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Alpine climbing

Alpine climbing experiences

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Who can describe this strong feeling of standing on a summit after a long ascent that has started from the plain? Have you ever aspired to admire the colors variations of a surrounding mountain scenery at dawn?

The history of mountaineering has started in the Alps. By the early 19th century, many alpine peaks were reached. The Alps as largest mountain range in Europe offers an idyllic setting for all kind of mountaineering adventures.

Whether you wish to climb your first 4000-meter peak, prepare for a journey to the Himalaya, or simply enjoy a guided tour, discover WILD YAK’s Alpine climbing experiences in the Alps.

For any further information with regards to our Alpine Climbing Experiences, we are happy to advise you per phone +41 (0)79 478 83 21, or email: info@wildyakexpeditions.com.

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Swiss Alps
Alpine climbing experience

Allalinhorn

The Allalinhorn is an ideal climb without any major technical difficulties as a first 4000-meter experience.

  • Duration

    1

  • Max. Altitude

    4,027m

  • Difficulty

    Easy

  • Accomodation

    Saas Fee

  • Per Person Cost

    Upon Request

Swiss Alps
Mountaineering – Alpine Climbing Experience

Alphubel

  • Duration

    2

  • Max. Altitude

    4,206m (12,211ft)

  • Difficulty

    Medium (no prerequisite mountaineering experience required)

  • Accomodation

    Swiss mountain hut Täschhütte

  • Per Person Cost

    Upon Request

Swiss Alps
Mountaineering – Alpine Climbing Experience

Breithorn

The ascent of Breithorn (4,164m) is a perfect day-tour for those you want to feel the thin air on the top of a 4000-meter peak in the Alps for their first time! The Breithorn massive is a glaciered ridge above the legendary village of Zermatt. The normal climb is considered as one of the easiest climbing routes for a 4000-meter mountain.

  • Duration

    1

  • Max. Altitude

    4,164m (13,661ft)

  • Difficulty

    Easy

  • Per Person Cost

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