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Ski tour to the Kuhlochscharte above Scharnitz

· 1 review · Back-country skiing · Region Seefeld
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Distance 17.5 km
4:30 h
1,205 m
1,206 m
2,176 m
1,017 m
This scenically impressive ski tour takes us through the Eppzirler Tal valley to the Kuhlochscharte.

This tour is mainly feasible in late spring, but also in safe safe conditions in high winter. After fresh snowfall this route is this route is not suitable due to the very steep slopes. The ascent The ascent and descent route leads across north to north-east facing slopes. The orientation up to the Eppzirleralm is very easy, as you follow a forest path. Behind the Behind the alpine pasture, however, orientation can become a challenge in poor visibility.


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Jakob Hugo Höck 
January 19, 2022 · Community
Super mit dem Zug zu erreichen! ein bissi ein Hatsch am Anfang.
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When did you do this route? January 19, 2022

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