Founder and owner of "Mountains"- Mountaineerin School; Tal lives permanently in the Alps and makes his living solely from guiding winter and summer.
Tal lived, skied and climbed intensively around the Globe and areas such as Wadi Rum in Jordan, the west and east Alps in Europe, the South Alps in New Zealand and the Canadian Rocky Mountains have been his home.
Tal’s Moto is: Giving the best service possible while maintaining the highest standards of safety and professionalism.
Heidi is the seventh German woman to become an IFMGA fully qualified mountain guide. A local from the Allgäuer Alps, Heidi has learned to ski as soon as she has learned to walk and the nearby mountains in the Austrian Tanheimer valley were her local training platform as she ventured further into rock and mountain climbing. Besides being a competent, safe and professional “all rounder”, Heidi runs the German’s alpine club youth education center in Bad Hindelang.
Christoph grew up in the Bavarian Alps and already in his youth tackled some serious ice and rock routes all over the place.
Taking his passion even further- as a member of Germany’s national mountaineering team and afterwards- he took part in expeditions and ascended extreme routes in the Alps and elsewhere in the world.
A high-school teacher, researcher in the DAV safety institute and a professional mountain guide, Christoph’s added value to Harim-Mountains team and activities is obvious!
Michi is a gifted athlete and a past professional cycler from nearby Munich; a real Bavarian- when Michi doesn’t ski or climb a hard route in the mountains, he is working as a product development manager in a leading German outdoor equipment company. Michi brings with him to the mountains a smile and enthusiasm, professionalism and safety in every aspect- be it a hard route in the high mountains or a steep extreme ski descent.
Romain is the first French mountain guide who has been qualified through the German scheme- a challenge on its own!
If it is not enough, Romain- in his previous life a computer engineer- is a fully qualified climbing and canyoning guide, a very fast ski racer and a base jumper- but above all, a proud Corsican! Romain splits his time between his hometown Grenoble- capital of the French Alps- and his other hometown near Bavella Pass in the island of Corsica where he guides multi pitch climbing on superb Corsican granite or one of the world famous Corsican canyons. Romain is our language specialist- fluent in English, German, Italian/Corsican and of course French (with a bit of Hebrew in between) Romain makes an immediate connection to his clients who appreciate his likable character, sense of humor and professionalism.
Röland is the forth Dutch guide to finish the International Mountain Guides Course of the IFMGA. Living permanently in the French Alps, Röland makes his entire living from guiding. Besides some of the hardest alpine routes in the Alps such as the Eiger north face and the Droites, Röland had taken part in expeditions to the K2- where he was forced to turn around after an accident to another team short before the summit- and the Elbrus. A talented mountaineer and a ski instructor, Röland brings with him an added value of safety and experience to the high mountains.