Eiger, Monch, Jungfrau

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City Grindelwald
Date 10 August 2024, Saturday
Time 09:00 am*
Registration closes on 31.07.2024 at 11:59 PM or sooner if places sell out.
Cancellations accepted up to 31.07.2024 at 11:59 PM or sooner if the event sells out.

Our trip begins from either Interlaken or Grindelwald where we set off on the Jungfraujoch train and travel to the Eismeer station. Tourists continue to the top restaurant by train but, we’ll descend through the tunnel to the exit of the glacier. 
Our first taste of climbing and the wilderness we cross the ice and snow and climb up to the Mittellegi hut. We will spend the night here perched on the ridge before beginning our ascent to the Eiger the next morning. The Eiger or Ogre is the hardest of the 3 peaks and will take us at least 10 hours along the Mitellegi ridge.
After the summit, the going is still difficult and we traverse a different ridge and make our way to the Mönchjochhutte. There is no respite.
These days are hard as we are already thinking of the next summit. Luckily it s a bit easier and shorter so we can start later. The Mönch is the easiest in our trip, but still approximately 5 hours. After the summit we return to the Mönchjochhutte which now feels like home. The next and final day is the Jungfrau and the climb to the summit and back to the train station will take us around 7 hours.  Finally we return to Interlaken or Grindelwald by mechanical means.

Individual Categories / Events Price (AED)
Individual - Normal
18 - 99 Years, Male
18 - 99 Years, Female
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  • What is included in the price

    -All guiding fees and transport and technical equipment for the group such as ropes and climbing protection.
    -The price here includes train tickets, huts, food (3 breakfasts and 2 dinners) so no additional costs apart from your lunch and snacks.

  • What is not included

    International flight
    Personal climbing insurance
    Personal climbing gear
    Lunches and alcoholic drinks (can be ordered in the huts)

  • Who will be my leader

    Sean is your leader and arranges all trips on this website.
    He has lived in Dubai for 12 years and splits his time between here and the Pyrenees.
    He has led 4 expeditions to the summit of Everest and 15 expeditions to mountains over 8000m as well as many around the globe.
    If we employ further western guides they will be qualified and experienced mountain guides or mountaineering instructors.
    On other expeditions such as Nepal and Pakistan we also ensure that all of our local porters have a good track record of mountaineering at high altitudes.
    Whilst qualifications and experience are essential requirements, we also make sure that our porters have the right temperament to lead an expedition comprised of individuals who have a range of previous experience and expectations. To that end, we aim to provide a staff (and clients ) who will make the expedition both successful and enjoyable throughout.

  • What equipment do I need

    When you sign up we go through everything that you will need.
    Ice axe
    Day rucksack
    Duvet jacket
    Warm walking boots that are capable of taking a crampon
    Gloves Buff, hat
    Wind / Water proof outer clothes
    High altitude Cat 4 Glasses

    We will also check any equipment you have before you depart each morning.

  • What level of experience do I need

    Climbing these peaks is a difficult alpine tour not only the physical aspect but technically.
    Good acclimatization, training, and endurance are key to reaching the summit. It’s essential to stay at altitude for at least a few days before, either in Zermatt or in the Mont Blanc Massif in huts at 3000 m to get proper acclimatization
    Its also necessary to have some flexibility in case the weather forces us to move the ascent date. If you have more days, then it is also easier fto change the summit day in the short term, depending on the conditions.

    You should know what grade 4 is and be able to climb it with a guide. As a general rule you should be able to do 300 meters of vertical gain per hour at altitude.
    The reason we do the additional classic on previous trips such as Dent du Geant and Cosmiques Arete is to full bring you up to speed with your guide and what we expect from you to ensure a safe climb.
    We can practice the techniques together before climbing the Eiger that we will b

  • What are your contact details

    Sean lives in Dubai and the Pyrenees and as he is guiding the trips he is frequently travelling.
    All messages will be responded to as quickly as possible.
    Try these different options
    Whatsapp +447507886417
    UAE +971585528611
    FR +33645518199
    SP +34605128807
    [email protected]

    Zoom is also available

  • What does the rental equipment package include?

    We can help you rent equipment and offer advice on purchases. Purchases should be done a long time in advance and tested before stepping on the mountain.
    Equipment can be rented in Chamonix, Grindelwald, Zermatt or other climbing centres but at this level you are probably expected to have the basics. Please allow time for this.

  • Can you provide other dates?

    Yes of course, please contact us directly

  • Can you take more than 1 person?

    The guiding ratio for the Eiger is 1:1 but if you let me know in advance I can arrange for other guides.

  • Typical itinerary

    Day 1 - Meet in Interlaken or Grindelwald. Client will have some acclimatisation and be prepared. Uplift by train to Eismeer station and climb to Mitellegi Hut
    Day 2 - Climb Mitellegi Ridge to summit of Eiger and descend to Monchjochshutte
    Day 3 - Climb Monch, return to Monchjochshutte
    Day 4 - Climb Jungfrau descend to Interlaken . Grindelwald.

Included: Photo Service or Download, Full guiding service
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