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Ski crossing

Zillertaler Alps

4 stunning skiing peaks on the main ridge

Experience an impressive ski crossing through the harsh winter landscape in the High Alps Nature Park. This mountain region in the eastern alps belongs to one those little developed regions in winter, with lonely high peaks, wildly rugged glaciers, and steep ridges. The winter shelters along the route are very well equipped and will serve as high camps during this demanding ski crossing.


2 people € 2600 p.p. 4 people € 650 p.p.


from 16 years


4 days


min. 2 people max. 4 people

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  • 18.04. - 21.04.2024
  • 03.04. - 06.04.2025


Ski technique:
You have already gained your first ski touring experience and can safely ski on all types of snow.

Very strong physical condition for ascents up to 1800 meters per day.

Technical knowledge:
Sure-footedness for short summit ascents with crampons, mastering the ascent technique for ski kickturns with crampons. Maximum steepness approx. 45° / 1 x belay passage.


Day 1: 
Meeting point at Alpine School Mountain Sports to check the equipment, plan the tour, and organise the food rations. From here you set off together to Hintertux, where the glacier gondola takes you further up. The Riepensattel offers a good view of the day’s stage. A downhill run to Schlegeis reservoir lake, carrying on along the lake until a steep climb takes you to the Furtschagl hut. Descent: 1200m Ascent: 550m

Day 2:
From the winter room of the Furtschagl hut over Furtschagl glacier to Möseleköpf. After a short downhill run, you will climb the distinct Großen Möseler at 3480 metres without skis. The eastern Möseler ridge leads to the descending run along the Rossrugg and to the Berliner hut. Descent: 1680m Ascent: 1500m

Day 3:
A very beautiful ascent over the Schwarzensteinkees (glacier) to Sasso Nero at 3369 metres. The downhill  run takes you past the Schwarzenstein hut and further to the northern side of the alpine main ridge. After a short traverse and skinning up once more you reach the saddle below Tribbachspitze. Easy climbing takes you to the top of the majestic Größen Löffler at 3379 metres. A sensational downhill run follows to Greizer hut in the pleasant afternoon sun. The ascent without Großen Löffler is shorter by 550 metres. Descent: 1700m Ascent: 1800m

Day 4:
Ascent to Löffler ridge offering a spectacular view of the precipitous wall faces of Großen Löffler. Steep entrance into the wild mountain world of Löfflerkar. Skinning up at approx. 2300 metres and turning the skis towards Wollbachspitze at 3209 metres. Awesome descent through Sundergrund and over pasture paths to Gasthaus in der Au (restaurant). Descent: 2500m Ascent: 1450m Going by taxi to Mayrhofen



  • Organisation and guidance by state certified mountain and ski guides
  • Rental avalanche transceiver, probe and shovel 
  • Rental technical equipment

Not included:

  • Winter room accommodation for 3 nights (cash payment required)
  • Ski touring equipment
  • Taxi fees
  • Food and beverages

Accommodation / Winter rooms:

  • Furtschaglhütte
  • Berlinerhütte
  • Greizerhütte


What should I bring?

Backpack, own avalanche transceiver equipment if available (is included), ski touring skis and poles, helmet (as required), snack, drink, sun protection, change of clothes. Please also check prior to your tour whether your insurance includes mountain rescue off-piste. You will receive a packing list when you make your booking.

Do I get a discount if I bring my own equipment?

You are of course welcome to use your own equipment. Unfortunately, we cannot grant a discount as we generally provide the necessary safety equipment free of charge.

What is a hut sleeping bag and what do I need it for?

A hut sleeping bag is either made of silk or cotton and is compulsory on every hut for hygienic reasons, as the duvets, pillowcases and mattress protectors cannot be washed every day. The hut sleeping bag protects you from direct contact with the blankets. We recommend a small silk hut sleeping bag with a small pack size and lighter weight.

The weather forecast announces bad weather, when will a tour be cancelled / postponed?

Unfortunately, weather forecasts for the mountains are not always as accurate as one might imagine and some weather portals are simply unsuitable for forecasts in the mountains. A reliable forecast is only possible for the following three to five days. Although the 16-day forecasts in particular are popular, the significance is extremely limited. If the conditions are clearly bad and we have to cancel the tour for safety reasons, we will either arrange an alternative date together or you will get your deposit back.

What rental equipment is included in the price?

You will find the rental equipment included in the tour description under "Services & Additional Costs". Rental equipment is included in all our guided tours. We also have equipment hire - if you are out on your own but have forgotten your crampons, you can get them from us.

How do I know what equipment I need for my tour?

You will receive a packing list from us. This will help you to find out what you need for your booked tour!


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