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Phenomenally beautiful elevated Snowshoe hiking tour in ideally suited terrain, with breathtaking views of the peaks of the Three Thousanders of the High Tauern Range (Hohen Tauern) and of the entire Kitzbuehel Range.
Teufelsgasse and Prost Kogel (1244m) in the Kitzbühel Alps . One of the most impressive and scenic snowshoe hikes in the Kitzbühel Alpen. The little Chapel at Hinterberg is our starting point. Our ascent is over the Teufelgasse (the Devil’s Passage) alm hut to the mythical Devil’s Passage (Teufelsgasse).
Ice Climbing history has always been written in the valleys of Tyrol and Salzburg! Whether it be in the Tyrolean Pinnistal, Salzburg’s Gastein Valley or in the Felbertauern, there are countless frozen waterfalls just waiting for you!!
The Dolomites - a popular destination for many climbers and mountaineers in summer - offer countless opportunities for ice climbing in winter.
With touring skis on Austria’s fourth highest peak: The Grossvenediger towering far over the Hohe Tauern National Park. It's white, glacier-capped flanks flawlessly suited to providing an unforgettable ski mountaineering experience.
One of the most scenic mountaineering ski tours to Austria's second highest mountain, located in the Oetztal Alps.
An undemanding Three Thousander in the Granatspitz Group: The high Stubacher Sonnblick is the ideal Three Thousander for the first Ski tour in high alpine terrain. No prior alpine knowledge is required for the ascent and thanks to some lift access, quite achievable in one day.
Harschbichl via Kröpfalm 1604 m A front country/side country tour, ideal for beginners or during bad weather, on avalanche danger days, or even those times with little snow cover. We begin our tour at the Alpine restaurant Grander Schupf which lies at 825m above sea level. We start gently uphill along the slopes and after only 15 minutes we leave the resort boundaries and find ourselves in open terrain.
Ideal for beginners or during bad weather, on avalanche danger days, or even those times with little snow cover. A Piste Groomer brings off-piste skiers up during the season, so a groomed slope is generally available from the Sonnbergstube Restaurant onwards.
The Ellmauer Tor - the most famous Tour in the Kaiser Range. The Tour begins at the Carpark at the Wochenbrunner Alm Restaurant. It follows the forest road to the Gaudeamus Hut at 1270m. Then over wide open slopes with stunning views of the countless towers, crags and crannies up to the Ellmauer Tor.