If you are looking for less-traveled mountain horizons, this is the ideal program for you! A 5-day trip in the Bernese Alps, climbing glacial peaks like Wildhorn and Wildstrubel.
This is a unique spot with amazing views of some of the highest mountains in the Alps. The peaks we are going to climb in this trip are between the Bernese Oberand, the Canton of Valais and Mont Blanc.
We are going to focus on the ascent of Wildhorn (3248 m) and Wildstrubel (3244 m), which are two glacial massifs. Between them, there are two large ice plateaus: Plaine Morte and Alpage du Ramil. However, we also include an extra 3000 m peak that offers an incredible panoramic view!
Neither of this peaks have an excessive height, so you don’t need to have a previous mountaineering experience. Because of this, I recommend this trip as a great approach to the mountains as well as the opportunity to know a less traveled area of the Alpine Region.
We’ll be hiking in several types of terrain, like rock, ice and snow. Most of the trails are good, but there are also some paths which are barely visible. Sometimes we’ll hike with ropes or protected by a chain or rope.
But the most important is that we’ll walk without hurry, so we’ll enjoy the environment around us!
Please contact me if you want to be a part of this trip. I will be glad to take you to this beautiful part of the Bernese Alps!
Price per person
|Group of 2||1008EUR|
|Group of 3||692EUR|
|Group of 4||525EUR|
|Group of 5||499EUR|
|Group of 6||478EUR|
- Guiding fee
Pleasant comfortable refuges.
No previous experience is necessary or proper physical condition.