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We are a fully licensed Austrian guide service and mountaineering school and every expedition, trip or training is led by at least one IFMGA or AMGA certified lead guide in order to ensure the highest possible safety and quality.


Markus Pucher

Bergführer Pucher

Since Markus was 14 years old, he is a very motivated, enthusiastic mountaineer. From growing up in Carinthia, he went out into the world to explore mountains like Cerro Torre (Patagonia), Eiger Nordwand and the Grand Jorasses Nordwand. It doesn’t matter if it’s Rockclimbing, Iceclimbing or Mountainclimbing, we can always rely on Markus and really appreciate to have him in our team.


Ulises Corvalán

Uli is our expert for south america. Until today he summited Aconcagua not less then 57 times and did the ascents on four different routes! But he does not stop here! Uli did all of the Seven Summits, some of them more than one time. He has been working as a mountain guide for 27 years and is a trainer of the National School of Mountain Guides in Mendoza, Argentina for more then 20 years now.

Climbing Biography:

Mount Everest (3x), Broad Peak, Seven Summits, Alpamayo (4x), Artesonraju (2x), Huascaran (2x), Tocllaraju (2x), Quitaraju (4x), Ojos del Salado 6.893 m (2x), Pissis 6.795 m, Bonete 6.759 m, Tres Cruces 6.749 m, Huascaran 6.746 m (3x), Llullaillaco 6.739 m, Mercedario 6.701 m (2x), Walter Penck 6.685 m, Inca Huasi 6.638 m (2x and first winter ascent) and all together more than 50 summits over 6.000m and more than 100 over 5.000m.


Herbert Wolf

Herbert was born in 1967 and lives in the Salzkammergut region of Austria. For more than 18 years he has been travelling the world with guests as a certified mountain and ski guide. This includes 11 expeditions to 8,000 m high mountains and a multitude of other expeditions and trekking tours in the Himalayas and the Karakorum. Herbert guided all 7 Summits with guests.  He also works as a canyoning guide and court surveyor for climbing and avalanche accidents.

Highlights: Mount Everest (2x), Shisha Pangma, Nanga Parbat, Cho You (2x), Putha Hiunchuli, all 7Summits, Kamet (first Austrian on India’s 3rd highest mountain).


Dave Watson

Dave Watson is a father of 3 residing in the Columbia River Gorge.  He is a professional ski patroller with 20 years of experience and currently an ambassador for the National Ski Patrol and Subaru.  A mountain guide with 2 summits of Mt Everest, Dave has also skied down K2 from over 27,000 feet.  As owner of MountainSavvy Avalanche School, pro member of the American Avalanche Association, AIARE certified instructor with a Pro 2 certification, he prefers to be where the slopes are steep and the snow is deep.


Mingma Sherpa

Bergführer Mingma

Mingma Sherpa, who comes from the Makalu region, seems to be tireless. He is our Lead Sherpa and has already contucted many of our expeditions with his sherpas. Not only does he lead our sherpas successfully to the summit, but he also has always energy left for the expedition participants to support them.

An excerpt from his impressive repertoire:

19x Everest, 2x K2, 4x Manaslu, 3x Broad Peak, Makalu, Cho Oyu, Dhauagiri, Lhotse, …

Rupert Hauer

Bergführer Hauer

Rupert is a certified mountain and skiing guide and has been leading expeditions around the Alps and the highest mountains in the world for years. His expeditions include the following 8000s: 4x Everest, K2, Broad Peak, Dhaulagiri, Cho Oyu und Shisha Pangma, which are all higher than 8000m. Whether climbing tours, guiding high altitude tours or challenging expeditions, he feels comfortable in every terrain.


Max Berger

Bergführer Berger

Born in 1969, mountain guide for 30 years and previously instructor for the austrian mountain guides. Exploring the mountains since his childhood, preferably in difficult rock- and iceclimbing routes. Leaded all big classics of the alps multiple times, including the Freneypfeiler and the Eiger northface. Piolet d´or nominee and succesful with countless expeditions in Alaska, Patagonia and the Himalayas (Broad Peak, 2x Cerro Torre, 2x Fitz Roy, Aguja Poincenot, St. Exupery, Cerro Standhardt, Nordgrat Ama Dablam, K2 Cesen attempt up to bottle neck,…).


Christoph Garber

Bergführer Garber

Since being a child Christoph has always been out in the neighboring mountains. At the age of 22 he already finished his professional training to be an IFMGA mountain guide. A big success at this young age, which reveals the huge commitment, skills and experience that he brings into his job. Whether he is climbing, mountaineering, ice climbing or freeriding – as long as Christoph is in the mountains he feels at home and enjoys giving this same feeling to all his team members. Dhaulagiri VII is one of the mountains he summited with us in 2018.


Roland Striemitzer

Bergführer Striemitzer

Already in his early childhood Roland started to develop a big love for mountaineering and climbing in his home mountains, the Austrian “Karwendel” mountain range. Then, a few years ago, he finally decided to take the chance and turned his passion into his profession, when he started to work fulltime as a mountain guide. Now he is lucky enough to climb mountains all over the world.

(Climbing) Biography: Peru (Artesonraju, Cayesh, Tocllaraju, Curup,…), 2x Patagonia ( Cerro Torre, Torre Egger, Torre Standhardt, Fitz Roy, Saint Exupery), Alaska ( Denali Cassin Ridge), Greenland (first ascent “Northern Comfort“, 7a+, 500 Meter), Ice Climbing Canada, India (Kedarnath South Face), Alps (2x Eiger Northface, 3x Grandes Jorasses, 1x Matterhorn Northface Solo, Dru, Droites), Broad Peak, K2


Paul Guerra

Paul was born and raised in Quito, Ecuador. He started his career as a mountain guide (IFMGA and WFR) in 2006 and has been guiding expeditions all over South America (Aconcagua, Cotopaxi, Chimborazo, Cayambe …) and Himalaya (Everest).


Benjamin (Benny) Lieber

Benny is an experienced mountain guide. Climbing has brought him from the crevassed slopes of the Cascades to New Zealand’s Southern Alps, the Nepali Himalayas including Everest and the French Alps. Alaska has become home much of the year and is a key piece of Benny’s climbing.