Nestled in the center-west region of Switzerland, in the Bernese Alps, are most of the major mountains of the Swiss Confederation, such as Aletschhorn, Jungfrau, Mönch, Eiger and Finsteraarhorn. The latter, with its 4,273 meters, is the highest mountain of the massif.
The Bernese Alps are home to an impressive collection of north faces and the Aletsch Glacier (Aletchgletcher), which, being 18km (11 miles) long, is the largest glacier in the Alpine range and Europe, extending around the southern side of the summit of the Jungfrau.
We offer customized programs, with groups of one to four persons per guide. This is an ideal place for both climbers who want to take their first steps with crampons and those willing to make a challenging ascent.