• High Alpin cross-country trail Rossbrand (67)

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Difficulty
Duration 2h 56min
Length 11.68km
Max Altitude 1758m
Ascent 361m
descent 350m
With the Papageno Cable Car on the Rossbrand. On the left is the ski hut "Schörgi Alm". From the mountain station on the right, in several serpentines to the panorama curve. Continue up to the post office and through the forest moderately rising. Up towards Radstaetter Hütte and to the crossroads. Fascinating sights!
With the Papageno Cable Car on the Rossbrand. On the left is the ski hut "Schörgi Alm". From the mountain station on the right, in several serpentines to the panorama curve. Continue up to the post office and through the forest moderately rising. Up towards Radstaetter Hütte and to the crossroads. Fascinating sights!

Refreshments: Schörgi Alm and Radstädter Hütte.

Experiences: The Rossbrand - one of the most beautiful mountain ranges in Austria: Niedere and Hohe Tauern, Großglockner, Sonnblick, Großvenediger, Hochkönig, Gosaukamm, Bischofsmütze, Dachsteinmassiv, Ennstal Gipfelkreuz. Winter magic pure - after a snowfall at Schönwetter! Further information:

Starting point: Bergstation Papagenobahn
Target point: Radstädter Hütte
Length: 12 kilometers
Track number: 67
Difficulty: medium
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With the Papageno Cable Car on the Rossbrand. On the left is the ski hut "Schörgi Alm". From the mountain station on the right, in several serpentines to the panorama curve. Continue up to the Postfunkturm and through the forest moderately rising until you leave the trail. Up towards Radstaetter Hütte and to the crossroads. Fascinating sights!

Beginner's course recommended. Certain basic knowledge of cross-country skiing technique as well as cornering and braking technology is required. Light to moderate climbs and descents.

Cross-country equipment

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©  Christian Fischbacher
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©  Christian Fischbacher
©  Christian Fischbacher