Via Ferrata in the Bernese Alps


You will be able to climb a via ferrata in the Bernese Alps, with the professional guidance of Albrecht, an IFMGA certified mountain guide.

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1 Day

May, Jun, Jul, Aug, Sep, Oct




The picturesque scenery of the Bernese Alps is the perfect setting for your next via ferrata adventure. The great rocks that build the peaks in the area, are enough to tempt anyone to climb them.

That is why I suggest you to try this exciting steel protected climbing route, also known as via ferrata. Various 1-day climbing tours in Gstaad, Grindelwald, Engelberg, and others.

Then, last but not least , the totally impressive Daubenhorn (2942 m), which has the longest via ferrata in Switzerland!

That alone should be enough to attract the adventurous climbers, but there is more. You will have the chance to test your limits knowing you are safe and guided by a professional. We could climb the superb Eiger-Rotstock, at 2663m, with a beautiful descent over the west face of the Eiger mountain or Kandersteg, known as one of the most beautiful and spectacular via ferratas of Switzerland.

This experience is designed for those with prior experience in climbing in high and exposed situations, and a good physical condition.

If you think you are up for a new challenge, you might want to try this. You can book it right now.

If you want more of the Swiss Alps, check out this rock climbing program, with amazing views of the magnificent Weissmies mountain.


More info

It is recommended to start with a short trip before going to the Daubenhorn. If a participant does not feel safe with the Via Ferrata set, it is possible to use a rope with the guide.

Transport can be organized.


About the guide

I grew up in the mountains and have always loved being up there. I always knew I wanted to become a mountain guide and make a living out of this life-long passion. I've bee a certified mountain guide since 1989 and love showing my friends and clients what I think is the best in life.

I'm based in Frutigen, in the Bernese Oberland. During the summer, I mainly guide rock climbing here, in other parts of Switzerland (Wallis, Grisons...) and in some amazing spots, including southern France. During the winter and spring, I spend most of my time on my skis, in the Swiss Alps but also in Piemont, Austria, Arlberg...where I love to take my clients.

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Prices per person

Group of 1

CHF 578 Each

Group of 2

CHF 310 Each

Group of 3

CHF 227 Each

Group of 4

CHF 186 Each

Group of 5

CHF 155 Each

Group of 6

CHF 135 Each

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Price includes

- Guiding fee

Price details

The price does not include the mountain guide's expenses, gear rentals or lifts.


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