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Climbing Lagginhorn in 2 days

A certified mountain guide will take you to the top of Lagginhorn, in the Pennine Alps. The perfect peak to try rock climbing on your first four-thousander!

Mountain RangeAlps
Duration2 days
Offer periodJun, Jul, Aug, Sep
Skill LevelBeginner
Fitness LevelFit
Type of tripNot specified

Description

The ascent of Lagginhorn (4010m) is the perfect option if you want to try summiting a not so technical four-thousander. We will ascend this peak of the Pennine Alps, in Switzerland, through the west ridge. It is also called the normal route.

This ascent will take 2 days. We’ll meet in Saas Grund in the mid-morning. During this first day we’ll go up to the Weissmies hut (2726m). Then, the second day will be summit day!

The difficulty level of this ascent is medium, which is a big plus if you don’t have so much experience. In fact, the West ridge of Lagginhorn is a great option if you are looking for your first four-thousander rock climbing ascent.

The top reasons why I like guiding my friends and clients up there are:
– An aesthetic line
– A technically affordable ascent
– A great training for more demanding tours

Want to try this ascent with me? Then don’t hesitate to send me a request, I would love to take you up there! 

Accommodation

At the Weissmies hut.

Disclaimer

The program is subjected to modifications due to weather and terrain conditions.

More info

We can buy a picnic at the hut.

Meeting point

At Saas Grund in the mid-morning.

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Prices per person

Group of 1

CHF 1222 each

Group of 2

CHF 671 each

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Price includes

• Guiding fee

Price details

• Please note that my expenses (accommodation and meals) are not included in the price but you have to cover them.


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