Mountain climber wooden figures(12 products)
Our mountaineering wooden figures are without exception carved from wood and are gems of craftsmanship. The figures are the result of precise observation and masterly execution. They find their perfection through the loving and contour-exact painting by hand.
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The personal relationship with nature
Depending on the region and language use, the mountaineer is often referred to as an alpinist, mountain lover, mountain climber, summit stormer, Kraxler or climber. Since he has to get to the mountainous massif first, he is automatically also a hiker. The mountaineer-wooden figures look very close to life and stand in natural-looking sequences of movement. Without exception, they are all experienced men who do not go to the mountains for the sake of danger, but to experience nature at close quarters. Above all, they are concerned about their own safety and the beauty of nature.
Long live friendship
Our mountaineers are always a popular gift as wooden figures. These beautifully romanticised figures appear to be true to life and spread a warm sense of well-being despite or perhaps because of their closeness to reality. The fact that they are carved from real wood is a good basis for a long friendship. These mountaineers and hikers cut a really good figure on the desk as well as on the good old television set or in a showcase. For lovers of the mountain world, for mountain hikers and nature lovers, the impressive wooden figures are wonderful gift ideas.
The call of the mountains
The fascination of these figures is based on their always surprising details. Whenever you look at them, you believe to discover something new. People who let themselves be invited to clamber around in the massive mountain world have been around for centuries. Driven by wanderlust and the fascination of the mountains, some mountaineers dared centuries ago to take the risk of reaching their summit. The mountaineer does not seek sensation, fame or recognition. The mountaineer loves the silence and the solitude, the challenge to meet the mountain as part of nature and to become "one" with it for a while. The crowning summit experience is the absolute highlight of the undertaking. All this and more is symbolised by these magnificent wooden mountaineering figures.