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Wildspitze Guided Ski Ascent


Take a Skiing tour to the summit of the Wildspitze mountain, the second highest mountain in all of Austria, with IFMGA Certified Mountain Guide, Andreas.


1 Day

Feb - Apr



Join me to the summit of the highest mountain in North Tyrol, Wildspitze (3,770m).

Located in the Otztal Alps, Wildspitze is the second highest mountain in all of Austria, after Grossglockner (3,798m). However, don't let second place dissuade you because this is an amazing mountain. And what makes this trek to the summit even more incredible is that you will you be doing it with skis on your feet.

That's right. You will be Skiing to the Summit of one of the most impressive mountains in the Alps. You will be gliding up, through, and down, the gorgeous, snowy slopes of Wildspitze. And you can be sure that when ascending a mountain with the word Wild in it, with Skis on your feet, you are going to have an amazing time.

The route to the summit will begin along the tracks of Pitztaler Gletscherskigebiets where we will go up to Mittelbergjoch. From there we will only have about an 800 Meter Ascent to the Summit. Finally, after absorbing the beautiful view atop the mountain, we will make our way back down to the Pitztaler. During the 2000 Meter Descent, we will also go over the beautiful Taschach Glacier.

So come, join me on this amazing ascent to the top of the Wildspitze Mountain. And enjoy the thrill of doing it while skiing on this magnificent mountain's waves of powder white slopes.

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And if you are interested in joining me on an ascent of the highest mountain in South Tyrol in Northern Italy. You can join me on a 2-Day Trek to the summit of the Ortler Mountain (3,905m).

Price includes

- Guiding fee


More info

An approximately 28 Euro train ticket for tour guides, along with possible rental equipment are not included in the price, and are extra costs. If participants need skis and Crampons they can be provided at an extra cost.

Meeting point

8 Uhr Gletscherexpress Valley Station in the farthest Pitztal.

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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