Out and about on touring skis in PillerseeTal
Discover the joys of ski touring. The ascent over the pistes is both an ideal training opportunity as well as a chance for recreation. Under your own steam, it goes through untouched nature up to the summit. The wonderful peace and quiet and beautiful views are as much part of the fascination of this sport as is the crowning descent on pristine slopes. And all this away from the hustle and bustle, in and with nature! Tirol is probably the best-known Austrian state for ski touring fans. From easy tours all the way to difficult high-altitude tours, the Kitzbühel Alps offer the right terrain for every ski tour. Discover the ski touring paradise PillerseeTal in Tirol and choose your preferred route from our wide range of tours. The world’s largest walk-in summit across, the Jakobskreuz, can also be reached on touring skis!
Good to know
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Mountain guides for a guided ski tours
Let the pros show you the ski touring paradise PillerseeTal. The certified ski instructors, ski guides and alpine sports schools will show you the finest slopes and give you insider tips for ski touring in Tirol. The professional guided tours by the alpine sports schools are a great experience for beginners as well as for experienced ski tourers. Get more information directly from the alpine sports schools of the region!
Avalanche reports and forecasts
Before a tour in open terrain, you should absolutely get up-to-date with the current avalanche warning level as well as forecasts. No matter how enticing the snowy slopes may look in the sparkling sunshine, you should always bear in mind the danger of avalanches. Here you’ll find the current avalanche forecasts, so that you can plan your tour in advance. Our mountain guides will also gladly brief you on the current situation on the mountain.
What equipment do you need?
To enjoy a ski tour in PillerseeTal to the fullest, choosing the right equipment is of particular importance. Safety and functionality should always have priority in doing so. If you’re planning a ski tour in open terrain, you should be up-to-date with the risk of avalanches. Therefore, always carry a working avalanche transceiver, an avalanche shovel and probe as well as a first-aid kit.
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