Photo credit: Davide Rüetschi
The Daubenhorn is the most southeasterly summit in the Wildstrubel region. It's northeast ridge rises directly above Gemmi Pass. The northwest flank is an easy scramble and a frequently skied route in the spring. The view from the summit down into Leukerbad it truly impressive.
Daubenhorn Climbing Notes
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|1.||Schwarzhorn (Leukerbad) (3105 m)||1.9 km|
|2.||Trubelstock (2998 m)||3.2 km|
|3.||Steghorn (3146 m)||3.4 km|
|4.||Schneehorn (3178 m)||3.7 km|
|5.||Rinderhorn (3448 m)||4.8 km|
|6.||Wildstrubel (3243 m)||5.8 km|
|7.||Torrenthorn (2998 m)||5.9 km|
|8.||Tschingellochtighorn (2735 m)||6.3 km|
|9.||Majinghorn (3054 m)||6.6 km|
|10.||Balmhorn (3698 m)||7.0 km|