Join Yannick, an IFMGA-certified mountain guide, for this 2 day adventure that combines a summit of Jungfrau, a 4,000m peak in the Swiss Alps, with a stunning paraglide descent that takes you straight to Interlaken!
This paralpinism adventure combines the incredible experiences of mountaineering with the soaring vistas of paragliding! You will summit a 4,000 meter peak in the Swiss Alps before taking off from the mountain and flying back to town!
Our journey begins in Interlaken. From there, we hop on the train that takes us through the tunnels of the Eiger, where we can admire the interior of the legendary mountain. After we disembark the train, we head to the Mönschjoch Hut, where we will rest and sleep before our early 3AM summit push.
Our journey to the summit begins with a gentle glacier walk. Then, we have an easy climb up rock before we cross a snow covered saddle. After this, we have two more hours remaining until we reach the summit. The landscape steepens as we continue, and, depending on conditions, we might have to use belays during certain passages. For the most part, the terrain is ice and snow, with a few sections of exposed rock.
Once we reach the summit, we will take in the view at 4,158 meters, enjoying our accomplishment. Then, we prepare for our flight by descending about 50m to the summit of Wengen Jungfrau, which will be our take-off point. After soaring above the valley for 18km, we touch down in the center Interlaken, which will surely amuse the tourists!
Note that Jungfrau is a steeper and more technical mountain than Allalinhorn or Weissmies. You should be comfortable walking with crampons and using an ice axe. In order to participate in this program, you will be required to provide a reference of a similarly difficult peak you’ve climbed.
We will spend the night in the Mönschjoch Hut on the mountain
Fun, safe & good bloke.
Group of 1
|EUR 1238 each|
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- Guiding fee
Price includes: Professional guide/paraglide driver, photos taken during the ascent and descent. Does not include: Cable car and lift fees, climbing equipment, half-board in huts, or overnight lodging in mountain hut.