Tour tips – 10 ski tours for beginners

Tour tips

10 ski tours for beginners

You probably can’t wait to finally go ski touring. To make it as easy as possible for you to get started and get used to the new movement and equipment, we have put together ten ski tours for beginners. You don’t need a perfect technique or top physical condition for this, but you can simply walk your first tracks, relax and get to know the what the fascination is with ski touring.

Country: Österreich
Region: Hochsteiermark

Turnauer Hochanger

520 hm

520 hm

02:00 h

From the Seebergalm south through the Lappental, to the Göriacher Alm and on to the Hochanger. Descent as ascent.

Country: Schweiz
Region: Unterbäch – Ginals

Altstafelhorn

380 hm

900 hm

02:00 h

Easy accessible summit, where you can very often find some fresh snow, due to its east exposure.

Country: Schweiz
Region: Gemmipass

Daubenhorn

650 hm

650 hm

02:30 h

This easy, but beautiful skitours starts at the Gemmipass, which can be easily accessed by a cablecar starting from Leukerbad. It follows first a little plateau, where the beautiful scenery can be enjoyed, before the real ascent begins. Then, an agreable ascent begins and ends a few meters below the summit, where the skis can be left for the final climb, which is only recommended for those not afraid of heights . At the summit a breathtaking view down to Leukerbad can be enjoyed at the top

Country: Schweiz
Region: Simmental-Saanenland

Wannehörli

675 hm

675 hm

02:30 h

Wunderschöne genussvolle Einsteigertour mit unglaublichem Bergpanaroma und Abfahrtspass. Auf- und Aufstiegsmöglichkeitenvon Saanenmöser oder hinterer Richenstein. Mehrere Varianten zum Abfahren nach Saanenmöser oder hinterer Richenstein garantieren einen Pulverspass 🙂

Country: Italien
Region: Valle d’Aosta

Col Serena (Serena Pass)

877 hm

877 hm

02-03 h

From Mottes 1660m (Crevacol resort’s parking) follow the road that go under the bridge of the Grand San Bernardo way, across the little river (bridge). Follow the paths on the left side in the forest. Stay in the center of the valley until the Bois Bassi pasture (1950m). Go up until the last part of the forest (steep). With nth not binding reach to the pass. You descent same way.

Country: Deutschland
Region: Karwendel, Mittenwald

Kranzberg

450 hm

450 hm

01:30 h

The K2 Kranzbergroute is a ski touring trail on the Kranzberg in Mittenwald. Over about 3.7 kilometers and about 450 meters in altitude, the K2 Kranzbergroute leads from the valley station of the Kranzberg chairlift to the 1,391 meter high Kranzberg summit. Absolute nature experience in the midst of Karwendel and Wetterstein!

Country: Italien
Region: Cortina d’ Ampezzo

MALGA FEDERA - CRODA DA LAGO

600 hm

600 hm

02:00 h

Easy access all season long with a good balance in distance VS vertical drop from 1200mt to 1800mt

Country: Österreich
Region: Niederösterreich

unterberg

660 hm

691 hm

02:30 h

Approx. 60 km from Vienna – ideal for beginners or after work tours – natural snow area – no avalanche danger! Once a week there is a night tour appointment. Descent via the slope. There are four ascent variations of different length and intensity. This would be the ascent route from the parking lot Normalweg. A ski rental is also at the end of the parking lot, attention parking fee of about 5 € per car.

Country: Schweiz
Region: Davos, Flüelapass

Baslersch Chopf

691 hm

691 hm

02:30 h

Beautiful tour to a great panoramic peak. The ascent leads over sunny terraces to the summit. If it should be windy on the pass, don’t worry, the wind usually stops at the level of the Badrillenboden… Most of the time ;-))

Skitourenbindung vs. normale Bindung
Country: Österreich
Region: Nockberge

Großer Speikkofel

800 hm

800 hm

03:00 h

Easy and lonely pleasure ski tour over flat slopes and varied terrain in the magnificent scenery of the Nockberge mountains far away from the hustle and bustle of the slopes.


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