Ski tour on the Schneeberg in Mühlbach
The diverse range of ski tours in Mühlbach am Hochkönig ensures high feelings every winter. If the snow conditions are right and the surface is stable, appropriate excursions into alpine regions can be undertaken even in the early spring. A ski tour on the Schneeberg in Mühlbach is never wrong. Where hiking enthusiasm finds an exciting home in summer, the cold season invites you to spectacular ascents and descents in several variants.
From the Dientner Saddle
One way to climb the Schneeberg on the Hochkönig starts at the Dientner Saddle. This three-and-a-half-hour, moderately difficult tour covers 12.4 km and 800 meters in altitude (uphill and downhill) with the Schneebergkreuz as the roof at 1,938 m. The Mittereggalm car park is the starting point for an initial descent to the Dientalm. From then on, mountain after mountain is tackled with the Kollmannsegg, Ahornstein and Dientner Schneeberg as intermediate stations, before the aforementioned cross leads to the Mühlbacher Schneeberg. The Schneeberg descent or Fellersberg descent offer fantastic snow conditions and a wonderful view. Only the slight counter ascent to the Dientner Saddle has it all.
The short alternative
In just three hours with a path length of only nine kilometers and an ascent of approx. 680 meters in altitude, a crisp, slightly easier alternative awaits at the Dientalm. With the Mittereggalm and the Tiergartenalm as stations, the Klingelbergalm is tackled on the left after crossing the piste. Here, after a short flat section, it goes uphill over the Klingelbergsattel to the Schneebergkreuz and the Schneeberg itself. The well-known runs lead back, whereby after the family run in the direction of Birgkarwiese, the end has to be completed on foot.
Also in spring the ski tour on the Schneeberg in Mühlbach knows how to inspire. The Hotel Sonnhof is the ideal home for tourers and alpinists, but also for hikers who want to explore the peaks on foot in summer. Request a non-binding holiday offer today.
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