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3 Wege, um das Breithorn zu erklimmen, die einfachste aller Viertausender.

Das Breithorn Breithorn, bei Zermatt, Wallis, Schweiz Das Breithorn ist ein wunderschön geschwungener, 4.164 Meter hoher Berggipfel mit seinem Gipfel, der auf die Grenze zwischen der Schweiz und Italien. Zermatt im Schweizer Kanton Wallis wäre der beste Ausgangspunkt für Ihre Reise. Er gilt als der einfachste aller 4000-Meter-Gipfel in den Alpen. Das liegt an der Seilbahn, die zum Klein Matterhorn (3.883 m) führt. Von diesem Punkt aus trennt Sie ein gebot von nur 300 Metern oder 3 Stunden von seinem Gipfel. Dennoch ist das Gelände vergletschert, so dass alpineGrundkenntnisse notwendig sind. Doch nicht nur die Möglichkeit, diesen Berg zu erklimmen, zieht so viele Kletterer an. Das Breithorn liegt zwischen dem Monte Rosa-Massiv und dem Matterhorn und bietet eine idyllische Lage...

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3 Façons d’escalader le Breithorn, le plus facile des quatre mille.

Le Breithorn Breithorn, près de Zermatt, Valais, Suisse Le Breithorn est un sommet magnifiquement incurvé de 4 164 mètres (13 661 pi) avec son sommet frontière entre la Suisse et l’Italie. Zermatt, dans le canton suisse du Valais, ferait le meilleur point de départ pour votre voyage. Il est considéré comme le plus facile de tous les sommets de 4000 mètres dans les Alpes. Cela est dû au téléphérique menant au Klein Matterhorn (3 883 m). À partir de là, une offre de 300 ou 3 heures vous sépare de son sommet. Pourtant, le terrain est glacié, ce qui rend les connaissances alpines de base nécessaires. Cependant, ce n’est pas seulement l’installation d’escalader cette montagne qui attire tant de grimpeurs....

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3 Ways to climb the Breithorn, the easiest of all four thousanders.

The Breithorn Breithorn, near Zermatt, Valais, Switzerland The Breithorn is a beautifully curved, 4,164 meter (13,661 ft) high mountain peak with its summit lying on the border of Switzerland and Italy. Zermatt, in the Swiss Canton of Valais, would make the best starting point for your trip. It is considered the easiest of all 4,000 meter peaks in the Alps. This is due to the cable car leading to the Klein Matterhorn (3,883 m). From that point, a mere 300-meter or 3-hour bid divides you from its summit. Still, the terrain is glaciated, making basic alpine knowledge necessary. However, it is not only the facility of climbing this mountain that attracts so many climbers. The Breithorn is located between the...

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Ober Gabelhorn - Part of the most famous skyline in Switzerland

The Ober Gabelhorn is a 4000-meter peak in the Pennine Alps in the west of the well-known mountaineering village of Zermatt. From its summit, climbers have views of some of the most famous mountains in the Alps including the Dom (4545m), the Matterhorn (4478m), Monte Rosa (4634m) and the Breithorn (4185m). The same views make the region around Ober Gabelhorn a true hiker’s paradise. About the Ober Gabelhorn The Ober Gabelhorn reaches an altitude of 4063meters and is located in the Swiss canton of Valais at the southern end of the Zinal valley, a part of the Val d’Anniviers. The peak has a pyramidal shape, similar to the nearby Matterhorn, but smaller. The north face of the Ober Gabelhorn is...

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Dent Blanche - The border guard of the French and German languages

Located at the end of the Mattertal in the west of Zermatt, the Dent Blanche marks the border between French-speaking Switzerland and the German part of the country. Surrounded by several 4000-meter peaks, including Obergabelhorn and Zinalrothorn, it one of the most popular regions in the Swiss Alps for mountaineers and travelers looking for hikes. About the Dent Blanche The Dent Blanche is a 4357-meter high mountain peak, located in the Swiss Alps between the Zinaltal and Mattertal. The Dent Blanche marks the linguistic border of the French and German-speaking parts of Switzerland. It used to have a German name as well, Steinbockhorn, because of the large number of ibex found near the mountain. It was first ascended on July...

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