Their bodies were found in a ravine on the Italian side of the mountain.
Two British climbers who went missing on Thursday have been found dead in the Alps.
Rescue workers said their bodies were found on Saturday in a ravine at an altitude of 3,800 metres, on the Italian side of the Matterhorn mountain.
The two 67-year-old men, identified as Peter Rumble and Dennis
Robinson, sent out a mayday call during a storm, but the high winds slowed down rescue efforts.
Temperatures dropped to minus 10 degrees Celsius, and their bodies were found buried in snow.
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