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Do you like mountains and climbing them? Are you an English-speaker … looking for company to go to the mountains? Do you want to go there with internationals or other ex-pats?
If you have answered at least one question with yes: Great! Then why don’t you join the IMG of DAV Section Munich! We plan to "walk the talk" and discuss activities starting with a summer’s hike, continuing by via ferrata and finally ending up in the snow doing glacier- and ski-tours, too.
So we are a group of true alpine allrounders!
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The International Mountaineering Group (IMG)
The International Mountaineering Group (IMG) of DAV Section Munich is for English-speaking mountain enthusiasts interested in hiking, via ferrata, ski-touring and more! We want to connect people to enjoy the mountains and plan to do courses in English to extend skills needed for mountaineering.
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Want to have a look at our activities? Have a look at our calendar. In our calendar you can find tours, courses and further events. Furthermore you can see which of them are still free to join in.
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On our regulars’ table you can get known to people from the group and exchange ideas on tours and other mountaineering activities.Want to join in for the next regulars' table or one of our upcoming mountaineering activities? Click here to send us a message!
Have a look at the calendar below. Here you can find tours, courses and further events. Furthermore you can see which of them are still free to join in. For some appointments you can already use your Mein Alpenverein account to register for the event.
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The "International Mountaineering Group" (IMG) is a division of the Munich section of the Deutscher Alpenverein DAV. With regard to all advertised tours and any other joint activities – unless otherwise described – are events from the Sektion München des DAV e. V.
The tours described in the program are joint ventures are not to be viewed as guided tours. The named contact person will voluntarily take care of any organizational requirements (meeting place/date/time etc.). This person is not responsible for the supervision of the group and for that reason each participant needs to judge his/her mountaineering capabilities for him/herself. Each participant is responsible for themselves.
Participants of these tours must be members of the DAV-Section Munich or a Plus-Member of the Section Oberland. By way of exception, members of other DAV sections or non-members may, for a nominal charge of € 2,50 per day, participate. For these first-timers, please be aware that no ASS insurance is offered/included.
Meet & Greet at KBH incl. group Elections
Tue., 04.04.2023, 19:00 Uhr
let's meet, chat about some plans and overall have good time! If you're new to the group, we tend to order pizza ahead of the meeting (per person) and have a nice dinner together. Otherwise as usual, no drinks or food at the venue, we cater to ourselves :)
***This meetup will incorporate our elections (
group leader, delegates to 'Delegiertenversammlung' and our new 'Gruppenordnung')***
Preysingstraße 71, 81667 München
If you are unsure about which door etc, you can always get in touch with Jana at 0152 0849 5324
See you at KBH!
Maximum Participant Count:
Crossing the Ammergauer Alpen
A Medium-high level of conditioning is needed. The three days are: 960 Hm up/200… (Details)
Sat., 27.–Mon., 29.05.2023
Grosse Klammspitze in Autumn
This gorgeous tour features ridgelines, undisturbed forests and solitude.
Starting in Oberammergau, we will cross a dramatic ridgeline with views of the Allgäuer Alpen and Tirol. On our second day, we will ascend the Gross Klammspitze using the steel cable approach and then along the ridgeline before descending to our second night's accommodation, the Kenzenhütte. On the third day, we will walk through a valley and up the backside of the Tegelberg with its views of Neuschwannstein Castle and the Foggernsee. We will break for lunch at the Tegelberghaus. Afterwards, we have the option of descending either on foot or in the gondola.
Type of Event:
Requirements / Difficulty Level:
A Medium-high level of conditioning is needed. The three days are: 960 Hm up/200 Hm down, 490 Hm up/780 Hm down, and 890 Hm/1370 Hm down.
Some parts of the tour will be on an exposed ridge and ascending the Grosse Klammspitze will require light climbing with a steel cable.
Sat., 27.05.2023, 07:00 Uhr
Bus & Bahn
Munich Hauptbahnhof (details TBD)
Required / recommended Equipment:
High traverse across the Wetterstein
A Medium level of conditioning is needed. Day 1 is 1270m up/330m down and day… (Details)
Sat., 24.–Sun., 25.06.2023
We will cross from Leutasch to Ehrwald along the Südsteig, a route running at roughly 2000m above Gaistal, the valley connecting these two villages. This high alpine environment is full of lush grasses, rocks and cows. It very much looks like a Swiss high alpine pasture.
We will stay overnight at a small hut with only 13 spaces and an incredible panoramic view of the Wetterstein group. The next morning we will continue along the route and then down to Ehrwald, where we will take the train home.
A Medium level of conditioning is needed. Day 1 is 1270m up/330m down and day 2 is 670m up/1590 down We will mostly go along well maintained mountain path.
Location / Hut:
Sat., 24.06.2023, 07:00 Uhr
Easy alpine climbing weekend with overnight in the hut.
Day 1: approach
Day 2: kante of choice to climb! One can choose from several routes ;)
!!!! IMPORTANT !!!!: the two places are for people who would climb together, at the moment, the organizer has a climbing partner set, however things can change as usual :) Be comfy climbing as a party 2 or 3 is important.
There's a climbing crag at the hut and one of the routes to Aggenstein is described here: https://www.bergsteigen.com/touren/klettern/kemptner-kante-aggenstein/
Sat., 24.06.2023, 08:00 Uhr
Expected End Time:
Sun., 25.06.2023, ca. 20:00 Uhr
Week of hiking/climbing/flying/eating in Kandersteg
Berner Oberland, Schweiz
Depends on the activity. There is a whole range of options, from easy forrest… (Details)
Sat., 08.–Sat., 15.07.2023
I have rented a chalet in the woods above the village of Kandersteg for a week in July. From this base we can explore the options in the area, including hiking, climbing, Klettersteig, paragliding etc., before sharing a meal together back at the Chalet each evening.
We have the option to travel either by train or by car. It would be extremely helpful if we had at least one car on the trip, just to make shopping more straightforward.
Depends on the activity. There is a whole range of options, from easy forrest walks to multi-pitch climbing.
Chalet Waldegg, Kandersteg
Stubaier Höhenweg 4-day tour
The majority of the hike is T2/T3; however, there are short sections that are… (Details)
Sat., 12.–Tue., 15.08.2023
The 5 key days (Day 2 is two stages rolled into one) of the 9-day Stubaier Höhenweg. What better way to spend the August long weekend?
One of the most popular multiday hikes in Austria, with wonderful glacial views. Hut to hut, whilst remaining above 2000 hm.
The plan is to travel by public transport (train+bus) into Stubaital, before heading up a gentle trail to the first hut. We will also return (bus+train) on the final day
The majority of the hike is T2/T3; however, there are short sections that are cabled and some need hands.
Day 1: 900 m ascent, 6.7 km (Bus stop to Nürnberger Hütte)
Day 2: 1040 m ascent, 1010 m descent, 11 km (Nürnberger Hütte to Dresdener Hütte)
Day 3: 930 m ascent, 960 m descent, 9.0 km, (Dresdener Hütte to Neue Regensburger Hütte)
Day 4: 1050 m descent, 8.3 km (Neue Regensburger Hütte to Falbeson)
Day 4 (optional extra): 770 m ascent, 770 descent, 5.2 km (to Kreuzspitze and back from the hut)
Nürnberger Hütte, Dresdener Hütte, Neue Regensburger Hütte
T2/T3, with the option for some non-compulsory extra peaks (which may be more… (Details)
Sat., 26.–Sun., 27.08.2023
One of the most beautiful valleys within a few hours drive from Munich. The Landsbergerhütte is perched above the Traualpsee, with views over the lake and of the surrounding peaks.
A true Ostallgäu classic.
T2/T3, with the option for some non-compulsory extra peaks (which may be more challenging)
Day 1: Either
a) from Tannheim car park to the hut, via Neunerköpfle-Sulzspitze-Schochenspitze-Landsbergerhütte (1200 m ascent, 500m descent, 13.3 km) or
b) lift to Neuerköpfle, then as above (500 m ascent, 500 m descent, 8.4 km)
with optional extra peaks (Lachenspitze) from the hut.
Day 2: Rote Spitze-Steinkarspitze-Lahnerscharte-Schrecksee-Knappenkopf-Kugelhorn-Vilsalpe-Vilsalpsee (shuttle bus to car)
In Munich (TBD)
Große Möseler, 3480m
Zillertalen Alpen, Österreich
PD+ / II / 35º ice
Fri., 15.–Sun., 17.09.2023
End of the summer season mountaineering in Zillertal! We'll stand on the summit which marks the boundary between the north and south Tirol.
Day1: approach to the hut, easy ~600hm up walk.
Day2: summit day, 1200hm up PD+ terrain (up to climbing II and 35º ice) over a glacier and back to the hut
Day 3: From the hut down, optionally tirolean gröstl at Olperer hütte with an amazing photo opportunity (you know the most instagrammable bridge of the Alps?)
Fri., 15.09.2023, 14:00 Uhr
Sun., 17.09.2023, ca. 18:00 Uhr
TBD / Munich
I can still take the following number of people (incl. luggage and possibly ski / MTB) from / to Munich in my car.*
You would like to know more about the group?There is a tour or other activity you would like to join?
Let us know via mail. If you don't know whom to write you can find the relevant contacts in our contact form!
In the IMG you will find a friendly supportive community with an incredible amount of knowledge and experience. You do not need to be an expert to join IMG events, just be honest about your knowledge and ability. You will find a community happy to help you experience the mountains as you are.
Our Gruppenbetreuer team facilitates social meetups and outdoor events. Have a look at their profiles and get to know the team behind the IMG.
Enthusiastic about mountaineering in various kinds: hiking, via ferrata, ski-touring and more! Furthermore you can meet me over a good cup of esrpesso – both in the city center of munich or on a mountain peak in the Alps ;-)
Looking foward to see you at one of our events or on a mountain tour!
Moutain Leader Award & DAV Wanderleiter
I'm from the UK, but have spent most of my life having all of my summers in the Alps. So I decided to move closer! I enjoy walking, via feratta, scrambling, climbing, trail running and skiing (or attempting to!)
Growing up in Spain I was often in the mountains. That’s where I go to be in contact with nature. Hiking, skiing, touring, climbing; whatever the mountains have planned for me that day.
I believe in “mountaineering” as an attitude in life. Do you agree with me? Come and join us.
Being in nature was always a huge part of my life and with it came the love for the mountains. Especially the snowy, glaciated ones. All things ice are just amazing, so you’ll often hear me planning a trip to polar regions or at least somewhere where it’s cold. Although I give summer temperatures a pass as then I can climb and enjoy being lazy at the crag! Gardasee anyone? Join me hiking, climbing, skiing… or on the hunt for the best Kaiserschmarrn in the Eastern Alps!
Adventure begins when you walk out your front door. Like a lot of IMG members I moved to Munich to be close to the mountains and opportunities to climb, ski, bike, and kayak and a well connected international airport.
Growing up in the Blue Ridge Mountains of southwest Virginia as a kid I spent my summers camping, hiking and canoeing. These adventures led me to rock climbing, mountain biking and whitewater kayaking and to a job as whitewater raft guide. Along the way I also started skiing and mountaineering.
Mountains are always calling me. I discovered the high hills big time in Scandinavian Lappland, and been busy ever since: I have been travelling or living in the Alps, Dolomites, Andes, Himalayas, Lyngen Alps and Caucasus (ticking Alpamayo, Amadablam, Kilimanjaro, Aconcagua, Elbrus, Ararat and Mt. Blanc of course, to name a few) Climbing, skiing, hiking, or just watching them – everything goes.
Been also working as a mountain & ski travel leader, helping others reach their dreams too. And I simply believe that mountains make everyone a better person, on so many levels.
I'm from America and was an Eagle Scout in the Boy Scouts of America. I love all seasons in the Alps. My favorite summer tours are high alpine hikes and via ferrata. In the winter, I like freeride and ski mountaineering.
I've started out with alpine climbing and mountaineering as a kid and during my studies I dove more into the world of bouldering, in- and outdoors. As it is, I like climbing in all its facets, so you can contact me for anything from indoor bouldering sessions, over via-ferratas to alpine multi-pitch climbing and back to IFSC competition climbing (following, not participating ;)).
Otherwise, I also enjoy running and hiking and would like to get better at ski-touring/get started with split-boarding.
See you on some wall soon!
At the age of 20 years, I was the first Indian reaching the southpole on skies. Being motivated by this achievement, I went to northpole two years later ;-)
I was born in Ladakh and for several years part of an expedition team. Looking forward to share the international mountaineering experience with you!
I love the mountains throughout the year: hiking and glacier touring in summer, jumping into the lakes for swimming, mountainbiking in between and alpine skiing during winter times.
If you are also keen to reach new peaks, let’s go on a tour together!
Want to get in contact with me?Send me an E-Mail ;-)
Sam... what do you like better: Summer or Winter?
Definitely both. Going for a hike in summer and enjoying snowy landscapes with snowshoes. Want to join a tour?
Some of our Gruppenbetreuer are out and about: Travelling around the world, pursueing their dreams, taking care of their new born family members or taking a sabbatical. During their time off, their hear is still beating for the IMG. Interested to know who we are talking about? Find them below this text!
An overnight hike in the Grand Canyon is what changed my life: I first fell in love with mountaineering!
Since that hike, I do a little bit of everything, but favor canyoning, via ferratas, and riding my mountain bike or doing multi-day tours on my touring bike. There is just something about a good physical challenge paired with some fresh mountain air, and a sprinkle of sunshine, that pushes me toward the mountains almost every weekend.
I've grown up in the bavarian alps and have always been very passionate about the mountains. Over the years, I have learned to respect the mountains in many ways.
In summer I do mostly long multi-day treks, trailrunning and all kinds of via ferratas. In winter I like extended splitboarding tours. When the weather is too bad (hardly ever ;-)), I do a lot of Yoga and also like bouldering and running.
I want to get more into high-alpine touring, multi-day-splitboard-tours and climbing. Interested?
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