Below you find the list of  hiking and climbing guides that we have available for Switzerland.

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Alpine Club Bernese Oberland

Bernese Oberland
Including Salbitschijen


List of topo diagrams and photographs

Author and General Editor's preface II

General information
Using this guide, Using huts, When to climb, Maps, Other guide books, Equipment, Language, Weather forecasts, Rescue and Insurance, Indexes, Resorts, International comparison of grades


Grimselpass to Lauteraarsattel and Unders Studerjoch,  Wasenhorn, Vorder and Hinter Galmihorn, OberaaIjoch. Oberaarhorn, Altmann, Grunerhorn and scheuchzerhorn, scheuchzeljoch. Brandlammhorn (E summit), Fellenberglicken, Bachlistock, Obri Bachli Licken, Gross Diamantstock, Undri Bachli Licken, Alplistock, Hiendertelltihorn, Ritzlihorn, Hienderstock, Gaulipass, Ewigschneehorn, Barglistock. Hangendgktscherhorn, Ranfenhorn, Dossen, Rosenhorn and Mittelhorn, Wetterhorn, scheideggwetterhorn, Wellhorn and Klein Wellhorn, Lauteraarsattel

Lauteraarsattel and Unders Studerjoch to Aletsch glacier and Jungfraujoch

Strahlegghorn, Lauteraarhorn, Schreckhorn, Klein schreckhorn, Finsteraaljoch. Studer horn, Genschlicke, Finsteraarhorn, Agassizjoch. Agassizhorn, Strahl horn, Winnenzwillinge, Klein Winnenhorn. Williser Fiescherhorner, Fiilbarg. Chamm. Grünhornlücke, Griinegghorn. Gross Grünhorn, Klein Grünhorn, Hinter Fiescherhorn, Gross Fiescherhorn, Qchs, Trugberg, Obers Monchjoch. Unders Monchjoch. Eigeljochs, Eiger, Manch. Jungfraujoch

Jtmgfraujoch to Lötschenpass and Kandersteg, Jungfrau, Silber horn. Rottalhorn, Louwitor and Louwihorn, Kranzberg, Gletscherhorn, Abeni Flue, Mittaghorn. Grosshorn. Jegichnubel, schmadrljoch. Lauterbrunnen Breithorn, Burstspitza. Tschingeihorn, Petersgrat, Sackhorn. Hockenhorn and Tennbachhorn. Doldenhorn, Friindenjoch, Friindenhorn, Oeschinenhorn, Blümlisalphorn, Wyssi Frau, Morgenhorn, Gamchiliicke, Gspaltenhorn, Bütlasse

Aletschhorn Group and peaks South of the Lötschental, Lotschenlücke, Olmenhorn. Dreieckhorn, Gross Fusshorn, Geisshorn, Aletschhorn. Sattel horn, Disdighorn. Schinhorn, Wysshom, Distelberg, Torberg, Beichpass, Nesthorn, Lotschental Breithorn, BreJdauihorn. Jagihom, BaltschledeIjoch, Bietschhorn, Stockhorn

Lötschenpass to Les Diablerets, Lotschenpass, Rinderhom, Balmhorn, Altels, Wildstrubel, Wildhom; Les Diablerets, Grand Muveran

Rock climbing areas

Other crags
A walking tour of the massif

General index

List of mountain routes
List of rock climbs

Alpine Club Information

Mountain Rescue


Pages:  442

Dimensions 11 cm x 15,5 cm



Weight: g

Cordee The Haute Route Chamonix - Zermatt

The Haute Route  Chamonix - Zermatt
A guide for skiërs and mountain walkers

The Haute Route (Chamonix - Zermatt) was first walked in 1861 by members of the Alpine Club, and the first ski traverses were in 1903 and 1911. It is a unique expedition through the highest mountains of the Alps. Once the reserve of only the most determined Alpinists, modern equipment, huts and lifts have opened it up to any reasonably fit and competent hillwalker, and in Spring to any steady parallel skier.

There are several variations - the Grande Lui and the Italian High Level Route being the hardest and especially recommended to strong parties.

Mountains can be climbed on the way - MontBlanc4,807m is the highest in the Alps and will be an objective for many, whether on skis or on foot.

The Guidebook covers the Classic Route, six main variations (both for walking and skiing), many additional minor route options, and the main mountains. It has:

. route descriptions and route diagrams.

. colour photographs, topo diagrams.

. detailed descriptions for finding huts in bad weather.

. 100 useful telephone numbers.

Pages:  122
Dimensions: 11 cm x 19,5 cm
Language:  English

Weight: g

Cicerone: Tour of the Matterhorn

Tour of the Matterhorn

The classic peak of the Matterhorn has inspired adventurers for generations, and this 145km Tour of the Matterhorn takes trekkers to the most stunning viewpoints from which to marvel at this spectacular summit. The tour, described anticlockwise from Zermatt, crosses six valleys and takes the walker past more than 25 peaks surpassing 4000m, visiting both the Swiss region ofValaislWallis and the Italian Valle d' Aosta.

. Route divided into seven stages, over about 10 days, with alternative routes and ideas for shorter walks

. Background information on getting there, safety in the mountains, the region, alpine life and culture

. Illustrated with clear maps and colour photographs


Pages: 170
Format: 12 x 17,5cm