstaad.
During spring is the best time for climbing, although summer and autumn are also a possibility.
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