From the large boulder at Talli (see the map, try the 1:50,000 Matterhorn-Mischabel map, available locally) head SE into the Talliboden glacier valley.
From Talli climb to the Mondiellpass via the moraine on the left of the glacier (true right bank) and the dirty rubble slopes above this (I am really selling this route right now aren't I!!). Once at the pass follow the NE ridge to the summit avoiding the steeper steps slightly on the right. This is fairly continuous UIAA 2. The last part to the summit goes directly up exposed rock slabs and is 2+.
To complete the traverse head straight down the west flank (a mixture of snow and huge boulders) to the MonteMoro Pass. From here follow the well marked trail back to the Mattmark dam.
1 rope, 5 nuts and 3 slings with locking krabs. Take a helmet also as there is a bit of loose stuff on the ridge. An ice axe is necessary for the descent. If it is very snowy then consider crampons as well.
The route is an easy solo for the competant and a good introduction to moving together techniques for novice alpinists. Another good warm up route for climbers acclimatising in the Saas valley
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