Matterhorn Guide

Climb the Jewell of the Swiss Alps!
The Matterhorn, “Monte Cervino” to Italians, or “Mont Cervin” to the French, lies on Switzerland and Italy's border and reaches 4478m to its peak. The wonderfully exposed climb is the most challenging of the classic Alps routes. The peak's iconic pyramid is recognized by climbers and non-climbers alike and is a highly respected feat by those in the mountaineering community. Unlike Mont Blanc, previous technical alpine and rock climb experience is required for the climb, which is mostly rock and ice.

Our trip plan includes a three-day warm-up, taking advantage of some of the exceptional climbing the area offers while acclimating and, of course, soaking up the rich Italian culture. Three days are set aside for your summit attempt to account for weather contingency, maximizing your attempt's success.

Our European offer everything you need from the start to the finish of your summit attempt. Small group guiding  - 2:1 on the warm-up and 1:1 on the climb - guarantees your safety and an unbeatable experience.

The Goods

Length: 6 Days

Starting point: Zermatt

Summit Elevation: 4478m

Season: July 1 - September 31

Max Guide to Guest Ratio: 2:1 Warm-Up, 1:1 Summit

Style of climbing: Steep rock and ice

Cost: €2,890

Itinerary

Day 1: Cosmiques Arete
- Aiguille du midi lift
- Night in Chamonix
Day 2: Entreves Traverse
- Skyway lift
- Night in Torino hut
Day 3: Dent Du Geant
- Night in Chamonix
Day 4: Approach to Matterhorn
- Night in Hornli hut
Day 5: Summit Matterhorn (1st attempt)
- Night in Hornli hut or Chamonix
Day 6: Matterhorn (weather contingency) or climb in Chamonix
- Night in Chamonix

Scheduled Trip Dates

2021 Dates Coming Soon!€2,890 / person

Based on a minimum of 2 participants

Custom Dates

Custom dates and duration available upon request!

Add-Ons

Vancouver Heli Skiing - Altus Mountain Guides
Trip Photographer

Personal photographer to capture the trips epic moments.

Still Have Questions or Concerns?

Please do not hesitate to contact us with any questions, concerns or requests on how we can make this the best trip ever!!!

About Ross Berg

Ross has guided, climbed and skied in the European Alps for the last several seasons. When he's at home he can be found working as a heli ski guide in winters and climbing alpine rock routes in summer.