Walliské Alpy
7/2014 - Alphubeljoch
6/2014 - Festigrat a Allalinhorn
8/2013 - Rimpfischhorn
8/2007 - Rimpfischhorn West
7/2006 - Nadelhorn
8/2005 - Weissmies
6/2005 - Lagginhorn
Panorama Walliských Alp
Na vrcholu Lagginhornu
Pokus o Dom a výběh na Allalinhorn
Tři dny nad Zermattem aneb výstup na Rimpfischhorn
Trek z Cervinie přes Theodulpass a výstup pod Rimpfischhorn
Výstup na Nadelhorn
Přechod Weissmiesu
Poprvé nad 4000m - výstup na Lagginhorn
Chaty a bivaky
Rifugio Teodulo, Gandegg Hütte
Täsch Hütte, seníky na Ottavanu
Dom Hütte, Europa Hütte
Berghaus Flue, Mischabel Hütte
Almageller Hütte, Weissmies Hütte
Hohsaas Hütte, Almageller Alp
Zermatt -> Berghaus Flue
Berghaus Flue -> Rimpfischhorn
Zermatt -> Rifugio Teodulo
Täsch -> Täsch Hütte
Täsch Hütte -> Alphubeljoch
Randa -> Dom Hütte
Dom Hütte -> Festijoch
Saas Almagell -> Mischabel Hütte
Mischabel Hütte -> Nadelhorn
Mittel Allalin -> Allalinhorn
Saas Almagell -> Almageller Hütte
Almageller Hütte -> Weissmies
Kreuzboden -> Weissmies Hütte
Weissmies Hütte -> Lagginhorn
Weissmies Hütte -> Almageller Hütte
Saas Almagell
Česká republika: Krkonoše, Jizerské hory, Šumava,
Králický Sněžník, Jeseníky
Slovensko: Malá Fatra, Roháče, Vysoké Tatry
Rakousko: Totes Gebirge,
Solná komora, Dachstein, Ankogel, Hoher Sonnblick, Wiesbachhorn, Grossvenediger, Zillertálské Alpy, Stubaiské Alpy, Ötztálské Alpy, HabichtSlovinsko: Julské Alpy
Itálie: Hochfeiler, Monte Vioz
Švýcarsko: Walliské Alpy, Bernské AlpyMaroko: Jebel Toubkal
Řecko: DírfiBulharsko: Rila
Turecko: AraratGruzie: Kazbek
Arménie: AragatsÍrán: Sabalan
Nepál: Langtang Himal
Čína: Lamo She Shan;
Mexiko: La Malinche, Iztaccihuatl, Pico de Orizaba;
plánované akce;
10/2014: Grossvenediger (3666m)
11/2014: Nevado Chachani (6075m)
11/2014: El Misti (5825m)
04/2015: Solná komora - ferraty
06/2015: Hochkönig (2941m)
06/2015: Alphubel (4206m)
Chci jet taky!
jak je na horách;

dolina Rofental a Guslarspitzen (3152m)
Ötztálské Alpy

Walliské Alpy - popisy výstupů

from Almageller Hut to the summit of Weissmies

start point: Almageller Hut (2896m)
final point: Weissmies (4020m)
time required for ascent: 4hrs to 5hrs
height meters to ascend: 1200m
huts along the way: no
watter along the way: last water is only 100 metres above the hut
route number: not marked past Zwischbergen pass
i made this climb: August 2005

gear: ice axe, crampons, harness, helmet, rope if you have problems with II UIAA terrain

- PD, rock II, Ice/Snow up to 35°
- high altitude, AMS risks
- with fresh snow, climb over ridge to the south peak can be tricky if you are without rope
- final snow/ice ridge can be tricky, if there's not enough snow
- in general, this climb is nothing for mountaineering rookies - experience needed!

- the ascent of Weissmies is one the easier among Valais 4000enders (bit easier than the climb on the neighbouring Lagginhorn)
- there's no glacier crossing
- during high season, one has to count with full hut and other teams on the way (as on nearly every Valais 4000+ peak)
- the wake-up time at Almageller Hut is around 4AM

route description:
- the first part of the climb is an easy walk on the marked route up to the Zwischbergenpass (3268m)
- this section is usually done in the might and it can be hard to find the right way
- right below the saddle one should not follow the smooth rock plate, but walk more to the left
- the path leads to southern pass (3243m) first and from here it follows a ridge to the main col (3268m), where the marked path ends

Weissmies South Summit (3972m) from Zwischbergenpass

- in the saddle one has to decide if:
- to follow a rocky ridge
- or if to walk a bit more to the right and reach the final rocky slope to the South summit over a large snow field
- time wise, it's much faster to walk over snow
- the snowfield is not more than 40° steep
- at approximately 3750m, rock scramble begins (few pitches are II UIAA, one maybe II+)
- over rock blocks and stones you get to the South Summit - 3972m
- here starts the final snow ridge, which leads to the Main Summit

final snow ridge connects the South and the Main peak

- the difficulty of this part is determinated by snow conditions of course - in every case take crampons and ice axe with you