Südliche Ötztaler Alpen – vom Wellnesshotel auf die Weisskugel

Im Nordwesten Südtirols, auf der Südseite der Ötztaler Alpen, umgeben von nicht minder eindrucksvollen Skigipfeln, beherrscht die mächtige Weisskugel den Talschluss des Matscher Tales. Fast 2000 Höhenmeter sind es bis ganz hinauf auf den…

Skitours at the Zufallhütte Ortles – Cevedale Region

Wide valleys, big glaciers, high summits – the Ortles-Cevedale group guarantees pure skiing enjoyment. Especially is the comfortable Zufall Hut, where there is even a Sauna and where the Hutkeeper Ulli will pamper us with best local food.
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In May on Dufourspitze

It’s an ambitious goal to climb the second highest summit of the Alps with Tour skis. Just the access to the Monte Rosa Hut over the Schwarztor (“Black Gate”) leaves a huge Impression. The long climb to the Dufourspitze, which begins early…
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Freeriding in the Dolomites – Val Gardena and Sella

The dolomites, a fairyland full of bizarre rock formations. Vertical walls rise right out of gentle high plains right to the sky. Countless ravines, steep couloirs, endlessly wide slopes and high plateaus are waiting for us to mark our traces…
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Around Ortles – Cevedale and Königsspitze

From the peak of the easily accessible Cevedale, you can see it already: the steep slope from the Königsspitze. In order to enjoy the 40 degree east face downhill, we have to get up early. Chances are we will get rewarded with a perfect firn…
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Ice Climbing Course II – Advanced

A course for those, who have already visited the Ice Climbing Course I and/or want to climb multi-pitch iceroutes within an independent roped party.
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Guided ski tours for beginners

As a skier you are mostly on groomed slopes, but it pulls you off and into the free skiing area? Are you interested in going into the wintry mountains, climbing up with skins and drawing your tracks on powder snow? Then the “guided ski tours…
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Grand Tour du Tyrol

This unusual ski crossing takes us in 5 days from the Zillertal to the Reschenpass. The downhill enjoyment is focussed; we have the skins with us, but we use cable cars and skilifts where it lends itself. So it is possible for us to handle this…
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Haute Route “easy”, Chamonix – Zermatt

The slightly simpler “sister” of the Classic Haute Route. The stages are not very long, sometimes we use lifts to shorten the climbs. However, the Haute Route “easy” is no less beautiful than the “Classic” and, like that, is one…
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On Touring Skis across the Dauphine

Are there really high mountains? We have been driving south for so long, leaving Turin far behind us and heading the Italian-French border. And there they are: at the summit of the Col de Montgenèvre a mighty granite mountain rises, surrounded…