The „Integrative Kooperationsplattform Johnsbachtal“ project is used for environmental monitoring in high mountain regions. It is based on a monitoring network of meteorological stations. The main objectives of this work are assisting in the integration of the data into the Wegener Center database and providing a first evaluation of the air temperature and the wind conditions in the study area. First, all measurement data and relevant information to the monitoring stations were collected and integrated, in cooperation with the Wegener Center, into their system. Due to difficult conditions in the high mountain areas, the data showed failures and measurement errors. Therefore, all had to be extensively checked and corrected by the author. The failure rates were within acceptable limits. Analyses of the air temperature were carried out over several observation periods and the results were provided for all monitoring sites. It was concluded that the air temperature in the studied area mainly depends on the sea level, terrain and exposure. Similarly, the wind directions and wind speed were shown for all sites. The analysis showed that in high altitudes only one wind direction is prevailing, whereas two main wind directions can be found at lower altitudes. This is caused by thermal wind systems that follow a diurnal course. Seasonal differences are found only within the wind speeds that reach their maximum during winter. The used station data yielded good results for the analysis and was classified as plausible. An exception to this is the station Blaseneck. In all analyzes, this station shows too high temperature values. This suggests a systematic error and was communicated to the professionals in charge.