HERMANDESMET | 150 Years Climbing on Matterhorn
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150 Years Climbing on Matterhorn

150 Years Climbing on Matterhorn

This summer, it’s 150 years ago since the most famous mountain of Switzerland, the Matterhorn, was first climbed. To celebrate this event I selected 5 photo’s I made in the past 15 years from this magical mountain.

The photo on top is my “winner”. A classic view on Matterhorn made at 5 am, just after sunrise, at the Riffelsee.

The photo under is a Capra Ibex looking right into my lens, with the Matterhorn and Hornli Ridge in the back.


Hereunder a sunrise view on the unknown North Face of Matterhorn. Photo shot at sunrise from the highest mountain hut in Western Europe: the Capanna Regina Margerita at Italy’s highest point: the Signalkuppe:


Number 4: a view just before sunrise from the Zermatt side, close to Riffelalp:


And the last photo of my selection, one of the first digital images I made from Matterhorn (with a Sony Cybershot back in the days): a panoramic image of the Matterhorn North Face, made at sunset, seen from the highest point in Italy, the Signalkuppe.


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