Join me on a 2-day ascent of the stunning Alphubel by the Rotgrat, in the Pennine Alps, in Switzerland. The Alphubel (4206m) has a characteristic trapezoid shape. Its summit is an iced plateau. In fact, the glacier covers the eastern side, while the western face is rocky and steep.
The ascent by the Rotgrat is quite demanding. Thus, this route is for mountaineers with experience.
On the first day we ascend until the Täsch hut (2701m). The views over the Rimpfishhorn, another 4000er in the area, are beautiful from this hut. Then the following day we ascent the Alphubel, reaching 4206 meters.
The top reasons why I enjoy guiding my friends and clients here are:
– A beautiful (and demanding) ascent
– Amazing rock
– It’s not one of the main tracks
Tempted to summit this beautiful mountain? Then please send me a request and let’s set out on a true adventure! If you don’t have so much experience, I have another fantastic mountaineering option: the Matterhorn week.