ALL THIS IN ONE DAY
Breathtaking sceneries in Hohe Tauern National Parc and Zell am See surrounding mountains
Learn about mountain environment (fauna, geology,
ecosystem, snow, landscape, etc.)
Off the beaten track, out of crowded places/trails
Do you want to experience Austrian Alps, but you only
have a short time to do it?
Go on a day journey with an certified hiking guide to explore the accessible and beautiful
mountain ranges of the Alps.
A one day long excursion without lodging, returning in
the evening. No experience necessary!
Don’t hesitate to contact us to check our availability
and to discuss specific details. We can arrange also
private trips that meet individual group needs!
hiking & trekking guide
Are dogs permitted? Please
• English speaking, experienced & knowledgeable guide
• Snowshoes and poles
Price does not include:
• Food and drink
• Mountain rescue insurance
• Transportation to/from the trailhead
Registration cut off: 7 days
prior to departure
• If you have any health problems that could affect your hiking
performance, inform us.
• If you have any known asthma, allergies or hay fever, carry
antihistamines. Asthma sufferers should carry their asthma
medications or inhalers. Allergy suffers should carry an
EpiPen(s) and ensure someone on the hike knows where you carry
these. Diabetics should carry their medication.
• Wear comfortable boots/shoes.
we have to deal with extreme cold-weather conditions -
temperatures ranging from 0°C to -20°C!)
□ Warm hat
□ Warm gloves
□ Mountain trouser. Double–layer trouser (ski trousers are ok)
□ Rain jacket
□ Mountain/hiking boots covering
Your boots must be well broken in before the trip. Please do not
let the enjoyment of your trip be severely compromised by
blisters! NO SNEAKERS
□ warm socks
In the backpack (medium size - 40 l. max.)
□ Thermos or water bottle (2 liters minimum)
□ Sunblock and lip balm
□ Money (in case we make a break in a hut)
□ Lunch packet, emergency rations (chocolate, candy bars, etc.),
personal snack food
□ Personal medications
□ Rain trouser (to keep the trouser dry)
□ Toilet paper
□ Plastic bags to store gear inside your and for the waste
□ ID or passport, alpine club membership card, mobile phone,
□ Blister treatment. Compeed patches are the best.
• In case you have forgotten parts of your equipment at home,
please be so kind as to let me know about it before starting the
• I bring along a comprehensive first aid kit on each trip
• Pack light and don't take too much (max. weight: 8 kg)!
For any question, feel free to contact