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Climb the Jubiläumsgrat (Jubilee Way) in the winter, 2 days with overnight in a bivouac


Join an IFMGA-certified mountain guide for an unforgettable, quite challenging but incredibly scenic 2-day mountaineering climb along the Jubiläumsgrat in the Bavarian Alps. Summit several peaks along the way and enjoy immaculate views out over Germany's Bavarian Alps.



2 Days

Jan - Mar, Dec




* Take in stunning views of southern Germany.

* Climb several peaks along this classic alpine ridge line.

* Get the unique experience of spending a night in a bivouac box.


Nestled into the Bavarian Alps in the south of Germany, the Jubiläumsgrat is a popular climbing route that heads up along the arête between the Zugspitze (2.962 meters) and the Hochblassen (2.706 meters).

Affectionately knows as Jubi in climbing circles, the six-kilometer ridge line is usually best climbed in the summer, but for a real challenge, we’ll be heading along it during the winter!

As long as the weather cooperates with us, we’ll be able to make a thrilling and adrenaline-pumping “tight rope walk” along the ridge, enjoying spectacular views out over some of the tallest and most iconic peaks in Germany.

We will also get the chance to climb the three peaks of the Höllentalspitzen (2.740 meters) and the Vollkarspitze (2.630 meters) along the way. These peaks sit on the ridge line and provide even more excellent views both back out the way we came and further along the ridge.

As the trip takes two days, we will spend the night in the famed bivouac box at Jubiläumsgrat, which can comfortably sleep up to 12 climbers and adds to the alpine experience.

In order to fully and safely enjoy this experience, you should be an experienced mountaineer in excellent physical condition as the climbing is both quite technical and tough.

So what are you waiting for? Book now for this unforgettable winter traverse of the Jubiläumsgrat  in Germany’s Bavarian Alps!

Price includes

- Guiding fee

Equipment you will need to bring


Ice axe


Water bottle




Mountaineering boots

About the guide

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Mountain Guide

My name is Andreas Biberger. I grew up in Mittenwald, in the district of Garmisch-Partenkirchen. Already as a child I was drawn to the mountains and spent a lot of time as a child on skis. At some point I started with rock climbing and everything developed gradually. After school, I first learned the profession of coach builder for cars and I also liked it a lot.

Again and again I also joined climbing courses at the local mountain school. Then I started a training to become a state-certified mountain and ski guide. I have always been passionate about endurance sports so I also tried other sports, such as triathlon, and participated in probably the most famous competition, the Ironman in Hawaii. Mountain biking is another big passion of mine.

I am a certified-IFMGA mountain guide, and for more than 20 years I have accompanied guests through the Alps several times a year. But I still like to travel in my homeland in the mountains and guide my guests to lesser-known but beautiful peaks.





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What people are saying about BBS-Alpin



Zugspitze via Hollental route was stunning right from the beginning until the end. This was probably the most beautiful climb for me. I enjoyed Ferrara and every step of the climb. I asked Andi to start at 4:30 as I was worry about thunderstorm in the afternoon and he was happy to accommodate my request. Andi was very caring, knowledgeable and patient as I always want to take lots of picture throughout the trip. This is my 3rd trip via Explore-share and I like free hassle of no need to look for a guide on the internet so may use them again in the feature.

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