Kurt Reindl
Cenzi von Ficker - Das Uschba-Mädl
47 min
Kurt Reindl
Alpinism & Expeditions
For many years, the Ushba in the Georgian Svaneti Region was considered to be the most difficult mountain in the world. More than 100 years ago, a Georgian prince had given this mighty 4,737 m high mountain to a young Austrian woman, a pioneer of Alpinism, Cenzi von Ficker. A Tyrolean woman of today sets off on the tracks of the Tyrolean woman from the past. The top alpinist Lisi Steurer repeats the route of Cenzi von Ficker on the Ushba in the Great Caucasus, and she learns numerous thrilling details about the “Ushba-Girl”.