The Eiger is a 3970m high mountain in the Bernese Oberland region of the Alps. It is part of the Jungfrau (4158m) - Mönch (4107m) - Eiger mountain ridge formation. While Eiger is not the highest peak of the three, it is the most famous and respected one, particularly in the climbing community. But the fame of the Eiger comes from it’s most impressive north face - an 1800m high steep wall, which is is the biggest north face in the Alps. It is considered to be one of the the most difficult and dangerous ascents.
We offer both guided ascents to the summit of the Eiger as part of a 6 day programme or on a private basis, as well as a 2 day programme traversing the east side of the famous Mittellegi ridge.
A great climb to ticvk off the list for those who have already completed either our 6 day Matterhorn, Alpine climbing or Granite climbing courses.