Late October 2016 I went to Tirol, Austria with Visit Tirol - the local tourism Agency. I spent a week alongside my good friend Matias Molina, during which me summited peaks, shot sunrises and sunsets, and slept very little. Sounds good, doesn't it?
The first peak we reached was Hundskopf not far from Innsbruck. We hiked 1-2 hours in complete darkness and blistering cold, but it was all worth it when we reached the top. To show us the way we met up with local mountain-superman Tom Klocker.
One night we drove to the incredibly beautiful Plansee near the border with Germany. Another night we took the gondola up the the Rosshütte in Seefeld from which we enjoyed a solitary and beautiful sunset.
To reach Nockspitze we (once again) had to scramble through mud, stones, and gravel (mostly because we went "off road") to reach the top. However, it was worth it as always. The Krimml Waterfalls are the highest falls in the Austria.
The last peak we summited was the Brandberger Kolm. That was probably the most strenuous hike of them all. It was abolsutely freezing cold and the wind was violent. This was also the only peak on which we found snow and ice. Some of the photos below are from the area surrounding the peak, and the last two of Matias are from the Schlegeisstaucher.
On our final day we decided to drive down to Northern Italy - also known as South Tirol. We had seen so many photos from there and decided to go now that we were only a 2-hour drive away.
Thanks for taking your time to check out my photos. Sorry for the lack of text and storytelling this time, but sometimes I think the photos speak for themselves - especially when it is mainly landscape like here.
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