Municipality: Wald im Pinzgau

Easy, very popular splitboard / backcountry route for beginners or those who change from backcountry skiing to splitboarding.

Tour Data
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Difficulty SAC: L
Summit altitude: 2.143m
Start altitude: 1.330m
Vertical height: 813m
Walking time h:min: 3:00
Exposition: Northeast,South,
Best season: All winter
How to get there:

A10 Tauern motorway you drive to Lungau exit at Zedernhaus and then to the northwest through the small town Bruckdorf Riedingtal. Parking at the height of the south portal of the tunnel, in front of a panel driving ban. At  lack of snow the road is frequently used until the barrier at the toll booth in Riedingtal.

Route description
Starting point:

Parking at Wald, in front of the driving ban sign.


The splitboards / backcountry ski checked and prepared on the eve, we first walk on the road to Riedingtal to the toll booth. There is a shortcut through a grassy slope or from the first left turn after the ban on an old cart path passing the Kesselbach directly to the Neuseßwirtsalm.

Prior to the toll booth, we turn to the right and hike north on the roadway (from the right comes up the cart path Neuseßwirtsalm) to the Muhreralm. Immediately after the Alm we turn left passing the creek and head on north of a ditch. At the beginning we hike with the splitboards (backcountry ski) through the forest. Soon we are climbing on natural terrain to the west. The slopes are getting flatter and we keep to the left of the summit  on the slightly developed back. Walking on this back at last we climb a short section quite steeply to the summit, which is basically the outgoing end of the Kleines Mosermandl.

As ascent

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