Zillertal mountain guides have a high reputation regarding any mountain-related sports. They are key figures from the beginning of alpinism to the present day in Austria and beyond. The Zillertal area is so diverse that even other Austrian guides speak highly about it.

Association of Austrian Mountain and Ski Guides

The training covers the whole range of alpine mountaineering in theory and practice.

The preparation courses for the mountain guide aptitude test are arranged in such a way that they clearly show, on the one hand, the expected requirements in the course of the aptitude test.

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Surprises regarding technical difficulties, conditional requirements, necessary equipment, expected flow of movement, and safety throughout the occurrence should be avoided. The courses support the preparation for the aptitude test to identify any weaknesses and improve them accordingly to achieve a positive result in the aptitude test.

The ability test consists of two parts (winter and summer); These must be completed within one calendar year in the order of winter/summer.
In the winter of each year (end of January / beginning of February), the aptitude test in the area of ​​skiing with ascent and descent, followed by the tests Steileis and ice quickly (a total of 3 days).  

Anyone who has completed the first part can take the qualification test in the rock area (sport climbing, alpine, or clean climbing, and rock easily) in May/June. After a successful discussion of the tour report, you can start with the 56-day first training part. Source: website