About Hubert Schriebl

 

A native of Austria, Hubert Schriebl came to Stratton on Christmas Eve of 1964. A ski and mountain guide working for the Austrian Alpine Club, he had been hired by fellow Austrian Emo Henrich to teach at the Stratton Ski School. Schriebl had a photographer’s eye—and the experience of photographing mountains on many expeditions, including going to the Himalayas four times and to Ellesmere Island above the Arctic Circle. At Stratton, he took photographs on the side, and the Stratton Mountain Corporation began using them in promotional materials. Since 1968, Hubert Schriebl has been Stratton’s official photographer.

Hubert Schriebl Prints

Photographic prints of most of the images in the book and on this site, as well as many other archive images, are available to order. These are open-edition, archival pigment prints, digitally prepared, printed and signed by Hubert.

Standard print size is 12 by 18 inches, although custom and larger sizes are available by request. Price for standard size prints is $200 plus shipping.

Most print requests are handled on a custom basis and orders may take between one and two weeks to process. Please email your print inquiry via our contact page, or call 1 802.824.6589 to place an order.