Book your private mountain guide for tours in the Ziller Valley and all over the world
Leisurely hikes, classic alpine tours, or mighty 4000m summits. In addition to the tours guided in groups, you can book your private mountain guide for all these tours and numerous other destinations. We will design an itinerary that will meet your requirements and help you achieve your ambitions, whether you are an individual or part of a group. One of the main advantages of engaging a private guide is that the tour is tailored entirely around your aspirations and your guide is able to pay close hand attention to your ability and experience – adjusting and assisting as you go along if necessary.
Our guides are passionate mountaineers with vast experience of ski tours, high altitude tours, Via Ferrata etc. We all enjoy the challenge to accommodate your requests, allow us to guide you in the most astonishing mountainous areas, over lonely ridges, impressive glaciers, and challenging north faces. Our experienced guides will set a pace that suits your physical fitness and skills – of course there will be time to catch your breath and take photos of the unbelievably beautiful scenery.
In addition to individual tour planning, you will also benefit from maximum alpine safety provided by our mountain guides as they have an excellent knowledge of the alpine terrain and can assist you whenever needed.
- All mountain tours are accompanied by UIAGM/IFMGA-certified mountain guides
- Mountain hikes and treks are guided by state-certified mountain guides and trained local guides
- Of course, we take care of hotel bookings for our tour offers and travels
- We reserve the huts when required for our high-altitude tours
- We are also happy to organise and book flight tickets and transfers to the destination
- We are carrier of the seal of approval for Austrian Alpine schools, a sign of quality and safety
Our versatile ski touring programme covers a wide range beginning with trial tours to ski traverses in Tirol, or challenging tours along the Alpine Arch. You will most certainly find just the right tour for
you. Rental gear for glacier tours, as well as the avalanche equipment is included. Avalanche backpacks and ski touring skis can be booked additionally.
Your first high altitude 3000
Berlin High Trail
The first high altitude adventure
Along the Berlin High Trail, the Schönbichler Horn at 3134 m might well be your first summit rising above 3000 m - it is well known for its magnificent panoramic view of the Waxeggkees below Große Möseler 3478 m. Große Möseler is a classic high-altitude tour from the Furtschagl hut leading over Furtschaglkees to the imposing summit. One of the most beautiful descents is definitely the one leading over the eastern Möselerscharte to the Berlin hut.
Schwarzenstein as your first high altitude tour is ideal as you will need to cross a glacier using crampons and a pickaxe. The summit at 3369 m above the Adriatic can be conveniently combined with an overnight stay at the new Schwarzenstein hut.
In the footsteps of Peter Habeler
The next challenge to prepare yourself for the mountains of the world like Peter Habeler a famous mountaineer from Zillertal, is the Große Löffler 3379m. The ascent of the Große Löffler rightly counts to the great mountain adventures in the Zillertal Alps.
Another beautiful mountain – the Olperer 3476m is one of the highlights along the Peter Habeler Long – Distance Hike. You might meet Peter Habeler himself on top of the Olperer. It can also be done as a day tour by using the glacier cable car from Hintertux. Although the more scenic approach leads past the Olperer hut.
If you decide to embark on this Long – Distance Hike you will be rewarded with the most magnificent alpine landscape and beautiful views.
The highest peak in the Zillertal Alps
At imposing 3510 m Hochfeiler is the highest peak in the Zillertal Alps, although the approach from the Hochfeiler hut at 2710 m isn’t as daunting as one could expect. Classic Ice routes such as the Hochfeiler North Face, Griesferner North Face, and the Hochferner North Face are particularly attractive. The best conditions for climbing those ice routes can be found in spring or early summer.
Berlin High Trail
This beautiful high-altitude trail takes you along a major part of alpine history. Zillertal was already a highly active valley for mountaineers in the middle of the 19:th century. Ginzling became the centre of mountaineering tourism with more mountain guides based there than in other villages combined. The Berlin Hut was the first shelter in Zillertal back in 1879. It has been a listed building since 1997 due to its unique character. In 1889 the crossing from the Berlin Hut via Schönbichler Horn to the newly built Furtschagl Hut was further developed into a high -altitude trail. This passage laid the foundation for today’s alpine path network and leads through the heart of the Zillertal Alps Nature Park. Magnificent views of the glaciated mountain world and the beautiful alpine scenery await you.