The Tschingelhorn is a
two summited peak rising from the Petersgrat at the head of the Lauterbrunnen Valley. The
eastern summit is the highest. Though it is an attractive peak in its own right, it is
overshadowed by its larger neighbor to the east, the Lauterbrunnen Breithorn (3785 m). A
traverse of the two summits from the northeast to the southwest is included in
"Berner Oberland Die 100 Schoensten Touren" (Berner Oberland, the 100 Finest
Routes) by Hans Grossen with Gaston Rebuffat.
|Difficulty:||Basic Snow/Ice Climb|
|Best months for climbing:||Jul, Aug|
|Year first climbed:||1865|
|First successful climber(s):||W.H. Hawker, H. Feuz, U. & Ch. Lauener|
|Nearest major airport:||Zurich or Geneva|
|Convenient Center:||Blatten or Lauterbrunnen|
NOTE: Trip reports were previously called "Summit Logs" - same feature, new name
There are 2 trip reports for Tschingelhorn.
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- Log #9173 - by Pim de Monchy on Sep 07, 2001Was great, although breaking through a snowbridge on the glaciated approach was adrenalising! My new-found Swiss partner was very reluctant to rope-up on the glacier...
- Log #9174 - by Fred Spicker on May 24, 1999Ascent via the South Couloir - a great day.