For the 4th year in row members of the Dutch Alpine Team, Susanne, David and myself will be guiding the Xmotion Austria trekking again. I’ll be joining for the 2nd time.
What makes this trip special is not the height, strength or difficulty of the tour but the participants; all of them (10 in total) have one or multiple disorders like ADHD or autism or any form of those.
During this trip we won’t be only responsible for the climbing and safety but we will need to help the participants as well dealing with there own specific challenges. As you can imagine this makes such trips very demanding but even more interesting!
The area where we will be trekking is the Schobergroup near Lienz, Austria. It’s a region with a lot of possibilities and different routes to take in case we need to adjust the program.
The idea is to trek from shelter to shelter and climb 3 3000 meter peaks. Ofcourse it all depends on the group and the weather.
Last years movie:
This is the 2011 program:
Day 1: Friday 29-07 Departure to Austria from Rotterdam
Day 2: Saturday 30-07 1 hour walk to Lienzerhutte
Day 3: Sunday 31-07 3 hour walk to Wangenitszeehutte
1 hour via ferrata near the Wangenitszeehutte
Day 4: Monday 01-08 6 hour climbing Petzeck
Day 5: Tuesday 02-08 3 hour walk to Adolf Nossbergerhutte via Hohe Gradenscharte
Day 6: Wednesday 03-08 3 hour walk to Lienzerhutte via Niedere Gradenscharte
Day 7: Thursday 04-08 3 hour climbing Glodis and 2.5 hour walk to Hochschoberhutte
Day 8: Friday 05-08 5 hour climbing Hochschober
Day 9: Saturday 06-08 1.5 hour walk to Oberleidnich and night bus to NL
Day 10: Sunday 07-08 arrival in Rotterdam, NL
We are looking forward to it and wish all the participants and DAT members a great week!