Here you will find information on selected ski tours in Brandnertal.
Our experienced ski tour guides are happy to accompany our guests on the most beautiful ski tours in the Brandnertal and show you what to lookout for when touring.
Schesaplana, 2,965 m
Starting point: after the end of the village, Brand, 1,120 m
Altitude difference: 1,850 m
Avalanche danger: high
Season: February - May
An absolute highlight is the ski tour to the highest peak of the Rätikon. The very long, physically demanding tour with several steep sections will be rewarded with a magnificent panoramic view from the summit.
On the road from Innertal to the valley station of the Lünerseebahn. Continue to the valley end and the right channel following up to the height of the summer path. Mostly without skis over the 'evil steps' and the reamining steps, steep flank to the Lünersee. The go further up via the western Lünersee Begleitweg. From middle of Lünersee can be started in good conditions with the crossing of the flank. You go slightly uphill into a hollow that leads to the Totalphütte. After the Totalphütte on the left back to the Schesaplana border. Follow this, later to the right into the Tobel and steeply to the summit ridge just left of the highest elevation. The last few meters are usually on foot to the summit cross. Departure like climb.
Oberzalimkopf, 2,340 m
Starting point: Valley station Palüdbahn, 1060 m
Altitude: 1280 m
Avalanche danger: medium in the steep gulley; high below the summit
Initially on the slope about 270 Hm above the valley floor of the Lower Zalimalpe. Then on the left side of the valley following the track to the crossroads at the entrance of the Zalim valley. Here on the left-hand track further into the valley. After the wooded, lowest section in the broad valley floor continue upwards. At the end of the valley over an increasingly steeper hollow to just below the level of Oberzalimhütte and cross to the right. From the hut, which is not managed in winter, continue to the right and on the right side of a pine covered slope to a small shoulder. Now turn left into a steep hollow and continue uphill until you reach the ridge to the right of the summit. Ski depot under the ridge rocks. Now following the ridge - a rocky uphill on the left side - to the summit. Departure like ascent.
Schillermulde, 1,847 m
Starting point: valley station Einhornbahn or Tschengla hiking car park, 1200 m
Altitude difference: 630 m
Avalanche danger: low - medium (because of final slope to the col)
Season: December - March
From the hiking car park Tschengla follow the road to the foot of the hill for about 1,230 m. Over the mostly open slopes slightly to the right in the shadow of the Furkla, about 1,600 m. On the right side of the small valley between the Schillerkopf and the Mondspitze to below the col and at the end in hairpin bends steeply on the ridge or more comfortably on small slope shoulder in the northern slope of the Schillerkopf. Departure like ascent.Alternative: Mondspitze, 1,967 mThe Mondspitze is more interesting in late winter due to the strong mountain pine. Route as to the Schillermulde up to the Verebnung. Then just keep to the east ridge of the Mondspitze and just left of the ridge in hairpin bends to the summit. Departure like ascent.
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