Monte Cervino one week guided ascent

Challenge yourself in this 7-day ascent to Monte Cervino along with Fede, IFMGA mountain guide from Spain. The jewel of the Alps!




Trip Duration

7 days

Mountain Range


People per Guide

1 person

Trip Level


Offer Period

Jun, Jul, Aug, Sep

Type of Trip

Not specified



    Monte Cervino, also know as “Matterhorn” is the great mythical mountain of the Alps. Its unmistakable silhouette feeds the dream of all climbers who come here each year. With strength, dedication and professional guidance this ascent can become a reality!

    That’s why I invite you to enjoy this incredible week in Monte Cervino. I propose a training and acclimatization process to have the greatest chances of success.

    Our meeting point will be in Herbrüggen (Mattertal) where we’ll have a briefing talk and the equipment check. On day 2 we will take the Klein Matterhorn cable car. From there on, we’ll start the technical and mental preparation to climb this challenging summit.

    If you want to be part of this experience you should have a good fitness level and some mountain techniques. Keep in mind we must use technical gear during the ascent and it is essential that you know how to handle it in height.

    Come climb the mythical Monte Cervino with me and make your dream come true. All you have to do is sending me your request to book the trip. I’ll be waiting for your message!

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    Price per person

    Group of 1
    2100 EUR


    Price includes

    • Guiding fee
     The price does not include: transportation, accommodation in the hut (personal and guide's), cable cars, meals, personal gear.


    • Day 1Herbrüggen

      Meeting in Herbrüggen, near Zermatt. Briefing of the week and material check. Dinner at the hotel.

    • Day 2Breithorn - Guides d'Ayas hut

      Klein Matterhorn cable car and ascent to Breithorn. Descent to Guides d’Ayas hut (5-6 hours).

    • Day 3Breithorn traverse

      Crossing the Breithorn. Descent to Herbrüggen. Dinner and night in hotel.

    • Day 4Hörnli hut

      Approach to the Hörnli hut.

    • Day 5Summit day

      Ascent to the Monte Cervino and descent to the Schwarzsee hut.

    • Day 6Zermatt

      Descent to Zermatt.


    Other details

    Skill level required


    Fitness level required


    Meeting point



    In mountain huts


    About the Guide


    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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    What People are Saying about Fede San Sebastián


    Fantastic climb! We were the only people climbing the normal route so we had the mountain to ourselves. Fede was great, highly professional, and he assessed the risks very well. Highly recommended!
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    Maris Paurs
    1st class guide. Excellent scramble.
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    Giles Austin

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