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Matterhorn Summit Today

Hello from Zermatt, Switzerland today! Today is Aug 29th and we just finished another successful summit climb on the Matterhorn. Longtime Alpine Ascents guide Tim Connelly reached the summit of the Matterhorn with Donny M. They had great climbing conditions … Continue reading

Matterhorn #2 Team summits Weissmess

Hello from the Saas Almageller Hutte. The team over the past 3 days has had a successful start to the trip. Yesterday the team climbed the Dri Hornli and worked on technical rock skills at around 3000m This morning the … Continue reading

Matterhorn Team #1 warms up on the lower part of the route

Hello from the Hornli Hutte! Last night the Matterhorn got cover in snow and ice not allowing us to make a summit attempt this morning. The team slept in and enjoyed coffee and breakfast. Around 11am most of the snow … Continue reading

Matterhon team #1 in position

Hello from the Hornli Hutte at 3285m. Last night our team had a wonderful dinner in Zermatt and enjoyed a hot shower at the hotel. Last night in Zermatt there was a local festival with live music and wonderful desserts … Continue reading

Matterhorn Trip #1 team update

Hello from the Saas Almageller hut at 2900m. The past two days we have had some great climbing. Our team has done wonderful with hitting multiple summits. Yesterday the team walked up to the Saas Almageller hut and then climbed … Continue reading

Matterhorn Trip #1

Hello from Zermatt, Switzerland. Today was the first day of our Matterhorn expedition. The team all met this morning over breakfast and coffee. By mid day the team was up at over 8,000ft working on our technical rock climbing and … Continue reading

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