Ski tours in Valle di Casies

Traumhafte Skitour

Cross-country ski tracks in Valle di Casies

If you like ski touring, then you get what your heart desires in Valle di Casies. There are good reasons why the region is one of South Tyrol’s most popular ski touring areas. The snow-covered alpine pasture landscapes, impressive peaks and almost pristine nature are just some of the region’s merits. Many signposted tours of all levels of difficulty are waiting for you. The routes are mainly on leisurely forest trails leading to the timberline where the landscape opens to perfect slopes with a very low risk of avalanches.

 

Highlights of the ski touring region

  • Snow-reliability
  • Ideal ski touring terrain
  • Many serviced huts

Hoher Mann (2.593 m)

The ski tour up to the peak of the mountain Hoher Mann offers dream-like clear slopes for pure skiing pleasure. After a stop at the hut Aschtalm, you ride down the toboggan run until you reach the valley.

  • Starting point: car park St. Magdalena/Gsieser Tal – head of the valley (1,465 m a.s.l.)
  • Height difference: 1,150 altitude metres
  • Walking time: 3.5 h
  • Difficulty: easy

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Hochkreuzspitze (2.739 m)

One of the classic ski tours in the Gsieser Tal Valley. This tour is often done as a round trip – ascent via the Gsieser Törl, descent through the Pfoital or vice versa.

  • Starting point: car park St. Magdalena/Gsieser Tal – head of the valley (1,465 m a.s.l.)
  • Height difference: 1,300 altitude metres
  • Walking time: 4.5 h
  • Difficulty: intermediate

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Uwaldalm (2.042 m)

Pleasant ski tour that leads along the forest road or groomed toboggan run. Starting from the hut, you can additionally climb the 2,272 metres high Spielbühel.

  • Pleasant ski tour that leads along the forest road or groomed toboggan run. Starting from the hut, you can additionally climb the 2,272 metres high Spielbühel.
  • Starting point: car park St. Magdalena/Gsieser Tal – head of the valley (1,465 m a.s.l.)
  • Height difference: 600 altitude metres
  • Walking time: 1.5 h
  • Difficulty: easy

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Kalkstein Jöchl (2.326 m)

The ski tour across snow-covered alpine pastures until you reach the crossing to the Austrian Villgratental valley is a wonderful winter sports experience.

  • Starting point: car park St. Magdalena/Gsieser Tal – head of the valley (1,465 m a.s.l.)
  • Height difference: 900 altitude metres
  • Walking time: 2.5 h
  • Difficulty: easy

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Rotlahner (2.743 m)

The ski tour up to the mountain Rotlahner is one of the most popular in the Gsieser Tal valley – and justifiably so. This peak with good views can be reached through a toboggan run and diverse slopes as well as the mountain ridge.

  • Starting point: car park St. Magdalena/Gsieser Tal – head of the valley (1,465 m a.s.l.)
  • Height difference: 1,300 altitude metres
  • Walking time: 3.5 h
  • Difficulty: intermediate

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Hochhorn (2.625 m)

At Schuher Alm, the wonderful slopes of this ski tour open up. Via the Golfen (2,469 m) you reach the Hochhorn. The reward for the long ascent is the extraordinary view from the peak.

  • Starting point: Unterplanken in Pichl/Gsieser Tal (1,200 m a.s.l.)
  • Height difference: 1,500 altitude metres
  • Walking time: 5 h
  • Difficulty: intermediate

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Lutterkopf - Durakopf (2.275 m)

During this easy ski tour, that does not take too long and that leads over an extended mountain ridge, you enjoy a very nice mountain panorama. Another benefit: you can stop at Taistner Vorderalm for a bite to eat.

  • Starting point: car park above “Berggasthaus Mudler Hof” in Taisten (1,620 m a.s.l.)
  • Height difference: 750 altitude metres
  • Walking time: 3 h
  • Difficulty: easy

Tour details

1 Winter sports accomodation in Valle di Casies

Hotel Stoll

Hotel Stoll  Italy / South Tyrol / Gsieser Tal

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