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We are always out and about in nature. No matter what the season. With bicycles, on foot, on skis, with pickaxes and crampons, or by toboggan. By day and by night. Make sure that you always remember that this unique adventure also carries risks. You can make your way in safety through the Alpine region with our recommendations for each type of sport.

 


What you need to bear in mind

Mountain hiking

  • Fitness and health as a precondition
  • Careful route planning
  • Full set of equipment
  • Correct footwear
  • Sure-footedness
  • Stay on marked trails
  • Take regular breaks
  • Take responsibility for children
  • Travel in small groups
  • Respect nature and the environment

 


 

Mountain pasture hiking

  • Stay on the track
  • Keep your distance from grazing animals
  • Keep quiet
  • Give mothers and young animals a wide berth
  • Put your dog on a lead

 

Hiking safely on mountain pastures

 


 

Via ferrata

  • Careful route planning
  • Tailor your destination to your abilities
  • Use a full set of standard equipment
  • Do not go out if there is a risk of a storm
  • Carefully check wire cable and anchorages
  • Partner check at the start
  • Maintain sufficient gaps
  • Clear coordination when overtaking
  • Look out for falling rocks
  • Respect nature and the environment

 




Alpine tours

  • Fitness and health as a precondition
  • Take note of your altitude
  • Careful route planning
  • Full set of equipment
  • Regular breaks
  • Regularly practice cable and belaying technique
  • Rope up on the glacier
  • Ensure you know where you are at all times
  • Respect nature and the environment
  • Be aware of the risk of being swept away

 


 

Mountain bike rides

  • Fitness and health as a precondition
  • Careful route planning
  • Thoroughly check your bike in advance
  • Wear a helmet
  • Full set of equipment
  • Monitor your speed
  • Respect pedestrians
  • Brake sensibly
  • Look out for animals
  • Only ride on suitable tracks



Snowshoe walking and winter hiking

  • Fitness and health as a precondition
  • Careful route planning
  • Full set of equipment
  • Take note of the avalanche location report and assess
  • Take regular breaks
  • Keep sensible distances
  • Assess risk of falling
  • Travel in small groups
  • Respect nature and the environment

 

Current avalanche report

 


 

Back-country skiing & freeriding

 

  • Fitness and health as a precondition
  • Careful route planning
  • Take note of the avalanche location report
  • Assess risk of avalanches
  • Take regular breaks to check where you are
  • Keep sensible distances
  • Avoid falls
  • Travel in small groups
  • Respect nature and the environment



 

Current avalanche report

 


 

Piste touring

 

The following applies to all ski resorts in South Tyrol:

  • Ski touring pistes means ascent trails that have been precisely defined and prepared for ski touring by the operator.
  • Ascending via the ski slopes during operating hours is forbidden by law. This also excludes the edge of the piste, if not explicitly intended for use for this purpose by the operator, signposted and secured.
  • During ski slope operating hours, all winter sportsmen and women must comply with the advertised regulations of the relevant ski resort; this also applies to piste touring.
  • During ski slope preparation and maintenance times, access to the slopes is forbidden. Snow groomers and snow canons are in use. There is an acute risk to life due to the use of ski slope equipment with cable winches!
  • After the end of operating hours, even in the event of special evening regulations for piste tourers, the slopes are NOT illuminated and there is NO guarantee of rescue in the event of an emergency.
  • If there is a shortage of snow, not all piste touring routes are accessible. Find out more about the conditions and possibilities from the relevant resort.

Ski tour at Skiworld Ahrntal

 



Ice climbing

 

Climbing on the short-lived material that is ice, holds a tremendous fascination for many vertical sportsmen and women, with frozen waterfalls often only being available to climb for a short period of time. For this reason, all the more caution is advised when assessing the conditions, with experience and a trained eye being essential for climbing the ice safely.

 

Mountain and ski guide for safe ice climbing
Hans Kammerlander mountain guide
Hans Kammerlander mountain guide
Josef-Jungmannstr. / Via Josef-Jungmann 8
39302 Sand in Taufers / Campo Tures
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Mountain guide Gabriel Steger
Mountain guide Gabriel Steger
Ahrnerstrasse 42
39030 Luttach/Ahrntal valley
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Mountain guide Günther Ausserhofer
Mountain guide Günther Ausserhofer
Via del Paese 29 Dorfstr.
39030 Luttach/Ahrntal valley
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Mountain guide Martin Stolzlechner
Mountain guide Martin Stolzlechner
Oberdorf 20
39030 Steinhaus/Ahrntal valley
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Mountain guide Simon Gietl
Mountain guide Simon Gietl
39030 Luttach/Ahrntal valley
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