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Seefeldspitze in Ulten

Back-country skiing · Meraner Land
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  • Skitour im Hochwinter auf die Seefeldspitze in Ulten.
    Skitour im Hochwinter auf die Seefeldspitze in Ulten.
    Photo: Martin Braito
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Distance 13.3 km
3:42 h
1,315 m
1,315 m
2,530 m
1,215 m
About the Auerberg and Seefeldalm with the touring skis to the Seefeldspitz in the Ulten Valley.

Immediately via summer trail no. 18 steeply up through the forest until you cross the forest road. Continue straight along trail no. 18 until you meet the forest road again at 1492 m. Straight down the valley to the Auerbergalm, 1644 m, and straight down to below the rock bar that closes off the valley. Now turn left up the slope (Attention! A large avalanche is more likely to come down from the left flank of the mountain), until at 1950 m you reach a steep ramp on the right across the rock bar into the flat area below the Seefeldalm, 2110 m. Just before the Seefeldalm, turn right into the upper large, flat valley floor. Walk straight into the valley and, well before the Seefeldjoch, turn left up a steep slope. At approx. 2400 m turn left under rocks. At 2500 m, just below these, turn left up a very steep slope – possibly on foot – until you reach flatter terrain. Go through depressions in an easterly direction to the highest point a little further back with the Steinmann and Kreuzl.


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