On April 16, 2019, Hansjörg Auer, David Lama and Jess Roskelley died on Howse Peak in Canada. John Roskelley, Jess's father, reconstructed the accident in detail using photos and GPS data from their cell phones and cameras.
The South Korean high-altitude climber Kim Hong-bin, known as the man without a finger, had a fatal accident while descending from Broad Peak.
On Tuesday, a mountain accident occurred on the Lauteraarhorn near Guttannen. Two alpinists were killed in the process. Investigations into the accident have started.
Two alpinists got into trouble this weekend in the Monte Rosa area. The two women froze to death, while the man was hypothermic and saved with frostbite.
The 21-year-old mountaineer, who had been missing since last autumn, was found dead below the Watzmann-Mittelspitze.
On Friday morning, several alpinists were hit by a slab on the ascent to Piz Russein in Sumvitg. Two people were killed.
Shortly after Dynafit's Big Triple project started, a member of the project team was killed. The project was canceled.
On Saturday, April 24, 2021 at around 07:15 a.m., there was a mountain accident in Bourg-St-Pierre. A German mountain guide was killed.
On April 16, 2021 around 10:30 a.m., a fatal mountain accident occurred on Pollux (4089 m above sea level). A 17-year-old climber lost his life in the process.
On Tuesday afternoon, a man had an accident on the ski run from the Eiger via the west flank. The rescue workers who were immediately called up could only rescue the man dead. His companion was flown out unharmed.
The snowboarder Julie Pomagalski lost her life in an avalanche accident on Gemsstock in the canton of Uri. She was 40 years old.
In 2020, 3471 people in the Swiss Alps and the Jura were in an emergency and had to be rescued or rescued by mountain rescue - more than in any previous year. 112 people had fatal accidents in classic mountain sports.
On Saturday morning, February 27, 2021, a mountain accident occurred in the Girenspitz area. A 27-year-old mountaineer was killed.
The three missing K2 climbers John Snorri, Juan Pablo Mohr and Muhammad Ali Sadpara were officially declared dead by their families. There is no longer any hope that the three are still alive.
On September 18.09.2020, XNUMX, a three-person rope team slipped on a snowfield in the Titlis area and fell into a crevice. One person died in the process.