Ski Tour Sulzenhals (Variation Tor)
Erlebnisregion Schladming-Dachstein Verified partner Explorers Choice
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Tips and hints
For more detailed information, please contact a local mountain guide:
Bergführerbüro Ramsau am Dachstein, Die Bergstation, Alpincenter Dachstein, Alpinschule Dachsteinguides, Alpinschule Dachstein
Ascent: beautiful ski tour at the foot of the Dachstein Südwände. The ski tour starts from Gasthof Dachsteinruhe and leads towards Bachlalm. At the Schaidalm, the ski tour goes through the larch forest towards Sulzenhals. Follow the path to the right and start your ascent of the Tor.
Descent: along the ascent route there are many varied descents. For experienced ski tourers, there are two other variants - they are only recommended to experts!
Rötelstein (very difficult): Follow the trail on the left to Rötelstein.
Windlegerscharte (very difficult): Follow the trail on the right and ascend to the Scharte (col).
Bus schedule of the Ramsauer Verkehrsbetriebe: www.rvb.at
From the west:
Tauern Autobahn (A 10) to Knoten Ennstal - turnoff direction Graz/Schladming - stay on the Ennstal-Bundesstraße (B320) for approx. 20 km until Schladming - take the turnoff for Ramsau.
From the north:
Pyhrn Autobahn (A 9) direction Liezen - take the Ennstal-Bundesstraße (B320) to Schladming - turnoff Ramsau.
ParkingGasthof Dachsteinruhe or Congress Center Ramsau Ort
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To go on a tour without proper preparation and equipment is reckless. Not only your own life is easily risked, but also that of your fellow mountaineers in the same region.
Have to be on the tour: Avalanche transceiver, mobile phone, shovel, avalanche probe, first aid kit, sufficient food and drinks, possibly additional clothing to change.
On the day of the tour: Read the avalanche situation report and weather forecast and check what effects it will have on the planned tour - possibly adjust or cancel the tour. Are all participants fit and healthy enough to go on the tour? If not, adjust or cancel the tour.
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