Travel to the Alps, to the Saas region. We will leave at dawn and arrive at the hotel late in the afternoon. We will stay and have dinner at the same hotel.
The adventure begins. First, we will climb on the first cable car to Klein Matterhorn. From there we will ascend to our first summit, the Breithorn (4165 mt) and then finally descend to the Guida Vall d’Ayas hut (3200 mt).
We will leave at dawn and direct ourselves to the refuge towards Castor (4226 mt).
We will descend by its spectacular edge to the Felik glacier to slip through it to the Quintino Sella hut (3200 mt).
We will leave the shelter and direct ourselves towards the valley that we descended the previous day. Then we will access the Liskam Glacier and cross it until we reach the point where we can ascend the summit of Naso del Liskamm (4272 mt).From there, we can descend directly to the refuge or make another climb to the Pyramid Vincent (4270 mt).
We will finish the day at the Gnifetti hut(3611 mt).
From Gnifetti shelter we will ascend to the Margarita Refuge, the highest in Europe located at Punta Gnifetti or Signalkuppe at (4554 mt).
On the way we can ascend to different peaks: Balmenhorn (4167 mt ), Corno Nero (4322 mt), Ludwigshöhe (4342 mt), Parrotpitze (4436 mt) Zumsteinpitze (4563 mt).
Descent by the Greezletscher to Monte Rosa hut (2795 mt).
We will have two options depending on fatigue and desire:
– Ascent to a modest summit, Torre di Castelfranco or cima di Jazzi (3804 mt)
and go down to Zermatt.
– We could also extend the route by crossing to the Brittania Hut in the Saas Valley.
Possibility of ascending Stralhorn (4190 mt).
Night in Britania hut.
Descent to Saas Fee from the Britannia hut and taxi to Zermatt.
In many huts, credit cards will not be accepted!
The proposed program may be altered by weather conditions, snow conditions, or if participants desire to do so.
UIAGM/IFMGA Mountain Guide from Spain
I’m a mountain guide and alpine ski instructor and trainer.
Since many years ago I enjoy transmitting the enthusiasm that I feel for the mountains, in any of the possible mountain disciplines: alpinism, ski, climbing…
I’ve always had a special interest for sports and teaching sports at all levels, from beginners to complex guiding in all kind of mountain terrain.
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