On tour!
Ski touring
The view of snow-covered peaks and the untouched winter landscape are worth every ascent, no matter how strenuous.

Ski touring in the winter wonderland

The higher you get, the bluer the sky

When the temperatures drop, do your thoughts only turn to the mountains, snow, and ski touring? All three valleys are all a true Eldorado for ski tourers! Snow-lovers of all levels can look forward to peace and quiet on the mountain and the untouched nature. Good preparation and appropriate equipment are essential; then the mountain world can be conquered by ski touring beginners and pros alike.

The surrounding mountain world offers a wide range of possibilities for ascending the mountains and skiing down again. Easy to medium tours in the most beautiful powder snow and, just one level higher, secluded, challenging tours in rocky mountains. The world can be so beautiful!

Altitude difference: 865 m
Duration ascent: 2.5 h
Altitude difference: 961 m
Duration ascent: 3 h
Altitude difference: 1382 m
Duration ascent: 4 h
Altitude difference: 1194 m
Duration ascent: 4 h
Altitude difference: 1048 m
Duration ascent: 3 h
Metres in altitude: 1036 m
Duration ascent: 3 h
Metres in altitude: 1261 m
Duration ascent: 4 h
Metres in altitude: 889 m
Duration ascent: 2,5 h
Metres in altitude: 831 m
Duration ascent: 2,5 h
Metres in altitude: 858 m
Duration ascent: 2,5 h
Metres in altitude: 988 m
Duration ascent: 2 h
Metres in altitude: 1157 m
Duration ascent: 4 h
Metres in altitude: 1396 m
Duration ascent: 4,5 h
Metres in altitude: 1094 m
Duration ascent: 3 h
Metres in altitude: 1029 m
Duration ascent: 3 h
10 tips for your optimal ski tour
1. Ski touring is an endurance sport. Avoid time pressure and make sure you have energy reserves for the descent.
2. Plan your ski tour carefully and keep an eye on the weather forecast.
3. Standard equipment includes: An avalanche-rescue-kit, first aid kit and a charged mobile phone.
4. Read the latest avalanche camp report in detail.
5. Weigh up the avalanche risk well and look out for danger signs in the terrain.
It Is important to know how to use a map, altimeter, compass, app or GPS.
7. Keep safe distances on the ascent and descent.
8. Avoid falls. Good skiing technique and an appropriate speed are a prerequisite.
9. Ski touring in small groups increases safety. Inform a trusted person about your destination, route and return.
10. Be considerate of wildlife, respect protected areas and do not enter reforested areas.