Ski touring
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Leaving your tracks on the mountain

New snow, powder, wet snow, firn, deep snow, névé. Snow is not just snow: away from the plowed and groomed ski slopes, winter shows itself to be multifaceted.  It has its silent, mystical side, but it also provides rough adventure. Nowhere can winter be experienced so directly as in the mountains. But anyone who would like to experience the wintry mountain world of the Val Pusteria-Pustertal valley and its side valleys has to conquer them first.

Ski touring | © Manuel Kottersteger
Ski touring | © Manuel Kottersteger
Ski touring | © Manuel Kottersteger
Ski touring | © Manuel Kottersteger
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Towards heaven

So ski tourers get going early in the morning, well equipped with poles, fleeces, helmets, and everything else, also well outfitted for emergencies (avalanche transceivers, avalanche shovel, and probe). In a uniform motion, they pull on their skis and climb up the white slopes in a zigzag pattern. The rediscovery of slowness. But at some point, the cross on the summit is reached.

For both beginners and old hands at touring, for those who enjoy the landscape and those who storm the peak – in the Dolomites Region Kronplatz, there are possibilities for ski touring with all degrees of difficulty. With the Dolomites on one side and the main ridge of the Alps on the other, gateways are offered with every combination of steepness, difficulty, and distance.

Ski touring in winter landscape | © Wisthaler Harald
Ski touring in winter landscape | © Wisthaler Harald
Ski touring in winter landscape | © Wisthaler Harald
Ski touring in winter landscape | © Wisthaler Harald
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To each his own

The Valle di Casies-Gsieser Tal offers wonderful panorama tours, while the immediate vicinity of S. Vigilio and the high Alpine pastures of Fanes and Senes-Sennes are a genuine paradise for any alpine athlete.  For the particularly experienced, the high Alpine tours in the Valle Anterselva-Antholzertal are offered.

The general rules to follow are: check the avalanche risk, never go alone, and only attempt to conquer the mountains of the Dolomites Region Kronplatz with good equipment. 

Staller Saddle Valle Anterselva | © TV Antholzertal, Tourismusverein Antholzertal
Intermediate
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Antholz Valley
Ski Touring to the Staller Saddle
Distance 6,3 km
Duration 2 h 15 min
Ascent 432 m
Decent 13 m
Antersasc | © TV San Vigilio-San Martin | Dolomites, St. Vigil in Enneberg
Intermediate
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San Vigilio - San Martin
Skitour to Antersasc
Distance 8,0 km
Duration 3 h 32 min
Ascent 1.014 m
Decent 26 m
Zendleser Kofel | © San Vigilio, St. Vigil in Enneberg
Intermediate
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San Vigilio - San Martin
Skitour to Col di Poma / Zendleser Kofel
Distance 4,6 km
Duration 2 h 40 min
Ascent 842 m
Decent 10 m
San Vigilio - San Martin
Skitour to Puez peak across Antersasc
Distance 8,7 km
Duration 4 h 58 min
Ascent 1.553 m
Decent 144 m
Ski touring trail Brunst hut | © TV Olang, Olang
Intermediate
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Olang/Valdaora
Skitouring trail Brunst hut
Distance 5,0 km
Duration 2 h 31 min
Ascent 758 m
Decent 0 m
Status
closed
Toni Obojes | © Toni Obojes, Olang
Intermediate
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Olang/Valdaora, San Vigilio - San Martin
Skitour Cima Tre Dita/Dreifingerspitze
Distance 5,0 km
Duration 4 h 37 min
Ascent 1.217 m
Decent 55 m
Status
closed
Croda Rossa Anterselva | © Harald Wisthaler, Tourismusverein Antholzertal
Intermediate
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Antholz Valley
Ski Touring to the Mount Rotwand
Distance 10,2 km
Duration 4 h 28 min
Ascent 1.280 m
Decent 108 m
Status
closed
Toni Obojes | © Toni Obojes, Olang
Intermediate
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Olang/Valdaora, San Vigilio - San Martin
Skitour Flatschkofel
Distance 6,6 km
Duration 3 h 49 min
Ascent 1.164 m
Decent 130 m
Status
closed
Rodenecker Alm Panorama | © Tourismusverein Kiens, Kiens
Intermediate
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Kiens/Chienes, Bruneck and surroundings
Ski Tour Elle/Ellen to Cima Laste/Astjoch
Distance 10,2 km
Duration 1 h 55 min
Ascent 640 m
Decent 640 m
Status
closed
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