Facts About Gross Fiescherhorn.
Gross Fiescherhorn is a peak found in the Bernese Alps standing at 4049m above sea level. Located at Berne in Valais, Switzerland. It is surround by glaciers names Ewischneefeld, Walliser Fischerfirn and Obers Ischmeer. Some hikers discovered this peak after reaching the summit of the Finsteraarhorn. Others have heard of it from fellow hikers staying at the Finsteraarhorn hut for the stopover.
How to get to the peak of Gross Fiescherhorn?
You can drive starting from Jungfraujoch. Other hikers are familiar with this spot when they took the train to the Jungfrau route. If driving, take the route from Sphinxstollen to Jungfraufirn. Get to the driving sequence of Konkordiaplatz-Grunefirn-Grunhornlucke. Go downwards to the Fiescher glacier. Cross this glacier across the rocks to get to the Finsteraarhorn hut.
From the hut, traverse the Walliser Fiescherfirn glacier. Turn northwest to the steep slope. Walk past the ice slabs and seracs. Beware of the deep crevasses while crossing them. You then reach the Fiescher plateau. This leads you to the Fieschersattel. See the mountain's southeast rock ridge on this part to reach the peak.
What to expect at Gross Fiescherhorn?
The common starting point is Finsteraarhorn hut. You can come from Jungfraujoch or from Kuhboden. The Monchjoch close to the Monch is the only stopover alternative if you start from Fiescherhorner. Contact the reservations desk at the Finsteraarhorn hut through their landline number, 079 321 89 09.
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