More and more people are looking for their individual outdoor experience in the wilderness - preferably off the beaten track and with maximum adventure character. But only a few have the literal competence to move independently, safely and risk-consciously in high alpine terrain. Mountains are not sports devices with certified safety and require respect first and foremost: respect for the alpine dangers and respect for the very sensitive nature. And that is exactly why we have developed the Gesäuse BaseCamps. Here you will learn in individual small groups the basics of every form of locomotion in the Gesäuse mountains and in the mountain wilderness.
On the mountain, BaseCamps for ski tours and snowshoe tours await you, and in the valley you will learn how the Vikings got around from scratch. Common to all BaseCamps is the high quality standard. This manifests itself in the small group size (3-6 people), the course leadership by a proven professional in his/her field and a well thought-out program in theory and practice. At the end of each camp, participants are equipped to plan and implement easy to moderately difficult tours on snow.
Before you and the Gesäuse really get going, we have compiled the most important tips and information about skiing and snowboarding for you. If you still have questions, just contact our team - we will be happy to help you personally.
They are rustic and outspoken, the Gesäuse inns. And "regional" is not a code word in the Gesäuse, but a duty. In their backpacks they have a selection of Styrian classics to delight the palate. The traditional preparation awakens a thousand and one memories and, on balance, simply makes you blissful.
And restful sleep is possible in the Gesäuse anyway. Hotels, guesthouses, huts and campsites are scattered all over the Gesäuse. Everyone is sure to find a comfortable bed for the night. That's a promise!
Pictures say more than a thousand words. And before you form your own picture of the Gesäuse, let us seduce you a bit visually. The rest will happen automatically on site. Because the Gesäuse has never left anyone untouched.