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Mont Blanc / Matterhorn Combo

The Ultimate Pair

If Mont Blanc is the high­est peak in the Alps, the Mat­ter­horn is the most rec­og­niz­able and dra­mat­ic. To climb these beau­ti­ful moun­tains is tru­ly a mem­o­rable expe­ri­ence. The mag­nif­i­cent scenery and final, exposed sum­mit ridge for Mont Blanc makes it per­haps the finest snow route in the Alps. And the Mat­ter­horn is per­haps the best, most look what we just climbed,” moun­tain in the world as you sit in Zer­matt in an out­door café with your feet kicked up, relaxed, with all the crea­ture com­forts at your fin­ger­tips. Advanced begin­ner-inter­me­di­ate lev­el climbers will find these chal­leng­ing objec­tives attain­able with the prop­er train­ing and pre­vi­ous experience.


  • Mont Blanc / Matterhorn

    from $5,550 – 7 Days / In coun­try

    • 1:1 - $6,300 per person
    • 2:1 - $5,550 per person


Climbs are Arranged on a Custom Basis — Contact Us



Flight Information

Unlike most Moun­tain Mad­ness inter­na­tion­al trip itin­er­aries, which include trav­el time to and from your des­ti­na­tion, our Alps sched­ules begin on the first day of ser­vice in country.

You will need to stay at a hotel or hos­tel of your choice dur­ing the trip and need to make these arrange­ments through your trav­el agent or on your own. Moun­tain Mad­ness will reserve huts for your climb, but you will be respon­si­ble to pay for them upon arrival to the hut.


  • Mont Blanc / Matterhorn

    from $5,550

    7 Days / In coun­try

    • 1:1 - $6,300 per person
    • 2:1 - $5,550 per person
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Mont Blanc — 15,771 feet /4807 m

The Mat­ter­horn — 14,697 ft / 4480 m


Trois Mont (Mont Blanc)

Horn­li Ridge (Mat­ter­horn)

Guide Ratio

1:1 For Mont Blanc/​Matterhorn Climbs

2:1 For Acclima­ti­za­tion Climbs



Depending on the objective, climbers should be comfortable on steeper snow/ice slopes and/or 5.5-5.7 rock climbing experience. You should have a past climbing experience with proven skills. Certain climbs may require only snow/ice skills, but not require rock skills; and vice-versa.

How to Prepare for this Trip