A beautiful sunrise. Silence. Climbing high above the clouds. The feeling when reaching a summit… Climbing a mountain is a amazing unforgettable experience for anyone at any level and must be experienced.
The season for classic summer mountaineering starts in June and ends in late September. During this period we are happy to guide you all over the alps. We offer many different climbs in any kind of levels. We are more than happy to visualize your dream.
On big technical climbs we climb one guide per client, in moderate difficult terrain, two clients per guide. On glacier treks, easy peaks and courses, groups up to six clients per guide is possible.
Alpine climbing courseUrner Alps
This week is for those who want to be more self constant in the mountains and want to learn new techniques in alpine terrain. Theory and practical exercises alternate during five days. The aim of the course is to learn the techniques of how to move safe on the glacier and how to climb safe on steeper alpine terrain on both rock, ice and snow.View
Dent Blanche 4357m high, has the shape of a pyramid with four distinct ridges. The normal route by the South ridge is a technical demanding climb that takes about four to five hours to climb from hut to summit. From the ridge during early sun rise the view over Monte Rosa massif and Matterhorn North face are breathtaking.View
Aiguille du Midi – Frendo spurChamonix
Frendo spur on the North face of Aiguille du Midi is a great route with varied climbing on both rock and ice. The climb is very accessible with help from the Midi cable car and an overnight stay at the Refuge Plan de l'Aiguille the day before makes the climb even more convenient.View
Aiguille du ChardonnetChamonix
Aiguille du Chardonnet 3824m, is a beautiful peak with many different interesting routes to the summit. We chose route depending on conditions and personal preferences. If you are fit and know the mountaineering fundamentals, this climb is the next step in your mountaineer career.View
Trettachspitze TraverseAllgäuer alps
Trettachspitze with its shape and degree of difficulty, is sometimes referred to "Das Matterhorn des Allgäus". With its high at 2595m, its the highest mountain in Allgäuer alps within the borders of Germany. We traverse the mountain by climbing up the north/east ridge and down the north/west ridge. The rock climbing grade is 2-3. Its a rewarding climb on nice limestone with exceptional views over Bavarian and Austian alps.View