Duration: 1 day
Free places left
Adventure ID: 09/202101
Country/Region: CH, Uri / Schwyz / Glarus
Meeting point: Altdorf, 6460
Participants: 4-8 guests
Services: Swiss certified mountain guide, snacks and tea, group material
No ice climbing experience necessary.
Generally fit and able to hike at least 1 hour.
At the meeting point we organize our equipment and make our way to the ice climbing crag. After a short introduction to the axe swinging and climbing technique, we'll get right down to business! We will look for steep and thick icicles where we can improve our moves. Experienced participants can climb lead if they wish. Otherwise we will climb in top rope during this adventure.
After a short tea and snack break we will change sector and look for new steep icicles to climb. Our mountain guide will teach the necessary techniques to climb alone in safety in the climbing crag after the adventure. End of the adventure at 16:00 approx.
We will confirm if the tour is taking place per e-mail latest:
if it's a weekend tour 1 day before it begins (from 11:00)
if it's a multi day tour 2 days before it begins (from 17:00)
After the tour:
We'll email you direct links to the photo upload/download and our feedback form
Crampons with horizontal tips, if available
2 Ice axes, if available
Helmet, CHF 15.00
2 ice axes, CHF 30.00
Crampons with horizontal spikes, CHF 20.00
Climbing harness, CHF 20.00
Before the tour:
It is mandatory to read the last information about your tour 1 day before the tour starts (from 11am). We will email you at the mentioned time.
Free places left
Your adventure guide:
Swiss certified mountain guide
Any question left?
Not sure if your skills fulfill the requirements above?
I will be happy to help you!
- The exact ice climbing crag will be defined with the participants depending on weather and ice density, so we can offer a unique ice climbing adventure;
- This adventure is more suitable for beginners, because no ice climbing experience is necessary;
- After this adventure you will be able to apply the necessary techniques to be able to ice climb safely in the climbing crag.