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mountaineering
Mount Blanc
Matterhorn
Eiger
Großglockner
others...

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

 

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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Eiger

The Eiger (Ogre) is a world-famous summit and one of the alpine ‘big three’ alongside the Matterhorn and Mont Blanc. Forming the left edge of the North Face, the Mittellegi Ridge rises in imposing steps and towers to a knife-edge snow crest leading to the summit. More technical than the Matterhorn even with sections of fixed rope, it was the last of the great Oberland ridges to be climbed (1921).
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Eiger  
for advanced mountaineers!  
   
 
   

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!
 
   
 
   

Großlockner

The Grossglockner is Austria's highest mountain and the highest mountain in the Alps east of the Brenner Pass. This makes it, after Mont Blanc, the second most prominent mountain in the Alps, when measured by relative height.h some mountaineering experience.
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Großlockner  
for all levels of mountaineers!  

 

 
 
     
     
     
     

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