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To see the Matterhorn live - it's a must for every Switzerland traveller. Visit the alpine village of Zermatt with it's typical chalet style, surrounded by high alpine peaks, the Matterhorn in face all the time.&#xa0;&#xa0;With your tourguide you discover the old part of Zermatt and the Gornergrat mountain, from where you will have all this "postcard" views to the Matterhorn.&#xa0;<br><br>Our tourguide accompanies you on this tour from the starting point, shows you the changing landscape and answers your questions about the country and its people. The tour guide knows the way and shows you a few places away from the tourist flow.
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Yves R wrote a review Aug 2020
130 contributions31 helpful votes
Easiest doesn't mean easy. But you can climb a mountain at more than 4000m from sea level. Good shoes, ice crampons, a guide and a rope for the ice field. Take your time (oxygen is limited at this altitude) and you can go climb the last 400m of altitude in 90mn-2h if you are in good physical shape from the cable car station. If I did it, you can. But don't forget getting an experienced person to lead the rope (Local guides are easily available; They are not cheap, but going without experience would be a good way to test the emergency services in Zermatt). In the end, you'll feel at the top of the world!
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Date of experience: August 2020
Mat-Dxb wrote a review Aug 2020
Dubai, United Arab Emirates124 contributions39 helpful votes
Half Traversie to Breithorn is a fun experience for good hikers. a great training hike for bigger tours or just a 4000er experience.
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Date of experience: August 2020
Crvan wrote a review Sep 2019
Weston, Florida535 contributions73 helpful votes
Breithorn mountain is located opposite of the Matterhorn mountain and both mountains can be best viewed from the Gornergrat. The Breithorn mountain is 4164 meters high, one of several dozen peaks that are each over 4000 meters high in the Zermatt area. All the different mountains and glaciers in the area are all unique and makes one almost speechless when viewing them. See our reviews for the Gornergrat to get ideas for best viewing these beautiful mountains.
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Date of experience: May 2019
Sam B wrote a review Sep 2018
Diepenbeek, Belgium46 contributions19 helpful votes
We popped up the Breithorn after we completed the Haute Route. As we all had mountaineering experience and were well acclimatized we went up and down from the Kleine Matterhorn station in just under 2.5 hours. That said this mountain is very reasonable to do for people with limited or no mountaineering experience with a local guide, just keep in mind this is hard work and will take you around 4 hours of huffing and puffing at altitude. We saw people trying to go up - very unsuccessfully ! - with just their casual clothes and sneakers ... people, ok this is not Everest and you will not need a full down suite ... but it is still a mountain with glacier and crevasses, you NEED crampons and an ice-axe and proper boots. Don't be that person that requires rescue because you set out on your own on your sneakers!
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Date of experience: September 2018
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Cindy-SG-Red-Dot wrote a review Sep 2018
Singapore, Singapore23 contributions1 helpful vote
Dream come true. Did the Snow/Glacier hiking of Breithorn with guide Mr Ludwig Imboden (Zermatters) on 24Aug2018. Had enjoyed a lot. Amazing experience. Also, I would like to specially say a Big Thank You to guide Mr Ludwig Imboden, whom was very helpful and understanding to my situation. I had turned up wearing a normal sport shoes and he had mentioned that it is not safe nor warm for my feet and ankles. He had specifically spent time borrowing a pair of snowshoes for me so that I can proceed with the hike. An experience that I will never forget and will be back more for other similar activities. The professional handling of the staffs whom were prompt and helpful to my queries had also made my day. Strongly recommend.
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Date of experience: August 2018