The board of the DAV section Leitzachtal with honored members: (from left) Roland Messerer, Anian Michlmaier, Anja Wessely, Franz Schnitzlbaumer, Renate Balk, Rainer Preuschl, Erich Berger-Hofmann and (from left) Georg Pollman, Korbinian Wilf, Helmut Walter, Frieder Scholz, Ottfried Blueml, Klaus Lintzmeyer, Franz Gschwendtner and Gerdi Pabst. © GB
Fischbachau – The Leitzachtal section of the DAV held its annual general meeting in Fischbachau. In addition to reports, new elections of the board of directors took place.
Not much has changed in the management team. Only Georg Pollman passed on his office as secretary to Franz Schnitzlbaumer. The new post of climate officer will be taken over by Erich Berger-Hofmann, who, as an energy consultant, has the best qualifications for this office.
Treasurer Renate Balk reported a "pleasingly solid financial situation of the section" despite the burden of the climbing barn. Last year, activities were also able to take place almost entirely without restrictions due to the pandemic. According to the section, the mountain film evening "Bergnarrisch" in the Fischbachauer Klosterstüberl was also very popular.
Rehabilitation measures at Aiplspitz and Jägerkamp
Trail consultant Klaus Taubenberger reported on extensive renovation measures at Aiplspitz and Jägerkamp. One project was a rock tower on the north ridge of the Aiplspitz that was in danger of collapsing, which threatened an unsecured via ferrata. The prepared demolition was unnecessary, Taubenberger announced, because the tower could be knocked over by a kick.
Discussion on the climate concept
Finally, a detailed discussion ensued on the climate concept of the section. On the one hand, the association organizes activities and excursions into the mountains and runs huts, on the other hand, as one of the largest nature conservation associations, it is called upon to counteract climate change. The Kletterstadel, the only property in the section, is already operated almost completely in a climate-neutral manner. The concept was ultimately adopted with two abstentions.