Challenging tour for experienced freeriders who don't mind a drop.

Statistics

320

m

1,316

m

47

max┬░

Difficulty

FATMAP difficulty grade

Severe

Description

Take the gondola Trittkopf I/II.

From here, it will take about 45 minutes with skins to the Trittkopf peak.

Sometimes it is easiest to first put the skis on the pack and hike straight up, following an often broken trail along the ridge to Noerdlicher Trittkopf. Once reaching the peak, or slightly before, the terrain gets less steep.

Put your skins on and turn lookers right along the ridge towards the main peak of Trittkopf.

Be careful.

Do not go too far left since the ridge often has a huge cornice which can collapse.

The last meters to the cross can be slightly funny depending on conditions, you essentially turn left from the right, crampons can come handy at times.

The peak has a beautiful cross on the top.

There are two obvious runs: Option 1: North facing down into Pazieltal - https://fatmap.com/routeid/2736950/trittkopf This route takes you west facing through an obvious couloir.

Depending on conditions, you need to navigate rocks on the top, skiers right is often best, nice place to jump in good conditions.

You will reach the slopes if you turn right at the bottom.

You can also keep left and ski down to Stuben ending up on the bunny hill, few bunnies compared to St.

Anton.