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From the Haldensee to the Krinnenspitze

· 3 reviews · Ski Touring · Tannheim Valley
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  • Krinnenspitze im Winter
    Krinnenspitze im Winter
    Photo: Hartmut Wimmer, Outdooractive Premium
m 2400 2200 2000 1800 1600 1400 1200 1000 8 6 4 2 km Krinnenspitze Gräner Ödenalpe Gräner Ödenalpe
Distance 9.9 km
3:17 h
871 m
871 m
1,992 m
1,126 m
A popular ski tour out of the Tannheimer Tal to the prominent mountain south of the Haldensee; a varied ski tour with many possible variations.

The Krinnenspitze is impossible to miss when driving through the Tannheimer Tal. It stands directly south of the Haldensee lake and the ski lift of the same name is located on the north side. The mountain can basically be approached with touring skis from three directions: From Haldensee through the Strindental valley; from the ski lift via the Krinnenalpe and Nesselwängler Ödenalpe and from Rauth on the Gaichtpass. However, the tour described here offers the greatest variation to make good use of the snow conditions. The views from the summit are simply fantastic due to the exposed nature of the mountain. I could no longer confirm the quietness of the tour described in most ski touring guides, because the tour to the Sulzspitze in the neighbourhood is more beautiful and more popular.  


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Profile picture of Hartmut Wimmer Author Hartmut Wimmer 
True to the slogan “Only on new paths you leave visible traces” I am a passionate hiker and explorer. I love to be in the mountains, regardless of the activity. I am the founder and CEO of Outdooractive, thus turning my hobby into a career spending my whole time with my passion. By the way, we are always looking for people to join our team at Outdooractive, maybe you will find your future job here:

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Sandra Antes 
February 13, 2023 · Community
Im Aufstieg Karawanen auf die Sulzspitze. Ab der Abzweigung dann Alleingang. Wunderschön. Schattig, was aber für längere Gute Bedingungen spricht. Der Gipfelanstieg war dann ziemlich abgeblasen, aber gute Spur vorhanden. Am Gipfel war dann doch was los, da die meisten über die Piste aufsteigen. Zum Abfahren findet man schon ne Möglichkeit, ohne seine Ski zu ruinieren. Allerdings würde ich nicht über die Aufstiegspur Abfahren, sondern dann auf die Piste queren. Der Aufstieg durch den Wald ist doch sehr schmal und hat nicht unbedingt Spaßfaktor. Am Haldensee kann man den schneebedeckten Wanderweg/ Loipe zum Parkplatz zurückskaten
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When did you do this route? February 12, 2023
Photo: Sandra Antes, Community
Photo: Sandra Antes, Community
Photo: Sandra Antes, Community
Photo: Sandra Antes, Community
Mario Scheerbaum
March 03, 2013 · Community
Aussichtsreiche Tour, die ich mit Schneeschuhen gemacht habe. Die Route ist sehr gut machbar, allerdings sollte mit Schneeschuhen beim Hinweisschild mit 2 mal Krinnenspitze der Weg links eingeschlagen werden (Tourenskigeher gehen hier rechts).
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When did you do this route? March 03, 2013
Links Schneeschuh, Rechts Tourenski
Photo: Mario Scheerbaum, Community

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