2941m. Located above the town of Leukerbad, the Daubenhorn is a mountain in the Bernese Alps known for having the longest Via Ferrata in Switzerland built into its Southeast rock face which allows access to the summit (Finishing about 60m below the summit). It is also possible to reach the summit by trekking a circuitous route starting from Gemmi Pass.

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User Date Style Notes & Partners
ipfreely 21 Jul -
Deezel65 21 Jul -
Jeremy Wilton 16 Jul AltLd O/S We got to the summit doing the via ferrata... not sure if this counts. We got the cable car down (about £15)... Be aware of falling rocks if walking up the path from Leukerbad. (We went up in the cable car - but you have to walk down the footpath to get to the start of the via ferrata).
with Andy Fairbairn
We got to the summit doing the via ferrata... not sure if this counts. We got the cable car down (about £15)... Be aware of falling rocks if walking up the path from Leukerbad. (We went up in the cable car - but you have to walk down the footpath to get to the start of the via ferrata).
with Andy Fairbairn
Bobby Pearson 5 Apr -
Keith Lambley 30 Jul, 2018 -
with Kate R
with Kate R
Mike Roger ??, 2016 -
Conan 12 Aug, 2015 - Nice summit with a surprisingly quick walk off
Nice summit with a surprisingly quick walk off
Hidden 24 Sep, 2013 -
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