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Mountaineering

Breithorn 4164m - My first 13,661 ft peak

No experience necessary

This climb entertains you with an extremely incredible view of the Matterhorn. The Breithorn is one of the technically easier 4,000 meter climbs in the Alps.

Heres the plan -
Take the Gondola to Klein Matterhorn 3880m

We take the normal route, the SSW of the Breithorn which starts from Klein Matterhorn crossing a glaciated plateau to the summit. The ascent and the descent is in snow and ice.

Requirements Ideal for experienced and fit hikers.
An advantage to be acclimatised.
No technical experience necessary
Season May - September
Duration Ascent  aprrox. 2 hours
Descent approx. 1.5 - 2. hours
Client guide ratio max. 5 participants per guide
Price CHF 220.- per person min. 5 participants
CHF 260.- per person min. 4 participants
CHF 290.- per person min. 3 participants
CHF 790.- per person min. 1-2 participants
Includes UIAGM mountain guide, harness, ice axe, modern antistoll crampons and technical gear
Not Included Transport costs to Klein Matterhorn return
What to bring Mountain boots desgned for crampon attachments, backpack, warm windproof, mountaineering wear,sun cream, sunglasses, lip protection, lunch, water and a  camera
Where to meet to be given with confirmation details
Insurance You should make sure you are sufficiently insured. We recommend a REGA membership (http://www.rega.ch/),
Safety All our tours are led by qualified  IVBV, UIAA, SBV Mountain guides


Mönch 4107m SE-

Important Notice - Mönch

The conditions on the Mönch have become very tricky. SAG will not be organising tours on the Mönch until further notice.

 To climb the Monch you MUST be an experienced mountaineer. This climb is not ideal as your first 4,000 meter peak..

Due to safety reasons our SAG mountain guide can take strictly only one guest on his/her rope

Heres the plan -

Take the first train to the Jungfraujoch.
9am. - Meet your guide at the coffee bar in the entrance hallway of the Jungfraujoch
From the Jungfraujoch (3454m) ascend  the Jungfraufirn gently in the direction Mönchsjoch to begin the south ridge climb.This attractive mixed climb is over rock, snow and ice that leads to a precariously narrow, exposed summit ridge.

Requirements Competent climbing with crampons on rock and ice
Well acclimatised
Top physical condition
Season May  - October
Duration Ascent 3 hours
Descent 3 hours
Client guide ratio Strictly only one guest per guide. 1:1
Price CHF 780.-
Includes UIAGM mountain guide and technical gear
Not included Transport costs to the Jungfraujoch return
What to bring Mountain boots desgned for crampon attachments, modern antistoll crampons, harness, gaitors, ice axe, backpack, warm windproof, mountaineering wear, sun cream, sunglasses, lip protection, lunch, water and a  camera
Freebies Ice axes, crampons and harness. please reserve in advance
Where to meet 9am Jungfraujoch cafebar, situated at the entrance hallway
Insurance You should make sure you are sufficiently insured. We recommend a REGA membership (http://www.rega.ch/)
Safety All our tours are led by qualified  IVBV, UIAA, SBV Mountain guides


 Allalinhorn 4027m

Climbing the Allalinhorn is technically easy with a mountain guide. The panoramic experience from the summit rewards you with an incredible view of the Mont Blanc and Mtterhorn.

Heres the plan -

Take Metro Alpin funicular to the Mittelallalin(3456 m). The route takes you from  3,454m to 4,027m over glaciated terrain, rock and ice to the summit. The descent is the same way back down.

Requirements Ideal for experienced and fit hikers
An advantage to be acclimatised
No technical experience necessary
Season May - September
Duration Ascent  aprrox. 2,5 hours
Descent approx. 1.5 - 2. hours
Client guide ratio max. 5 participants per guide
Price CHF 230.- per person min. 5 participants
CHF 270.- per person min. 4 participants
CHF 360.- per person min. 3 participants
CHF 790.- bei 1 - 2 PAX
Includes UIAGM mountain guide, harness, ice axe, modern antistoll crampons and technical gear
Not Included Transport costs to Mittelallalin return
What to bring Mountain boots desgned for crampon attachments, backpack, warm windproof, mountaineering wear, sun cream, sunglasses,    lip protection, lunch, water and a camera
Where to meet to be given with confirmation details
Insurance You should make sure you are sufficiently insured. We recommend a REGA membership (http://www.rega.ch/),
Safety All our tours are led by qualified  IVBV, UIAA, SBV Mountain guides


Jungfrau 4158m Rottal Saddel

The most popular climb in Berner Oberland. This two day tour starts from Jungfraujoch - Mönchsjochhütte (3650m).

Heres the plan -
Day 1: Take the train to the Jungfraujoch. Walk an hour to the Mönchsjoch hut to spend the night. At 6pm meet your guide for dinner.

Day 2: Travel over glaciated terrain rock, ice and snow. The route takes you to the Felssporn p.3411m Climb over rock and ice to the Rottal saddel. The last steep section leads you to the majestic summit of the Jungfrau. The descent is over the same route.


Requirements Competent climbing with crampons on rock and ice
Well acclimatised
Top physical condition
Season July - September
Duration Day 1: The trek from the Jungfraujoch to Monchsjoch Hut takes approx. 1 hour.
Day 2: A 5 hour ascent from the Monchsjoch Hut, plus a 4 hour descent to the Jungfraujoch
Client guide ratio 2 - 1
Price CHF  695 .- 2 participants
CHF 1190.- 1 person
Includes UIAGM mountain guide, overnight stay in the Moenchjoch hut with dinner, bed and breakfast, plus your guides, travel and overnight expenses
Not included Travel costs to the Jungfraujoch return
What to bring Mountain boots designed for crampon attachments, backpack 30 lt, modern antistoll crampons, ice axe, helmet, harness, warm windproof mountaineering wear, gloves, beanie, headlight, sun cream, sunglasses, lip protection, lunch for 1 day, a camera
Freebies Ice axes, crampons, harness , please reserve in advance
Where to meet 6pm Mönchsjoch Hut or as arrranged
Insurance You should make sure you are sufficiently insured. We recommend a REGA membership (http://www.rega.ch/),
Safety All our tours are led by qualified  IVBV, UIAA, SBV Mountain guides


Eiger 3970m Mittellegi Ridge

The ascent of the Eiger over the Mittellegi ridge is a challenging climb. You must be experienced in all aspects of mountianeering

Heres the plan -

Day 1 - Travel with the Jungfrau Railways to the Eismeer Station (3160m).
Two hour alpine climb over the Challifirn to a precariously situated, Mittellegi hut.

Day 2.
Climb a tantalisingly exposed ridge to the summit. Fixed ropes have been attached in delicate positions.

Requirements Competent climbing with crampons on rock and ice
Well acclimatised
Top physical condition
Season end of June - September
Duration Day 1 half day including travel time
Day 2 From the  Mittellegi hut to summit (4 - 5 hours). Descent over Eigerjoch - Jungfraujoch (4 - 5 hours)
Season June - September
Guide ratio 1 - 1
Price CHF. 1490.- 1 person
Includes UIAGM mountain guide, overnight stay in the Mittellegi hut with dinner, bed and breakfast, plus your guides, travel and overnight expense
Not Included Travel costs to Eismeer and return from Jungfraujoch
What to bring Leather mountain boots designed for crampon attachments, backpack(30 lt) , harness, crampons, ice axe, helmet, warm windproof mountaineering wear, gloves, beanie, headlight, sun cream, sunglasses, lip protection, lunch for 2 days, water bottle and a camera
Freebies Ice axes, crampons, harness , please reserve in advance
Where to meet to be confirmed
Insurance You should make sure you are sufficiently insured. We recommend a REGA membership (http://www.rega.ch/),
Safety All our tours are led by qualified  IVBV, UIAA, SBV Mountain guides


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Our guides are multi-lingual, multi-talented and are eager to share their extensive local and International skill and experience.
SAG are available all year round. Whatever your ambitions, whether it be mountaineering experience,  ice climbing,  private instruction courses, 
ski and snowboard safaris or easy trekking we can help you.
Special thanks to our professional mountain guides.

 

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Bergsportschule
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