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Summer Haute Route

 Poster: A snowHead
Poster: A snowHead
A few of us have got together to walk the Haute Route Chamonix - Zermatt from 4 to 11 August (8 walking days). There are some places left on this trip. We will be using one or two fantastic guides, depending on numbers. The cost will be shared guiding and hut costs. We will be crossing the glaciers and cols, staying in mountain huts every night except one night in Arolla between the Cabanne de Prafleuri and Cabanne du Bertol. Final night in the Schonbiel Hut. Last day (non-technical)climbing up to Arbenbivac opposite north face of the Matterhorn. Each afternoon there will be optional sessions such as crevasse rescue, mountaineering and navigation skills. Spending a few days in Zermatt before the 4th to acclimatise. No climbing experience necessary, just a love of walking and the mountains. I started the skiing Haute Route with a fear of heights, which was cured! Another person going has never walked this type of terrain. You will need to be very fit to really enjoy the trip (e.g. equivalent to 1 hour's hilly cycling 6 days/week for the last four weeks, plus lots of walking). If you'd like to join us, or more information, please email me at
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