BaseCamp Klettern


About the offer

The Gesäuse has a lot to offer. And not so much either. Above all, no climbing aids. That means especially in winter: Whoever wants to go up needs their own drive. No gondola, no chair lift - the only thing that leads to the summits in winter is muscle power. No effort, no price. Or also: the schnapps has to be earned. And the best thing is: we have just the right offer to match! At the Gesäuse Skitouren BaseCamp you will not only learn the basics of ski touring, but also get to know some of the most beautiful winter locations in the region!

The facts

  • 3 days (Mon, Tue, Wed) ski touring package with extensive basic training in theory and practice
  • For ski touring beginners and advanced
  • Guided and managed by state-certified mountain and ski guides (and Gesäuse Alpine legends)
  • small groups up to max. 4 persons (very personal and individual care)
  • Loaning equipment safety set: avalanche transceiver, avalanche probe, avalanche shovel

The Guides

The two local Indians Christian Stangl and Oliver Rohrmoser are (state-certified) ski and mountain guides out of passion and that's exactly why you not only learn the basics of mountaineering on their tours, but also regularly have something to laugh about. They will guide you and your friends safely through the wintery Gesäuse and teach you everything you need to practice this sport in the BaseCamp ski touring.

Prices 2021

BaseCamp  € 360,00

Overnight stay

Your are still looking for a warm bed after ski tour? We are happy to help you with the search. Just write us at

Program sequence

BaseCamp, day 1 (Sunday)

At 6 p.m. you will be welcomed by your mountain guide at the headquarters of the alpine rescue service in Admont. In the evening you will receive an introduction about the following days. And as you do in a BaseCamp, you will be given an equipment check so that you can start the next day.

BaseCamp, day 2 (Monday)

The first day at the Ski Touring BaseCamp is the safety day. After breakfast at 09:00 a.m. we start with avalanche accident management in theory and practice: You learn how to search for avalanche victims with your avalanche transceiver, how to probe and dig out a buried person. You will also learn a lot about how to avoid avalanche accidents: How to interpret an avalanche situation report, which terrain to avoid, etc. Additionally, your mountain guide will show you the basics of first aid in the mountains.

BaseCamp, day 3 (Tuesday)

The day starts at 09:00 a.m. with a two-hour theory session on proper tour planning. But at 11:00 a.m. you will get down to business: You will do your first small ski tour with an ascent of 500-700m. There you will be taught in practice everything you need to know about the ascent and how to behave on the descent when ski touring: You will learn how to walk with climbing skins including the so important hairpin technique, the right track layout and the right group behavior on the descent (choice of meeting points etc.). After dinner you plan the ski tour for the next day as a group work.

BaseCamp, day 4 (Wednesday)

At 09:00 a.m. you start the highlight of your ski touring BaseCamp: The first longer ski tour to a mountain peak. Here, everything you have learned in the last days will be applied and deepened. Your tour planning from the evening before will also be analyzed. So you are prepared for your first independent moderate ski tours. Individual departure.

Not included in the scope of services

  • Overnight stay
  • Food and drinks
  • Transfers on site in carpools
  • Individual tips
  • Rental equipment

Good to know

According to the current avalanche and weather situation, the programme is subject to change. There is therefore no guarantee for the feasibility of the advertised course. Your safety comes first, so please be aware that your guide may decide to change the tour due to bad weather conditions. Thank you for your understanding!


  • Basic fitness for full-day tours of up to 6 hours and up to 1,000 metres in altitude.
  • Mountain experience (medium to difficult hikes)
  • Basic indoor climbing experience an advantage but not a prerequisite
  • Surefootedness in the terrain (on rock-strewn hiking trails)
  • Awareness of dizziness
  • Minimum age: 14 years

For a personal consultation, please contact your BaseCamp mountain guide Christian Stangl at +43 664 96 87 855.


The following climbing equipment must be brought along:


  • comfortable climbing shoes (with friction)
  • helmet
  • climbing harness

This equipment can be rented at the Pörl Sport Shop in Admont for a fee and advance reservation.


  • Carabiner
  • climbing rope

Date and time

  • 25 April - 27 April 2022
    02 May - 04 May 2022
    16 May - 18 May 2022
    06 June - 08 June 2022
    20 June - 22 June 2022
    11 July - 13 July 2022
    25 July - 27 July 2022
    08 August - 10 August 2022
    22 August - 24 August 2022
    05 September - 07 September 2022
    19 September - 21 September 2022

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