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mountaineering
Mount Blanc
Matterhorn
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rock climbing
sport climbing in:
Italy - Arco & Sarca Valley
Austria
Germany - Frankenjura
other…

multi-pitch climbing:
italy – dolomites
Italy - Arco & Sarca Valley
Austria - Tirol, Salzburg

ice climbing
Austria - Tirol, Salzburg

Skiing
off-piste Austria
backcountry skiing:
Haute Route (France-Switzerland)
Austria:
Großglockner
Dachtein
Tirol








We are an international family that loves mountaineering. In the lasts years we have stablished our home in Bariloche, Northern Patagonia, and in Austria. Since then, we enjoy the best of the mountains of each continent, Europa and South America.

With more than 20 years of mountaineering and 10 years guiding in this areas, our guides transmit their knowledge and safety to all our guests in their trip to this wild area of the world.

We provide a first class level service that will make you return again and again looking for more fun, learning and adventure. read more about us...

 
These are only ideas of what you could do with us this spring and summer season:

Arco and Sarca Valley
Italy

Arco is situated within the Sarca Valley and offers something for everyone, from single pitch sports routes to long Dolomite style airy multi-pitch routes on the big walls of Monte Casale, Piccolo Dain and Monte Brento. The whole area is vast with many 1000's of routes to choose from at all grades on superb limestone rock.
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Arco climbing
  for all levels of climbers!    
     

 

   

Haute Route
Backcountry skiing

March and April are the ideal times to head across the pond for the hut-to-hut-tour to end all hut-to-hut tours: the Haute Route. The Haute Route, or High Route, traverses from Chamonix, France to Zermatt, Switzerland. It usually takes seven to ten days to travel through 90 kilometers of the most stunning scenery in the world: glaciers, mountain passes, and 4.000 meters peaks in every direction. read more...

   
advance backcountry skiers only!  
   
 
   

Climb Matterhorn

The Matterhorn is one of the world's most famous peaks. The almost perfect 'mountain' shape has long attracted climbers from around the globe - it just has to be done! . read more...

   
advanced mountaineers only!
 
   
   
   

Climb Mount Blanc

Mount Blanc is the highest peak in the Alps. To climb this beautiful mountain is truly a memorable experience. The magnificent scenery and final exposed summit ridge makes this perhaps the finest snow route in the Alps. The ascent offers a relatively straight-forward, high altitude climb in a dramatic alpine setting suitable for both beginner and intermediate climbers with some mountaineering experience.
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for all levels of mountaineers!  

 

 
   
 

Dolomites
multipitch and sport climbing in Italy

The Dolomites are a challenging and beautiful range of steep limestone peaks situated south of the Austrian/Italian border. Many of the peaks are over 3000m+ high, giving long and demanding big wall routes up to 800m long. Some routes can be over 20-pitches long, however the vast majority of them can be done in a single days outing or with an overnight stay in a mountain hut or lodge.
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Dolomites    
for all levels of climbers!
       

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