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Ratschinger Cross

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  • Leichte Tour im Ridnauntal - über die Kaserstattalm auf das Ratschinger Kreuz.
    Leichte Tour im Ridnauntal - über die Kaserstattalm auf das Ratschinger Kreuz.
    Photo: Martin Braito
Distance 8.2 km
2:14 h
862 m
862 m
2,358 m
1,496 m
Joch and Kreuz.
Easy ski tour from Ridnaun via the Entholzer Alm to the Ratschinger Kreuz.

From Ried across the valley floor to the wooden bridge. Over this and up to the right of the stream over a steep hollow under the stone farm. Above the fence on the left, flat above the stream into the valley until you reach a path. Turn right up the road and left to the upper car park (1492 m). From there take the forest road into the Valtigeltal valley. Where the path loops to the left, you can take a shortcut just to the right of the stream. You reach the flat open valley. Go straight in to the right of the stream until you reach the Kaserstattalm (1795 m). The valley is now closed off by a rock bar. Walk up to the rocks and to the right up a slope in the shape of a triangle. This becomes narrower towards the top and ends under rocks on the left at the exit of a gorge. You now cross to the left onto a ridge out to a small alpine hut on the flat ground of the upper valley. A few depressions now lead across to the Entholzer Alm (2039 m), which you leave on the left. If the snow


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