Nowhere’s better than a ski tour in the border triangle for experiencing the wintery mountainous region off-piste.
Up the glistening white slopes in total serenity and then weaving back down through the deep snow – going on a ski tour means not just hitting the slopes on your own. The Tyrolean Oberland has snow-capped peaks that are just waiting to be discovered!
Impressive panoramic views of the mountains and unique spectacles of nature are part and parcel of the comfortable as well as the challenging tours and snowy ski runs which delight skiing enthusiasts. Start off your skiing tour in the border triangle!
Ski touring in the border triangle
Between Austria, Italy and Switzerland
The Tyrolean Oberland offers tours of all levels of difficulty, from easy, to medium difficulty to challenging. Ski tour routes up to 3,000 metres above see level, tours for one day and several days, guided ski tours and even night ski tours await you.
Guided ski tours
Do you want useful insider tips and the best possible safety? Then a guided ski tour is exactly right for you! Accompanied by mountain guides with expert local knowledge, you’ll embark on a journey of discovery through the grandiose Alpine world of the Tyrolean Oberland. The excellent organisation promises an unforgettable tour into the deep snow!
The guided ski tours take place every Friday on request depending on the levels of snow:
- Duration: between one and 3 hours for the climb and descent down to the base
- Minimum of 3 participants
- Contribution towards costs: on request
- Services: Guidance and training from local mountain guides
You can find out more information in the tourist information offices.
Ski tour camp
1 week - 1 starting point | 3 peaks - 3 countries
The week-long ski tour camp is appealing for off-piste sports fans. Scale three different summits in three countries in one week!
Further informations are available in the tourist information office in Pfunds.
Safety when going on a skiing tour
As well as suitable clothing, every skier on the tour should bring all safety equipment with them and know how to use it:
- avalanche beeper
- mobile phone
- ideally also an airbag avalanche rucksack
Good to know:You can learn important practical tips and how to professionally handle avalanche equipment at free SAAC courses. The development of snow covers, the correct choice of route and avalanche awareness are all part of the programme on the Snow and Avalanche Awareness Camps which take place over a few days.