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Matterhorn Guidebook?

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Does anyone know of a good guidebook for the Matterhorn in Switzerland? I am striking out. Everything at Amazon seems to be related to hiking and trekking.

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just follow the herd


The Alpine 4000m Peaks by the Classic routes is old, but useful.


Hochtouren im Wallis by Hermann Biner is in german and better (Hochtouren ~= alpine climbs in german)

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