From the Haldensee to the Krinnenspitze
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Krinnenspitze im WinterPhoto: Hartmut Wimmer, Outdooractive Premium
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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