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    Ski touring on signposted slopes

    in Kirchberg, Kitzbühel and Mittersill

    The ski tours on the area’s signposted slopes take you to the Gaisberg, the Bichlalm (along ski route 52) and, along ski route 56, to the Schwarzkogel and Resterkogel mountains. KitzSki, the Kitzbühel Tourist Office and the Kitzbüheler Alpen tourist association have established the routes to cater for the recent trend towards ski touring on the slopes.

    Route 1 Gaisberg

    A demanding ascent with a flat start, followed by a continuous increase in altitude. The steepest part is in the middle of the ascent. Provided that there is enough fresh snow, you can take the forest path through the woods to bypass it. In the upper third, the route becomes gentler again. The well-signposted trail follows the slope boundary to the top station of the Gaisberglift chairlift.

    • kilometers of the track

      1,2 km

    • Difficulty of the track

      123

    • Time to walk

      1,5 h

    • Starthöhe

      840 m

    • Zielpunkt

      1.260 m

    • Elevation difference of the track

      420 m

    • Parkplatz

      kostenlos

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    Height profile of the track

    in min km

    More signposted slopes for ski tourers

    Route 1 Bichlalm

    An ascent at a pleasant incline for ski tourers on slopes. Ideal for gentle tours and beginners. The trailhead is located at the end of the slope, opposite the Bichlalm chairlift mid-station, and the route takes you along ski run 50. At the beginning of the ascent, you cross open meadows with splendid views. Following a brief stretch of forest, you re-enter open terrain with lovely views about half an hour before reaching the Bichlalm. Continue along the forest path, occasionally leaving the slope, to reach the Bichlalm restaurant.

    • kilometers of the track

      2,4 km

    • Difficulty of the track

      123

    • Time to walk

      1,5 h

    • Starthöhe

      1.150 m

    • Zielpunkt

      1.600 m

    • Elevation difference of the track

      450 m

    • Parkplatz

      kostenlos

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    Aufstieg Route 1a Stuckkogel

    A pleasant ski touring ascent, treating you to delightful landscapes along ski route 52. From the Bichlalm top station, a snowcat track takes you near the Stuckkogel summit (1,880 m). The ascent follows the groomed track. On the first 100 metres after leaving the Bichlalm, you can bypass the steep section on a zigzag route provided that there is enough natural snow. If visibility is poor beyond the forest boundary, we recommend that you do not continue the ascent.

    • kilometers of the track

      1,2 km

    • Difficulty of the track

      123

    • Time to walk

      1 h

    • Starthöhe

      1.600 m

    • Zielpunkt

      1.880 m

    • Elevation difference of the track

      280 m

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    Route 1b Hochetzkogel

    If you want to reach another summit with impressive views after your ascent to the Bichlalm restaurant, you can continue to the Hochetzkogel mountain. It will take you about half an hour to get there. Continue along ski route 52, following the trail towards the Stuckkogel. After about 400 metres, the route forks to the left, taking you to the Hochetzkogel. From here, a gentle incline takes you across the mountain ridge, treating you to sweeping views en route. You will reach the summit in about 15 minutes.

    • kilometers of the track

      600 km

    • Difficulty of the track

      123

    • Time to walk

      0,5 h

    • Starthöhe

      1.600 m

    • Zielpunkt

      1.740 m

    • Elevation difference of the track

      140 m

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    Route 1 Schwarzkogel

    Beautiful ascent in the far part of the Spertental valley The trail starts at the practice lift in Aschau and follows the left boundary of the ski slope. The entire ascent follows ski route 56, so there will be much less oncoming traffic from downhill skiers and snowboarders than there would be on a slope. Long stretches of the ascent route take you through the forest. At an altitude of 1,340 metres, it crosses into the Usterkar on the Aschau high-altitude summer trail. It then continues along the mountain ridge, treating you to views of the Usterkar pastures. The ridge takes you to the Hochsaukaser/Hieslegg top stations.

    • kilometers of the track

      4,3 km

    • Difficulty of the track

      123

    • Time to walk

      2,5 h

    • Starthöhe

      1.000 m

    • Zielpunkt

      1.920 m

    • Elevation difference of the track

      920 m

    • Parkplatz

      Übungslift Aschau

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    Route 1 Resterkogel

    A pleasant ascent with few slope crossings and lovely views during the final steep, taking you to the summit of the Resterkogel. After a pleasant start away from the busy slopes, you follow the quiet ski route 70a. The route crosses the slope after about 20 minutes. Continue along the right slope boundary and head into the forest. After a left turn, follow the attractive, straight route up to the Moseralm restaurant. Around the Moseralm, the trail switches to the left side of the slope. Leaving the slope, it takes you along the well-signposted ascent route towards ski run 77. Continue along the right slope boundary to reach the Resterkogel summit in about 20 minutes.

    • kilometers of the track

      3,8 km

    • Difficulty of the track

      123

    • Time to walk

      2,5 h

    • Starthöhe

      1.270 m

    • Zielpunkt

      1.870 m

    • Elevation difference of the track

      600 m

    • Parkplatz

      Sesselbahn Resterhöhe

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    Seminare Schneesport

    Evening ski tours on the slopes

    of Sportberg Gaisberg
    > Tuesday, 5:30 p.m. to 9 p.m. (no floodlights)
    > Thursday, 5:30 p.m. to 9 p.m. (floodlights until 10:30 p.m.)
    > Friday, 5:30 p.m. to 9 p.m. (floodlights until 10:30 p.m.)

    on Hahnenkamm (ski run no. 20 Asten)
    > every day until 10 p.m. (Note: winch grooming starts every day at 10 p.m.!)

    on Resterhöhe (ski runs no. 70/70a from Pass Thurn to Resterhöhe)
    > every day until 7 p.m.

    to Wurzhöhe (ski run no. 60)
    > Friday until 10 p.m.

    10 rules for ski tourers on the slopes

    The following rules have been issued by the Kuratorium für alpine Sicherheit (advisory board for alpine safety). Ski slopes are first and foremost for users of the cable cars and lifts. In order to avoid accidents and conflict, we ask you to observe the following advice as well as the FIS rules of conduct:

    1. Please observe warnings and local rules
    2. Stay off a slope or section of a slope if it is closed. 3. The use of snow groomers – particularly when cable winches are involved – or the use of explosives for avalanche control, etc. can cause life-threatening situations. Slopes may therefore be closed for safety reasons while the work is carried out.
    3. Climb the slope only at the side and in single file.
    4. The slopes should only be crossed at places that are clearly visible and with enough distance from one another.
    5. Ski only around the edge of slopes that have just been groomed. Tracks that have frozen solid over night can severely affect the quality of the slopes.
    6. Leave the slopes at the designated time (depending on place!)
    7. Make yourself visible. Use headlights, reflective clothing etc. if it is dark or there is poor visibility.
    8. If there are slopes which are specially designated for tourers, always use these.
    9. Do not take dogs onto the slopes.
    10. Use designated parking spaces and pay any parking fees.