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Zinsnock, 2435 m

Back-country skiing · Kronplatz
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  • Mit den Tourenski im Ahrntal unterwegs
    Mit den Tourenski im Ahrntal unterwegs
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Distance 12.3 km
3:06 h
1,053 m
1,054 m
2,436 m
1,382 m
"Interest" included
Sometimes quite steep ski tour on the Zinsnock above Weißenbach in the Ahrntal valley. Unique views of almost countless three-thousand-metre peaks are guaranteed.

Ascent: Follow the toboggan run for a short distance. Then turn right at the signpost up the right forest path (shortcuts possible) to the Marxegger and Pircher alpine pastures. Just before the Pircher Alm (1810 m), turn right up a corner. Always steeply up through sparse forest to a ridge. Pass a small hay barn to an alpine pasture (2100 m). Now the terrain becomes a bit rougher; always straight on to the Scharte (2378 m), to the left of the Kleiner Ringelstein. Just left under the ridge in a southerly direction to the small summit with cross. Descent as ascent. 


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