Jun, Jul, Aug, Sep
We’ll meet at 5 pm in Füssen im Allgäu. After a briefing, we’ll have dinner and begin practicing knots.
On day 2, we’ll drive to Mittelberg and begin a 2-3 hour hike to the Taschachhaus, situated at 2,440 meters above sea level. Then, we’ll do the check-in in the hut and start with our training.
After breakfast, we’ll practice walking on ice and snow and I’ll teach you about the use of the equipment. Later, we’ll plan the route for the following day.
Day 4 will be the day of our first summit: the Sexegerten Spitze. The mountain is located at an altitude of 3,400 meters and we’ll face an elevation gain of around 1,000 meters (5-6 hours).
On this day, we’ll focus on anchor and rescue systems, both essential mountaineering skills.
We’ll begin very early, at 4 am, because we’ll go for a 10-hour climb to the highest mountain in Tyrol. On this climb, we’ll face an elevation gain of 1,200 meters. The summit will allow us to contemplate astonishing views. Finally, we’ll celebrate our achievement with a nice dinner in the hut.
Füssen im Allgäu, Germany.
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!
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