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Advanced skiing/freeriding Kaunertal Glacier (Kaunertaler Gletscher)

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Advanced skiing/powder snow skiing Kaunertal Glacier (Kaunertaler Gletscher)

The difficult runs are limited, but there are some freeriding possibilities on the way down to the Ochsenalm and from the Karlesjoch lift. The Steinbockwand is short, but challenging. The Weissseejoch and Zollhaus routes to the Ochsenalm lift middle station are also very interesting. The "Check your line" concept assists freeriders in decision-making. There is also the Nörderberg variation from the Nörderjoch to the Gepatschhaus. From here however, you must take a bus back. For freeriding freaks - the route to South Tyrol in the Langtaufer Valley is available. WARNING - you will need a transfer back from there (90km).

Information for advanced skiers, freeriders
  • many freeride/deep snow areas
  • few mogul slopes

Most difficult run
  • Black Ibex (No. 1b) · Length 0.4 km · Elevation difference 182 m
  • Karlesjoch - Wiesejaggl ski tunnel (Steinbockwand) (No. 6) · Length 2.7 km · Elevation difference 707 m

General note: Always mind the avalanche warnings and barriers, please. Never ski into a closed and unsecured area.

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