Swiss Guide for Eiger and Matterhorn

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Swiss Guide for Eiger and Matterhorn

by Swifty » Sun Jun 30, 2013 6:51 pm

Looking for a guide to take me and wife up the Eiger sometime the week of July 14-19, and also up the Matterhorn the week of July 28-August 2nd.

Please send me a private email to lisaycharles@gmail.com

Thanks.

~Swifty

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Re: Swiss Guide for Eiger and Matterhorn

by Swifty » Sat Jul 06, 2013 1:30 am

Not one tiny post????
No friendly European beta?
How about a trade for some secret routes in Joshua Tree?

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Re: Swiss Guide for Eiger and Matterhorn

by jdenyes » Sat Jul 06, 2013 6:20 pm

I have never used a guide, but have a course coming up with these guys, I think they also do guiding also, so maybe check them out.
http://www.alpin-ism.com/

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Re: Swiss Guide for Eiger and Matterhorn

by desainme » Sat Jul 06, 2013 7:14 pm

You could look at the Zinalrothorn page on SP, read A Hard Day on the Zinalrothorn and get some ideas. I noticed that some of the guides are on facebook.

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Re: Swiss Guide for Eiger and Matterhorn

by cherokee » Sat Aug 03, 2013 1:56 pm

Swifty,
So did you have a good climb?

I'm sorry I did not see your post earlier as I am on the board of SMGA and live most of the time in Grindelwald.

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Re: Swiss Guide for Eiger and Matterhorn

by DukeJH » Tue Aug 06, 2013 6:21 am

When I was looking for a guide for a group of Boy Scouts on Wildstrubel (Switzerland), Gordon Janow with Alpine Ascents recommended I reach out to Alan Kimber with West Coast Mountain Guides in Scotland. Alan provided a pair of guides (British and Scottish) that performed brilliantly in the face of some challenging group dynamics. I highly recommend these folks.


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