New ski tour downhill run on the Hochstuckli

Experience the fascination of ski tours in the unique scenery from Hochstuckli to Engelstock. Get ready for unforgettable moments in the winter wonderland!

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Ski touring downhill run Hochstuckli

The new Hochstuckli ski touring downhill run not only offers a unique nature experience, but also the opportunity to enjoy the panorama on Saturday evenings. The gondola is available from 18:00 to 22:00 and the last descent is at 23:00.

After the ride down, you have the opportunity to round off the day with a delicious dinner in a cozy mountain inn. Immerse yourself in the warm atmosphere and indulge in regional specialties.

Please note that both ascents and descents are at your own risk and responsibility.

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The 5 ski tour rules

  • Outside the operating hours of the transport facilities, the departures are closed and thus blocked. Ski touring enthusiasts must also observe the operating times. Danger to life! Only explicitly opened slopes may be used for ski touring outside operating hours.
  • During the operating hours of the transport facilities, the FIS rules apply to all users of snow sports slopes. The following rules in particular must be observed by ski tourers on pistes:
    • Ascent only at the edge of the piste.Ascent only one after the other, not next to each other.
    • No crossings in unclear places.
    • Special care must be taken with peaks, in bottlenecks, steep slopes and icy conditions.
    • Respect the ski operation; this has priority.
  • The instructions of the piste and rescue service must be followed. If the cable car companies demand contributions for the use of the snow sports slopes, these must be paid accordingly.
  • If special circumstances are required, the cableway company concerned has the option of prohibiting ski touring on its snow sports slopes even during operating hours.
  • Wild rest zones and protected areas must always be observed. At dusk and in the dark, forest areas (especially with headlamps) should be avoided.