WHO WE ARE
Ecotrack is an association of certified Guides who team up to share their passion for the outdoors with all those who wish to enter wilderness in the safest and most respectful way.
We grew up spending a great portion of our lifetime in the mountains and this had a huge impact on our upbringing and approach to the outdoors.
We discovered the dangers of wild environments through direct experience yet before our formal education and in one way the mountains have been forgiving to us, as we learnt what one should do or not do out there.
Being thankful for the unspoken lessons, we will always do everything possible to preserve the mountain environment.
Sharing the beauty, the magic of it, with our Clients is in our opinion the greatest tool for raising awareness about the greatness of nature, therefore an important step to its preservation.
WHAT WE CARE ABOUT
Safety: Year after year in the mountains, we realize more and more how important it is to keep maximum respect of the alpine dangers. As Guides, we want to make sure that our Clients feel totally safe and free to get the best feeling out of every experience. Meticulous planning, the highest level of alert for warning signals, strict safety procedures and multiple back-up routes. This and other tasks are the essentials of our safety protocol.
Eco-logical factor: While organizing all of our trips we focus on minimizing the environmental impact of our activities , in direct and indirect ways.
This means not only leaving no trace of our transit, or supporting local businesses that offer local products, but also finding solutions to optimize the use of resources, or working with partners that operate to maintain the integrity of local communities. Such topics are becoming increasingly important in all aspects of our lives and were amongst the main reasons why we started what we do.
WHERE WE OPERATE
Our three bases are located near Rovereto (Italy), in Innsbruck (Austria) and Huaraz (Peru').
Starting from these points, our main destinations are in the Garda Lake and Monte Baldo area, in the Central Alps and in the Cordillera Blanca (Andes).