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Climbing Monch and Jungfrau in the Bernese Alps, Switzerland (2 days)

Discover the wonderful peaks of the Bernese Alps, Switzerland with Fede, IFMGA mountain guide from Spain. Follow him during two days up the Monch and Jungfrau mountains!

Mountain RangeAlps
Duration2 days
Offer periodJun, Jul, Aug, Sep
Skill LevelIntermediate
Fitness LevelFit
Type of tripPrivate


  • The trip includes a ride on the Jungfraujoch train, Europe's highest railway.

  • Ascend the most representative peaks of this section of the Alps.

  • Enjoy the impressive glaciers and stunning views.


Three peaks in the Bernese Alps in Switzerland are in every mountaineer’s dreams. Follow me to climb two of those three: the Monch and Jungfrau on this incredible 2-day adventure.

On our first day, we’ll ride the Jungfraujoch train, Europe’ highest railway. The ride through the North Face of Eiger, the other famous peak in the Bernese Alps, is absolutely stunning and one of the highlights of this trip. We’ll hop off at the Jungfraujoch station, where breathtaking views of the Monch and Jungfrau glacier await us. Then, we’ll climb the Monch glacier, through the South-East ridge. If there’s time, we can also climb the South-West ridge. We’ll spend the night at the Mönchsjoch Hut.

On the second day, we’ll climb Jungfrau through the Rottelsattel Route. We’ll descend through the same route and take the train back to Grindelwald.

This trip is for people with experience in alpine climbing. We’ll be ascending some 45 degree slopes with easy rock. Of course, I will be there to help and guide you!

So follow me on this unforgettable trip in the stunning Alps. Book your trip now and get ready for a thrilling adventure!

For more climbing trips, check out the ones I offer to Pic du Midi d’Ossau and Chamonix.


More info

Make sure to bring: -Harness -Helmet -2 lock carabiners -Life line -Crampons & Ice Axe -30-liter backpack -Alpine boots -Headlamp + extra batteries -Softshell pants -Waterproof pants (in case of bad weather) -Base layer pants (in case of low temps) -Hat -Beannie -Buff -Sunglasses -Goggles (in case of bad weather) -Flask (Camelbacks freeze!) -Water gourde -2 pair of gloves -Snacks -Insulated Jacket -Shell jacket -Fleece -Base Layer Shirt -ID card and/or passport -Cash -Sunscreen + lip balm -Trekking pole.

Meeting point

Grindelwald Train Station.


About the guide

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Fede was born in1983 in the Basque Country, northern Spain, where he started climbing and visiting the Pyrenees. After studying Business Management, he finally moved to the Pyrenees to be closer to his passion.

Fede has been working for more than 13 years in the outdoors industry, as a Ski Patrol, Mountain Guide, Canyon Guide and Ski Instructor.

Nowadays, he is a full-time IFMGA Mountain Guide, sharing with his clients all sorts of activities in the Pyrenees, the Alps, Canada, Norway, Morroco, Peru, and others.

He has lived in both Canada and France, so he will have no trouble in speaking French, English or Italian.

Apart from his private trips with his clients, he also works for several well recognized companies, for the filming industry and writes for specialized magazines, for example:
- Filming safety Consultant for BEAR GRYLLS'S survival shows, such as Running Wild...
- Ski guide for ICE CREEK LODGE, BC, Canada
- Instructor and guide for the FRENCH ALPINE CLUB (CAF)
- Instructor for Mountain Training School (MTS), based in Alaska
- Writer for different Spanish magazines, such as DESNIVEL and GRANDES ESPACIOS.

Enjoy his human skills and the finest guiding quality. Guaranteed!

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Prices per person

Group of 1

EUR 1500 each

Group of 2

EUR 800 each

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Price includes

- Guiding fee

- Accommodation

- Transport during the trip

- Meals: Breakfast, Dinner

Price details

Price does not include transportation to meeting point or extra expenses.

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