MATTERHORN TREKKING

Day 1 :

Travel and meeting at St. Niklaus (1116m) - Dinner and night at Hotel "La Reserve

 

Day 2 :

Cable car to Jungu (1955m) - Troära Pass- Descend to Augustboard Valley - Final climb to Augustboardpass (2894m) - Grüobtälli descent to Gruben (1818m) - Night at Schwarzhorn Hotel

 

Day 3 :

Two different options to reach Zinal (1675m): Forcletta Pass (2874m) or Meidpass (2790m) - Stage admiring renowned mountains such as the Weisshorn or the Great Gendarme - Night at Zinal

 

Day 4 :

Cable car to Sorebois (2438m) - Corne de Sorebois (2895m) - Col Torrent (2916m) - Villa (1742m) - Taxi to Arolla where we will spend the night

 

Day 5 :

Mont Collon dominates the entire first part of the stage - Haut Glacier d'Arolla up to Col Collon (3087m) - Descent to Nacamulli’s Hut (2830m) continuing to Prarayer’s Hut (2005m)

 

Day 6 :

Prarayer’s Hut - Col de Valcournera (3075m) - Descent to Perucca-Vuillermoz Hut continuing to Fenetre de Cignana (2445m) - Perreres (1850m) – Taxi to Cervinia - Hotel accommodation

 

Day 7 :

Cable car to Plan de Maison (2547m) - Col de Teodulo (3317m) - Zermatt (1616m) - The views of the Mattertal, the Zinalrothorn, Dent Blanche, Dom, Monte Rosa ... will make us enjoy the descent - Hotel accommodation

 

Day 8 :

Morning promenade in Zermatt or Gornetgratt train attraction to later climb to the Berggasthaus Trift (2337m), authentic mountain’s hut with friendly atmosphere

 

Day 9 :

The icing on the cake on this Tour of the Matterhorn is the deviation from the original Tour to end up climbing one of the best located mountains, the Mettelhorn (3406m) - Descent back to Zermatt for the night

 

Day 10 :

Breakfast at hotel and farewell.

Included:

  •  UIAGM/AEGM mountain guide services.
  •  Advices prior to the trip.
  •  Safety gear for the whole group.
  •  Reservations management services.
  •  Half board huts accommodation.
  •  Breakfast, dinner and accommodation at hotels.
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    Not included:

  •  Travelling to St. Niklaus.
  • Transfers and/or cable cars.
  • Snacks and drinks during the stages.
  • Members and guides extra expenses due to program changes.
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    General information:

  •  Each group member taking part in the program is required to possess an at date license issued by the Mountaineering Federation valid in the Alps.
  •  Trekking is an extraordinary pass time but it involves risks. Each member of this journey takes full responsibility of what could happen.
  •  The mountain guide reserves the right to modify the program depending on weather conditions, group factor or any other cause that in his opinion may be decisive.
  • Backpack 35-40 l.
  • Backpack rain cover
  • Trekking boots
  • Telescopic poles
  • Light harness
  • 2 screw-lock carabiners
  • Helmet
  • Silk sleeping back
  • Gore-tex jacket
  • Fleece
  • Primaloft
  • Long sleeve thermal shirt
  • T-shirt
  • Trekking pants
  • Medium thickness socks + spare
  • Thin gloves
  • Buff
  • Hat
  • Cap
  • Sunglasses
  • Sun cream factor 50+
  • Lip balm factor 50+
  • Medicines for personal use
  • First aid kit
  • Emergency isothermal blanket
  • Snacks (chocolates, cereal bars, dry nuts, ...)
  • Water Bottle 1,5 L
  • Headlight
  • Watch / altimeter
  • Mobile phone
  • ID
  • TSE (European Health Card)
  • Para que la actividad que te plantes sea un éxito es importante que se adapte a tu nivel, tanto físico como técnico. Aquí te damos unas pautas generales para que puedas hacerte una idea de cual es tu nivel respecto a las salidas que proponemos. De todos modos te recomendamos que te pongas en contacto con nosotros para que podamos asesorarte personalmente o adatar los programas a tus condiciones.

     

    Trekking

     

    • Nivel de TÉCNICO
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    • 1 - Debutante. Sin experiencia previa en montaña, tan solo algunas caminatas en terreno llano y sendero bien trazado.
    • 2 - Intermedia. Senderista ocasional, con experiencia en rutas de una jornada. Caminatas en terreno variado, donde puede ser necesario atravesar alguna pedrera, un nevero ocasionalmente o una pequeña trepada sencilla.
    • 3 - Alta. Senderista habitual que realiza caminatas y ascensiones en montaña cada fin de semana. Experiencia en rutas de varios días con pernocta en refugios o acampada. Caminar en terreno accidentado, con gran presencia de pedreras, fuertes pendientes y ocasionalmente algún nevero. Se precisa buena agilidad en terreno inestable (grava, pedreras).
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    • Nivel FÍSICO
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    • 1 - Capaz de caminar durante 3 o 4 horas con desniveles de subida de hasta 800 metros llevando una mochila ligera de unos 5 kg.
    • 2 - 1 - Capaz de caminar en montaña durante 4 a 6 horas más el descenso y desniveles positivos de 1000 metros con una mochila de unos 8 kg.
    • 3 - Capaz de caminar en montaña durante más de 8 horas y con desniveles positivos superiores a los 1500 metros llevando una mochila de 10 kg. Puntualmente en altura > 4000m

    Descripción:

    When we think of the Alps, we visualize landscapes of great beauty: blue skies cut by giant pyramids of gneiss and ice, idyllic villages where tradition has preserved the heritage, immense glacial valleys, green meadows, fields of flowers, coniferous forests, wildlife, perfectly traced trails, impeccable mountain refuges. Therefore, the options of walks of different technical difficulty or physical demand are endless.

    The program we propose here meets all these expectations, but what the next stage will bring is always uncertain. That is what makes the mountains fascinating!!

    Niveles :

    Fisico
    2
    Tecnico
    2

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