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Can someone suggest a high mountain hike for two days with overnight in alpine hut? Preferably T3-T4 (T5) difficulty in wild area, without glacier or climbing equipment. Thanks
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Re: 2-days hike suggestion

In what region?


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Re: 2-days hike suggestion

thanks, basically in any region within 3h drive from Zug, which is everthing except extreme west.
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Can someone suggest a high mountain hike for two days with overnight in alpine hut? Preferably T3-T4 (T5) difficulty in wild area, without glacier or climbing equipment. Thanks
just a small note - T5 does mean that some equipment of alpinism is generally required. Probably especially problematic this year as there's still a lot of snow high up which would require more technical equipment.
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Re: 2-days hike suggestion

The hike up to the Christallina hut might be up your street. Did it with school many years ago, some sections were pretty tough but we needed no special equipment aside from good hiking shoes and an ok sense of balance.
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