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Summit destinations

Blümenberg is a very popular destination during the winter months. For only 700m elevation gain you are rewarded with a seemingly never ending ski run all the way to Muotatal (a descent of over 1`800m). Only worth doing if snow conditions are good down to Hellweid.

Also wothwhile are ski runs through Blüemalpeli over Färlen to Höchi or directly from Rupperslaui, past Achslenstöcken (westside), over Vor den Löchern and down into the valley

Ascent: 3h
Difficulty: ZS-

A very nice ski tour to Blüemberg’s neighbour. Tricky area above the ski depot (a rope for the descent is recommended).

Ascent: 3h
Difficulty: ZS

Rightfully so the most popular ski tour in the area. Without any particular difficult sections and possible to do during most conditions. There is a ski depot below the summit slope.

Ascent: 2h
Difficulty: WS

During safe conditions a worthwhile but demanding ski tour. Ski depot below the Chaisertor. You are not wrong to carry with you an axe and/or crampons.

Ascent: 3h
Difficulty: ZS+

A attractive and popular ski tour without any particular difficulties. It is worth doing in combination with the Spilauerstock or a ski run through Rotenbalm.

Ascent: 2h
Difficulty: WS-

Seldomly visited peak with a steep summit slope. Easily combined with its neighbor Hagelstock.

Ascent: 2h
Difficulty: ZS

Well worth doing is this short and tricky tour ewith its various terrain. If you  take a detour to the cave you might discover some stalagmites formed from ice.

Ascent: 2h
Difficulty: ZS