Full day of climbing of Zervreilahorn (2898 m), Switzerland

Join Paul, an IFMGA mountain guide, on this one-day program to climb Zervreilahorn (2898m) in Vals, Switzerland.




Trip Duration

1 day

Mountain Range


People per Guide

2 people

Trip Level


Offer Period

Jun, Jul, Aug, Sep, Oct

Type of Trip

Not specified



    Zervreilahorn (2898m), a sharp granite peak, stands alone overlooking the pristine waters of the lake Zervreilasee, South-west of Vals, in the canton of Graubünden. Its almost 3000 meters are sheathed by the finest rock and surrounded by the most magnificent landscape.

    I designed a full-day program to climb this torn and jagged ridge whether through a difficult route or across a simpler one. We can take routes such as Medea, Fahnenroute, Nanouk, Braveheart, Kleopatra, Katharsis, Oceano Naranjo or Atacama, among others. The important thing is that you enjoy the experience and get to admire this area from a unique perspective.

    Even though we can choose our route, you need a strong background in climbing and a very good physical condition to sign up.

    You won’t regret it, I promise. You just need to click the request button, and let me take care of the rest.  

    You can also join a one-week alpine climbing training program in the Furka Pass, Switzerland. 

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    Price per person

    Group of 1
    650 CHF


    Price includes

    • Guiding fee

    Other details

    Skill level required


    Fitness level required



    About the Guide


    I have been a guide for the past 19 years. The fascinating and unique impressions of the mountain world are what motivate me the most. I love introducing my guests to the different aspects of climbing and skiing and other activities up in the mountain.

    I spend my winters between Disents/ Mustér, Andermatt and also all over the Alps, where freeriding and skitouring is the star activity. When spring begins, I like traveling to the north for Fjord and Fjell, Ski and Sail touring and also to the Caucasian mountains. Later, in the summer, I love going on multi pitch rock climbing, mainly in the Swiss Alps, Dolomites and Chamonix. A great part of my experience has also been on several 4,000m+ peaks in the Alps and some mountains all around the world.

    My specialties as a guide include skiing, mountaneering in rock and ice, and challenging climbs in limestone and granite. I always work to adapt the different options to the goals and desires of my guests.

    Another part of my job has to do with Swiss Mountain Guide education. For the past 8 years I have been teaching different courses to aspirant guides.

    Safety is a core value for me. This is the key to returning back home with the certainty of having experienced one-of-a-kind and enriching holidays. I look forward to guiding you soon, whether it is climbing, skiing or mountaineering.



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