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Western Gerstgras Peak

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  • Auf die Westliche Gerstgraser Spitze - anspruchsvolle Skitour im Schnalstal.
    Auf die Westliche Gerstgraser Spitze - anspruchsvolle Skitour im Schnalstal.
    Photo: Martin Braito
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Distance 12.7 km
3:40 h
1,501 m
1,501 m
3,132 m
1,632 m
For experienced skiers
Difficult ski tour in Mastauntal - via Mastaunalm to the Westliche Gerstgraser Spitze in Schnals

Up to the right of the stream and along the path to the Mastaunalm, 1810 m, which you leave on the right. Continue down the rather flat valley to the foot of a steep step, approx. 2120 m, which closes off the entire valley. First climb up the middle of a slightly pronounced ridge and then turn left to the lowest point of the escarpment. At about 2350 m you reach flatter terrain. Turn right into the large hollow and through it to below the east ridge of the Mastaunspitze. Now through hollows and shallow Böden always sloping right to the beginning of a small valley, 2700 m, which runs up in a northerly direction. Walk through this valley with a moderate incline to the beginning of a steep southern slope, 2850 m. Follow this steep slope to the ridge. Climb this steep slope up to the ridge (possibly with crampons, take your skis with you). You reach the ridge at 3050 m. Now over a wide ridge to the left to the pre-peak, 3104 m. There is a ski depot. Descend a little between rocks to the


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