Hochbrunner Schneid / Monte Papera - ski tour - Skitour.Guru

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Hochbrunner Schneid / Monte Papera , 3046 m

  • Length of ascent7 km
  • ascent1592 m
  • duration6-8 h
  • Fitness difficulty
  • Technical difficulty

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The most eastern 3000 peak of the Sexten Alps, a great yet challenging ski tour. In the second half of the tour are steep slopes, over 35 °. A great view of Tre Cime from an unusual angle.

The height profile indicates the slope of the hill. If you mouse over the curve, you will see the slope for this concrete position on the hill, which is also represented by a red drop on the map. The vertical color zones under the curve (see explanations above the profile) inform the slope which has impact on avalanche danger.

Planning of ski tour

Fitness difficulty
Technical difficulty
best time for this tour
march, april
Glacier
No
Map
Sextener Dolomiten, Tabacco Nr. 10, 1:25000
Guides
Skitouren in Südtirol, Band 2 (de, it - Tappeiner)

About Ski tour

Time difficulty
5-6 h1-2 h
Ascent (height difference)
1592 m
Lenght of ascent
7 km
Descent (height difference)
1592 m
Total time of the tour
6-8 h
Elevation Range
1454 - 3046 m
Principal Aspect
N, W
S-south, N-north, W-west, E-east

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Important warning: The information and data provided on Skitour.Guru has been compiled with great care. The use of all information is at your own risk. Personal experience and knowledge of a current state of slope are very important in addition to generally useful informations for the risk assessment. Itineraries of ski tours may vary from the ones mentioned above depending on the current snow conditions or terrain changes (eg glacier). Careful planning and assessment of the avalanche danger for specific slopes before each ski tour is crucial. The pictograms in the tour map mark the usual key points. In general, GPS device is a helpful friend, but in the end, it is always the person, who decides over the route line in the terrain. The height profile shows us the slope. The cited duration data are indicated, rather intended for slower ski tourers and include the movement time without pauses.

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