Ski tour planning – the 3×3 filter method

Ski tour planning – the 3×3 filter method

The following overview is a tool that serves as a cheat sheet for the structured planning of a ski tour. The three pillars on the x- and y-axis are important: conditions, terrain and people are assessed, checked and thought through regionally, locally and the zone that you are in. If you follow this grid, beginners and experts alike will always have all the important points in mind when planning a ski tour:


Tourenplanung 3x3 Raster
Wichtig sind die drei Säulen auf der x- sowie der y-Achse: Verhältnisse, Gelände und Mensch werden jeweils regional, lokal und zonal beurteilt beziehungsweise überprüft und durchgedacht.

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