The Austrian Tyrol has a great ski touring tradition. Confortable refuges/hotels, warm hospitality, showers, draft beer and apple strudel: real comfort, I tell you! A route through gentle slopes, 3 confortable huts only, ideal for a ski travelling introduction.
Day 1 : meeting in Ischgl at 12h or on the train station Landeck (line Paris-Innsbruck) at 11am, followed by the lifts and skin up (1h), or tracked in case of bad weather, until the refuge Heidelberg (2264m).
Day 2 : climb up (3 to 4h) to the Breite Krone (3064m) and descent through Kronenjoch to Jamtalhütte (2165m).
Day 3 : ascension (4h) of Augstenberg Spitze (3197m) and back down to the refuge.
Day 4 : climb up (3h) to the Col Oschencharte (2997m), then the Dreiländer Spitze (3197m) and descent to the refuge Wiesbadner (2443m).
Day 5 : climb up (3h) to Silvrettalücke, then the Silvrettahorn (3244m).
Day 6 : climb up (2h) to Raukopfscharte (3000m) and descent to Wirl (1630m).
Dates : half-february to late april
Level : 1
Price : 1165 € / person (based on one guide / 4 participants).
including: - organisation and guiding by an IFMGA mountain guide
- Half board in mountain huts and hotels.
- lift up and bus transfer as planned in the program.
- Individual rescue insurance.