Switzerland wants all-female teams to tackle its highest peaks

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Travel Insider 🔵 YOUR UPDATES TODAY 🔵 150 years since the first woman climbed the Matterhorn, the Swiss alpine town of Zermatt is calling for all-female teams to follow in her footsteps.

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“My husband will be pleased. I will now be doing this all the time!”

Taking in the damp alpine view across Andermatt from the summit of Diavolo, a 500m vertiginous via ferrata, the group are feeling elated. Some have never climbed to such heights, others have dabbled, but life got in the way.

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