We meet at 10AM at the Täsch train station. Leaving from the Mattertal, the Zermatt valley, we ascend through the larch forest until the Ottavan pastures (2214 m). Then we continue to the Tasch refuge (2701 m).
We go along the Rouges ridges while ascending towards the Alphubel pass (3782 m), to arrive above the Saas valley. Then, if the level of the participants and the conditions allow, we continue to the Alphubel summit (4206 m). We descend to the Fee glacier and the pistes of the resort until the Saas Fee hostel (1800 m).
From Saas Fee, transfer by cablecar to Felskinn (2989 m). Ascent to the Allalinhorn summit (4027 m), another “accessible”, non technical 4000 in the massif.
Descent and crossing to the Britannia refuge (3030 m).
We leave the glacial basin of Allalin to go towards the Adler pass (3789 m). We progress in a magnificent glacial environment to reach a secondary top of our 4000 objective of the day. The views over the famous summits of Monte Rosa is breathtaking. Then a last effort to reach the Strahlhorn summit (4190 m). Descent and crossing to the Britannia refuge.
We leave in the morning to reach the Allalin pass (3564 m). Then a crossing to get to the less steep slopes of Rimpfischhorn. An aesthetic ascent of this summit (4001 m) will be our last 4000 of the week.
Our good acclimatization allows us to fully enjoy these magical high mountain moments. A long and beautiful descent through all the alpine vegetation stages until Ottafe (2193 m) ends our adventure. Then, transfer back to Täsch in the late afternoon.
At the Täsch train station.
In refuge and hostel.
Group size: 4 to 8 people.
I will loan you a harness and a transceiver.
IFMGA / UIAGM Mountain Guide -
Sébastien is originally from Toulon. Before he dedicated his time fully to his passion, mountaineering, he has completed a degree in Alpine Geography.
His thirst for adventure took him from countries such as Turkey and Peru to the high mountains of Pakistan .
Since 2000, he work as a Mountain Guide in Chamonix, La Clusaz and all over the world.
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