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Mountaineering Course with Wildspitze Summit | Austria
Wildspitze
Wildspitze

Mountaineering Course with Wildspitze Summit

Join Tal, an IFMGA-certified guide, on this epic mountaineering course culminating with a climb up Wildspitze.


TRIP TYPE

Group

MOUNTAIN RANGES

Alps

DURATION

7 Days

OFFER PERIOD

Jun - Sep

FITNESS LEVEL

Fit

SKILL LEVEL

Beginner

PAYMENT METHODS

Credit Card, Wire Transfer and more!

  • Enjoy spectacular views from the summit of Wildspitze.
  • Climb several other mountain peaks as you learn new techniques.
  • Learn valuable mountaineering self-rescue and safety techniques.

Description

The wild and picturesque Austrian Alps await you on this 8-day mountaineering course, which will see you perched upon the summit of  Wildspitze by the end of the week!

Our adventure begins with a bit of learning as we get you up to speed on a variety of essential mountaineering techniques, including knot tying, belaying, and crampon and ice axe usage.

We will practice belaying and maneuvering on the Ziegelwies wall, which is a 20-minute hike from our hotel in Füssen, before packing up the next day and heading out to Piztal in Tyrol. Once we arrive at the trailhead, we will ascend over the Taschach glacier and onto the Taschachhaus mountain hut.

We will get an early start the next day and put some of our newly acquired skills to the test as we climb the Sexegerten Spitze. This peak is perfect for learning by doing and, as we go along, we will learn how to tie in, and mountaineer in the most energy-efficient manner and climb a Via Ferrata.

After another day of learning different anchoring and safety techniques, we will get an early start and make our way back over the Taschach glacier and on to Tyrol’s tallest peak – Wildspitze.

After taking in the breathtaking views from the summit, we will head back down to the mountain hut and enjoy a well-deserved evening of great food and even better beer. The next morning, we will have a brief session learning self-rescue techniques before heading back to the hotel in Füssen and saying our goodbyes.

So what are you waiting for? Book now for your epic mountaineering experience in the heart of the Austrian Alps!

If you like the look of this trip then we think you will also enjoy our 8-day ice climbing expedition in the Dolomites!

Price includes

- Guiding fee

- Transport during the trip

Price details

The Price Includes:

6 full days in the mountains.

Planning and guiding by an IFMGA/UIAGM qualified guide/Aspirant.

Guiding in a min/max 1:4 ratio (allows a fast progress).

Modern & advanced, technical equipment (excluding clothing and shoes).

Transportation during the activity.

* Price does not include:

Flights and insurances.

Transportation to or from Füssen before and after the activity.

Mountaineering shoes rental.

1 night in a hotel in Füssen Germany (68 €).

5 nights in an alpine hut + halfboard (60 € for alpine club member).

Gear transport from the valley to the hut (8 €).

Total price estimation 1,550 €

Secure your spot with just 25% payment

48-hour free cancellation with 30-day advance booking


Itinerary

Day 1: Arrival

We will meet at 6 pm in Füssen im Allgäu (Germany) to check our gear and learn the essential knots.

Day 2: Taschachhaus (2,440 m)

We will hike from Mittleberg to Taschachhaus (2,440 m), check in, and then head out to learn how to belay and maneuver on the rocks with heavy approach shoes.

Day 3: Taschachferner (The Taschach glacier)

From Taschachhaus mountain hut, we will head to Taschachferner (The Taschach glacier) and practice walking on snow and ice, using an ice axe and crampons, and self-arrest.

Day 4: Sexegerten Spitze (3,400 m).

Getting an early start, we will climb our first alpine summit: Sexegerten Spitze (3,400 m). We will work on energy efficiency. ( 1,000 m elevation gain, 5-6 hours hike, short section of via ferrata at the beginning)

Day 5: Anchor and rescue systems

We will learn different anchor and rescue systems that are essential for safe mountaineering.

Day 6: Wildspitze (3,760 m)

We will wake up at 4 am and climb to the summit of Wildspitze via Taschachferner. Evening celebration at the hut.

Day 7: Self-rescue and return

We will stay around the Taschachhaus hut and learn some self-rescue techniques then return to Füssen.

About the guide: Tal

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Tal

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Mountain Guide

I am in the mountains all year-round, either guiding a trip or exploring on my own. Mountain guiding is not only my profession and passion but also my inner calling. I am a qualified IFMGA mountain and ski guide.

In 2012, I established my mountaineering school "Mountains" with the motto: Quality guiding on snow, rock and ice. You can count on a low client to guide ratio, reliable gear and high quality programs led by our talented team of guides. We are not adrenaline junkies - we put safety first and strive to meet and exceed all of our clients' needs.

We take great pride in having more than 30% returning clients and would be thrilled to welcome you to our "Mountains" family during your next rock, snow or ice adventure!

Languages

| German | English | Arabic

Certificates

VDBS | IFMGA

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What people are saying about Tal

Deborah

5.00

The course was intensive and fun! Tal is an incredible teacher and has a very vast knowledge which he shared with the group. Would definitely recommend to anyone looking for a short adventure in an incredible location.

Neil

5.00

Great trip that I'll remember forever, Tal did a great job of managing the logistics of a puzzle with many moving pieces! Both leading guides Jeff and Andi were first class and made the trip. Overall, top notch I would be happy to recommend!

Jennifer

5.00

There were several hiccoughs with Explore-share dates in the beginning. But, they got resolved quickly with responsive staff. It was a bit confusing at first because different guides would accept the offer and then fall away. So the early process through ES was a bit confusing. With multiple different emails and multiple different proposed guides that seemed to disappear as quickly as they popped up. This is why ES is rated 4 stars. ES is a good idea but just needs to fine tuned. ES offers a great way to get access to guides when you have few contacts. I think it is a good idea and has a future. The staff were fabulous though at reassuring and updating me. Once the booking was confirmed with Tal Niv we had very good communication over a period of a few months. Tal was organised and in touch frequently. There was a mis-communication in the trip dates (human error) but Tal quickly resolved it and managed to secure us Julian Resch who did an excellent job guiding us on an acclimatisation hike up the east ridge of Weissmies. Julian was easy comfortable company and was very professional. He was patient, encouraging and kind. I would recommend Tal and Julian for anyone seeking an adventure. Good luck ES - we will use you again in the future.

Sergejs

5.00

An awesome adventure provided by Tal's company. All requirements were met and schedule was adjusted for the changing weather conditions. It was one of the best guided tours I've experienced so far!

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