My career as a mountain guide has allowed me to travel far, especially in winter. So I could discover from Canada, Norway, Japan, Georgia Peru and of course the Alps countries. However, I was drawn back to the Pitztal valley, which my family and I call home.
I and the team would like to share my experiences especially in the alpine and freeride area with you. The safety of our guests as well as the fun on the tours is our top priority. The Pitztal, one of the wildest side valleys of the Eastern Alps, is the perfect place for winter sports addicts. With our numerous 3,000m peaks, the unique waterfalls along the valley, as well as the glacier area, we can offer you breathtaking outdoor activities.
Production technician / mechanical engineering
Certified mountain and ski guide
International Canyon Guide
Trained HoR SHRV Level 1
Grew up in Tieflehn in Pitztal
College of Production Engineering and. Tooling in Fulpmes
Elevator mechanic at the company Schindler Switzerland/Graubünden
Training for certified mountain and ski guide, international Canyon Guide training, trained HoR SHRV Level 1
Since 2008 I work self-employed in different areas, which was extremely fun for me and has always provided a change. In the summer I was active as a mountain guide, mainly in the Alps, as well as individual treks such as eg. at the Kilimajaro. In the winter I worked most of the time on the Arlberg as a guide and freeride guide, in the late winter I preferred ski touring weeks, where it then moved me through the Alpine countries. In the spring and in the autumn I led canyoning tours through our local gorges.
Inventor and organizer of the Pitztal Wild Face Freeride Extreme. The hardest freeride race in the world, always taking place on the first weekend in March
Heli-Ski Guide at Canadian Mountain Holidays "CMH" in Canada
Founding member of the mountain guide association Pitztal in summer
Head of Alpine and Freeride Academy