Valleys between South and North Tyrol

Trekking, ski touring and ice climbing in the valleys of North and South Tyrol

By border valleys we mean the Tyrolean valleys located north and south of the Brenner Pass, between North and South Tyrol (Wipptal in German).

Gschnitztal, Navistal, Schmirntal, Valsertal, Obernbergtal, Pflerschtal, Passeiertal, Pfitschtal, Ridnauntal, Ratschingstal constitute many possibilities easily reachable from the motorway of the Brenner between Matrei and Sterzing. In an east-west direction we range from the Resia Pass to the Grossglockner (High Tauern).

It is a region known for both summer and winter hiking with numerous itineraries for snowshoes and ski mountaineering that reach many peaks over 3000 m.

As it straddles the Alps, the peaks and valleys frequently receive heavy snowfalls from both sides and this aspect allows the presence of both winter and spring ski mountaineering itineraries.

The winter ski mountaineering itineraries in particular are the ideal terrain for the first experiences, developing very often along the accesses to the huts and then in the open field beyond the treeline, while the spring ones have greater development and generally require good technical experience.

In every season, the Tyrolean atmosphere and hospitality of the characteristic refuges will allow us to fully experience intense days!

Finally, for ice climbing enthusiasts it is worth mentioning the well-known destinations of, Ötztal, Reif in Taufers, Pitztal, Zillertal, Matrei in Osttirol and many others, which allow us a safe and fun approach to the discipline.


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