Thomas Huber

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Huber in 2009

Thomas Huber (born 18 November 1966 in Palling, Bavaria) is a German climber and mountaineer. He lives in Berchtesgaden with his family. His brother and climbing partner is Alexander Huber. The brothers were the subject of the 2007 film To the Limit.[1][2]

When they were still young Huber and his two siblings were taken into the mountains by their father, himself a noted climber known for early fast ascents of now classic climbs.

Since 1992 Huber has been a state-certified mountain and skiing guide. He is most famous for his achievements in climbing big walls in the Himalaya.[3]

Notable achievements[edit]


  • Alexander Huber und Thomas Huber: The Wall. BLV, 2000
  • Thomas Huber: Ogre - Gipfel der Träume, BLV, 2002, ISBN 3-405-16374-9


  1. ^ "Thomas Huber Filmography". Fandango. Retrieved 2012-12-15. 
  2. ^ Keogh, Tom (August 22, 2008). ""To the Limit": Extreme climbing — and sibling rivalry". The Seattle Times. 
  3. ^ "Thomas Huber". Mammut/Gore-Tex European Outdoor Film Tour. Retrieved May 28, 2015. 

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