Experience a dizzying adventure above the rooftops of Zermatt on a well-secured via ferrata with a professional guide.
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Thrill on the climbing path secured with iron ladders
Degree of difficulty freely selectable for the whole family or experts
Challenge your skills at the foot of the Matterhorn
Professional accompaniment with practical and moral support
Visit of the historical Beresina Hut from Napoleon's time
Small groups of maximum 7 people
Access to the selected route (A,B or C)
Access to the via ferrata
Professional mountain guide
Drinks and catering
Via ferrata set with harness, helmet and gloves + 9 CHF
Depending on your level and challenge, you can choose the route that suits you best.
Route A: 2-3 hours - suitable for children, beginners and families Level KS 2 (medium).
Route B: 3-4 hours - suitable for advanced climbers level KS 4 (difficult)
Via ferrata Schweifinen with several access possibilities (you can try all of them). Highlight is the smooth outstanding rock face and logs to cross, a unique challenge.
Via ferrata Schweifinen with swinging wire ladders and the vertical wall give you the ultimate kick.
You can join with a group or have a mountain guide do the routes entirely for you and your group
Experience a dizzying adventure above the rooftops of Zermatt on a via ferrata with a professional guide. A via ferrata is also called "Via Ferrata" and is a climbing route secured with iron ladders, iron pins, clamps and ropes
Depending on your choice of route, you can expect a 2-5 hour climbing experience through the beautiful nature of Zermatt!
Meeting point: Zermatt Base.
Here you will be met by your mountain guide. Together you will walk for about 30 minutes to the start of the via ferrata above Zermatt.
Your mountain guide will explain everything you need to know for the via ferrata
Activity: via ferrata.
You will spend a few hours on the via ferrata with the difficulty level of your choice. Duration: about 2 to 5 hours
Return journey: individually to Zermatt
After your climbing experience you walk back to Zermatt individually.
Next to the first stage of the via ferrata is the Berezina hut. It was built in 1811 as a reward for the volunteer soldiers who volunteered for war service in Russia. Unfortunately, it could never be given away, because none of the soldiers ever returned.
Bahnhofstrasse 58, 3920 Zermatt, Switzerland