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Mischabel Group: 5 x 4,000m Summits in 4 days

Climb 5 amazing 4000 meter plus peaks in the spectacular Mischabel group in the Swiss Alps with UIAGM certified guide Philipp.

Mountain RangeAlps
Duration4 days
Offer periodJun, Jul, Aug, Sep, Oct
Skill LevelIntermediate
Fitness LevelFit
Type of tripPrivate


  • Climb 5 fantastic peaks in the Mischabel group in the Swiss Alps.

  • Spend your nights in 2 different alpine huts.

  • Enjoy each peak's unique set of views.


The Mischabel group features an incredible collection of peaks. In fact, there are 5 amazing summits in the group that you can climb during this 4 day expedition. Furthermore, each one of those summits is part of the 82, 4000 meter plus summits in the Alps.

The five summits we will be climbing to in the Mischabel group include the Needlehorn (4,327m), Lenzspitze (4,294m), Stecknadelhorn (4,241m), Hohberghorn (4,219m) and Durrenhorn (4,035m). Each one of these magnificent peaks offers its own unique climbing experience. They also offer their own set of amazing views of the incomparable Alps mountain range.

Since we will be climbing to five different summits in just four days, it is necessary that participants on this trip have prior climbing experience. Moreover, this trip will see you climbing for approximately 10 hours per day. You will also be ascending between 1,000 and 1,500 meters per day. As a result, you should be in good physical condition.

A complete trip for the complete mountaineer, the trip also involves visits to Gassenlied, Hanigalp and Saas Fee. You will also be spending your nights in two comfortable alpine huts: the Bordierhutte (2,886m) and the Mischabelhutte (3,329m).

Climbing to the summits of the peaks in the Mischabel group is an adventure you will never forget. If you would like to join me on this 4 day expedition, just send me a request.

I also offer a 3 day starter climbing trip that will take you to the summits of Weissmies and the Lagginhorn, which you can enjoy here.



The Bordierhütte and the Mischabelhütte.