He started going to the mountain when he was 10 years old and instantly awakened passion for these landforms.
Raised in San Carlos de Bariloche, Northern Patagonia began to climb and climb mountains early.
At 17, he received his trekking guide certification and a year later began working in the admission of Argentina as a country member of the IFMGA. For this reason, he traveled to Italy for participating in the mountain guide courses of this country and then organize the same courses in Argentina, along with nine other Argentine guides, under the constant supervision of the IFMGA. In 2005, after making his first successful course as instructor, Walter received from the IFMGA this mountain guide certification along with his 9 colleagues and the admission of Argentina to this international union.
He met his wife Gabi in El Chalten, place where he was guiding and climbing 11 years ago, of which the first 6 they lived in Argentina and the last 5 years in Austria, the country of origin of Gabi where he currently resides.
He was director of the IFMGA mountain guide courses in Argentina between 2008-2012.
Speaks Spanish (mother lenguage), English, German and Italian. It also has knowledge of Portuguese.
Cameraman and climber of “Cerro Torre, Ritmo Latino on the West Side,” which won the Audience Award Film Festival Mountain Trento, Italy 2005 and the prize of the University of Innsbruck, Austria.
He is a IFMGA mountain guide associated to the AAGM (Argentina Association of Mountain Guides) and the Austrian Association of mountain guides and ski (Berg- und Österreichischen Skiführernverband).