From the Ahorn ski area in appox. 6 hours to the peak (incl. climbing passage and abseiling). Varying serious, steep and challenging downhill, 2400 m altitude difference to Mayrhofen. The most beautiful freeride pyramid in the Ziller Valley.
1060 m uphill altitude difference over the back of the mountain to the peak. Different from middle steepness to steep downhill variations possible.
1140 m uphill altitude difference, downhill (middle steepness) in the uphill track.
970 m uphill altitude difference, very spacious and flat downhill.
1660 m uphill altitude difference from Tux, crossing over to Ginzling with a grandiose 2000 m altitude difference downhill.
2120 m uphill altitude difference it is our longest tour. Only suitable for guests with top fitness level. Overnighting in the winter room of the Winterraum der Berliner Hut posible. Traverse and downhill over the giant Floitenkees (glacier) to Ginzling.
1840 m uphill altitude difference, downhill (steep) = in the uphill track, the best skitour in Gerlos. As an option the imposing Sichelgrat can be climbed up to the peak.
Details: We are away for the whole day. If using the lifts we take the first lift up, if leaving from the valley we start at daybreak.
Equipment:Freeride-Ski: Between 100mm - 130mm below binding with front or double rocker + freeride skitouring binding and skins // Splitboard necessary // Freeride hire: see Insider
Safety equipment:Rent avalanche airbag, avalanche transceiver, probe and shovel
Our Services:Mountain guide (select the perfect and safest lines depending on snow conditions and avalanche risk) - Freeride run delux - Photographs to download. With your own USB- stick, you pick up your photos in orginal size, at the mountain guide office
Hoher Riffler 3230 m - Hintertux
We ride from Gletscherbus 3 to Kleegrube at 2700 m. From this point we start skinning 500 m altitude difference till to the summit.
With 5 different downhill runs is the Hoher Riffler the most attractive high alpine Skitouring Mountain in Zillertal
After the "early bird" run on the Hintertux Glacier, the skinns on the skis are used for the ascent to the summit
Ski touring ghost ;-)
A long, flat traverse leads to the steep upswing on the Schwarzbrunnerkees
For the steeper passage up to the Rifflersattel some switchbacks are necessary
From there it is only a few meters to ...
... the summit Hohen Riffler 3230 m
Hoher Riffler -> Höllensteinkees -> Juns
The most beautiful and demanding ski tour from the Riffler -> Federbettkees -> Höllensteinkees (The big north face on the left in the picture)
1st descent, the Federbettkees to the 2nd ascent through the ...
... rock channel at the Realspitze (key point)
Immediately done! The 40 ° steep channel - in the background the Federbettkees
At Hauserkees, the rock climbing passage begins
The climbing traverse - with good tramping conditions without crampons
Abseiling into the Höllensteinkees
1600 vertical meters descent
The N-face with optimal powder snow in spring
The terrific Haberfeld Run
From powder snow to firn, with very safe avalanche conditions
At the end of the ski tour in Juns - spring can no longer be stopped
Hoher Riffler -> Griererkar -> Juns
From the Federbettkees 1 hour ascent to the Napfspitzenjoch left in the picture -> Griererkar -> Grieralm -> Juns
Below the steep key point from the Napfspitze
2nd variant - abseiling from the Schmittenberg ridge into the Griererkar
The Griererkar in its full potential - 1500 meters of altitude run
At the tree line to ...
Hoher Riffler -> Schmittenkar -> Hintertux
Schmittenberg with Schmittenkar via Waldeben to Hintertux - 1730 meters in altitude
At the entrance to the Schmittenkar on the Rifflerscharte the Federbettkees in the background
The first meters in the direction of Schmittengrad
Entrance to a second variant in the direction of Griererkar with a 40 m abseil point
In the most beautiful part of this run
In the last part, the run leads through steep scrub towards Waldeben (key point)
Hoher Riffler -> Schwarzbrunnerkees -> Hintertux
From the summit you ride over the steep short Glacier of the Schwarzbrunnerkees into the Kleegrube. From there to the Sommerberg ski area or via Waldeben to Hintertux - 1730 meters in altitude
Past the avalanche cone in the direction of Kleegrube
At the bottom of the Kleegrube
Through bushes in the direction of Kunerbach - at the end of the run is the key point
Ahornspitze 2970m (the royal Mountain above Mayrhofen)
From the Ahorn lift station you hike to the large basin over the Flizenköpfl, from there you go in a long left traverse to the foot of the Ahorn summit
First ascent to the Filzenköpfl
40 ° steep gully from Filzenköpfl to the second ascent
The long traverse, on the left the Edelhütte
This is the easiest of the 3 summit gullys. There are 2 ascent variants: trudge up this gully or over the right rocky ridge to the summit
When crossing the rock, key points are to be climbed in the 2nd degree of difficulty
Nice exposed climb
The faster option to the summit is via this channel
With 2200 meters of altitude one of the most spectacular and longest runs in the Zillertal
Sunset on the Ahorn
Huge slopes towards the Zillergrund
The last big slope on the Ahornach - from the Alm you go over forest roads and steep forest clearings into the Zillergrund
Gabler 3260 m (the longest and greatest Skitour in Gerlos)
The Gabler is one of the most impressive and longest ski tours in the Zillertal and the most beautiful in Gerlos
The steep face to the summit ascent
The Gabler with its sickle ridge is the "sharpest rock climb" in the Zillertal
Rock climbing level of 2-3
There are very beautiful blocks of gneiss to be overcome
The summit between his feet, the narrowest rock ridge in the Zillertal
One of the most beautiful runs in the Zillertal that you have earned 100% (the Reichenspitze can be seen in the background)
The seracs and crevasses at the mountain foot of the Reichenspitz
Here you can see the length of this ascent, the tour begins and ends at the small lake behind the Gerlosspeicher