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.
An accident occurred on the Finsteraarhorn on Friday, April 9, 2021. A mountain guide aspirant and his guest were killed in a fall.
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.
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.
The three alpinists Juan Pablo Mohr, Muhammad Ali Sadpara and John Snorri have been missing since Friday, February 5, 2021. Two reconnaissance flights after the three alpinists were unsuccessful.
The 27-year-old mountain guide Etienne Bernard from the Fassa Valley, Trentino, was killed in an avalanche on the Sass Pordoi.
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.
Last Friday, the Italian alpinist Matteo Pasquetto was killed in a fall in the Grandes Jorasses area.
On June 29, Andreas Lindner, a member of the DAV expedition squad, had a fatal accident in the Mont Blanc massif when approaching the west wall of Dru.
In memory of the exceptional athlete who participated in the 16. April 2019 died in Canada, his family published a video with impressive images.
On 24.07.2019 against 09.00 clock, occurred in Zermatt on Matterhorn a fatal mountain accident. Two people lost their lives.
According to the latest information from the Canadian park administration, David Lama, Hansjörg Auer and Jess Roskelley reached the summit of Howse Peak before being killed by an avalanche on descent.