857-94640 - A mountaineers is melting snow to get drinking water, inside a tent at High Camp on Denali in Alaska. Early morning they are going for a summit push to the highest mountain of Northern America.
1113-102487 - Woman at the summit of Piz Trovat (3146 m) with view to the Bernina-Alps with Bellavista (3922 m), Piz Bernina (4049 m), Piz Morteratsch (3751 m) as well as Pers- and Morteratsch glacier, Engadin, Grisons, Switzerland
832-378666 - Climber descending from the summit ridge of the Finailspitze peak at Val Senales glacier, snow, Val Senales, Meraner Land, Oetztal Alps, Province of South Tyrol, region of Trentino-Alto Adige, Italy, Europe
832-378659 - Climber, descent from the Southern Fanesspitze on the Via ferrata Tomaselli, behind the Tofana di Rozes, Tofana di Mezzo and Tofana di Dentro, Dolomites, Alps, Province of Belluno, Italy, Europe
832-378527 - Ski mountaineers during the ascent of Mt Seekofel in the Fanes-Sennes-Prags Nature Park of the Dolomites, Mt Neuner at the back, Mt Seneser Karspitze on the right, St. Vigil, Puster Valley, South Tyrol, Italy, Europe
857-90853 - A mountaineer rappels down Cerro Torre's south east ridge in the early morning, after an ascent of the peak in Argentine Patagonia. Cerro Torre is one of the most difficult and iconic peaks in the Southern Andes, and is a highly sought after summit by the worlds top alpinists, Argentina
857-90849 - A mountaineer climbs Cerro Torre's northwest face, with the southern Continental Icecap in the background, in Argentine Patagonia. Cerro Torre is one of the most difficult and iconic peaks in the Southern Andes, and is a highly sought after summit by the worlds top alpinists, Argentina
857-88781 - A male mountaineer is standing on the summit of the Barrhorn, a mountain peak of 3610 meter in the Swiss Alps. It is one of the highest summits in Europe to be accessible to experienced hikers. The region of Wallis is home to over 40 mountain peaks higher than 4000 meter. The highest one that is completely situated within the Swiss borders is the Dom, which is visible in the background. The Mattertal runs from Visp all the way to Zermatt and is a paradise for all outdoor enthusiasts, like hikers, climbers, alpinists, walkers, mountain bikers and nature lovers.