Challenging Mountain Hike to Mt. Eggerhorn


The Binn Valley is Switzerland's treasure chest, where most mountain crystals are found. The area therefore attracts guests from everywhere in the world eager to hunt glittering crystals. Mt Eggerhorn is the best vantage point in the area. From here, see the Bernese Alps, the Goms Valley and even the Aletsch glacier.

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Technical information

Starting point: Bus station Binn Village.
Destination: Bus station Ausserbinn village square.
Take the bus from Fiesch to Binn; return by bus from Ausserbinn to Fiesch.
Walking time: 6 h 40 min
Season: July through October
Altitude difference: 1260 m ascent and descent
Condition: difficult
Place to eat: Binn, Ausserbinn


This rather challenging hike begins in the village of Binn and goes right in the direction of Mt. Eggerhorn. The ascent to the peak is fairly brief but very steep. Once at the tree line, you will see the alpine hut of Meili. From here continue to the ridge of Mt. Sattulti and then on to the steep flank of the Bru and on to the summit of Mt. Eggerhorn. The view is indescribable. The descent first passes through Sattulti. Then continue to Aebnimatt and Bärg to get to the Schlund Forest. Then continue to Ausserbinn, the end destination of this hike.

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The careful planning of a tour will ensure that you also derive the maximum pleasure and enjoyment from it. Please take the time to contact the local information centre and enquire about route and weather conditions before setting off. Your intended trail may be fully or partially closed, depending on the time of year and weather conditions.

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