Analysing terrain data
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The classic par excellence among the steep descents on the eastern edge of the Alps.
Gives the east side of the Schneeberg its special appearance and leads directly from the summit into the valley.
Landscape unique, not extreme, but with an impressive driveway that made some people feel cold over their backs.
Especially from the top of the Kaisenstein it looks much steeper than it is.
Very popular and therefore often mogul-like in spring, yet it requires a conscientious approach and must not be underestimated.
Sometimes also in high winter, although the snow conditions rarely make sense.
Firns up quickly in spring because of the eastern location.
After the entrance a narrower section, then the endless ideal slope opens.
In spring quite long good snow until height Grafensteig, 1270 m.
Then probably a section on foot and finally a chance for snow again on the forest path leading back to the piste. Ski touring standard equipment