LWD Tirol
Municipality: Navis

Very nice classic route at Navis, well attended. Highly popular splitboard / backcountry area offers often fine powder.

Tour Data
Help? SAC-Level?
Difficulty SAC: WS
Summit altitude: 2.536m
Start altitude: 1.396m
Vertical height: 1.140m
Walking time h:min: 3:00
Exposition: Northwest,
Best season: Deep winter
How to get there:

Inntal motorway A12 to the A13 Brenner motorway, exit Matrei. Here we follow the signs to Navis. Always on the main road through a couple of villages to the center of Navis (near Kirchenwirt). At the village square we turn left into a narrow street, and shortly thereafter left the parking lot for the bobsleigh for Naviser Hütte.

Route description
Starting point:

Parking toboggan run Naviser Hütte


For beginners it is along the toboggan run up to the Naviser Hütte. We shorten the elongated sweeping off, as we ascend to the mostly groomed forest in beautiful grounds. Dia as we move on "splitboard skins" (ski skins) quietly to allow the dear the necessary winter dormancy. Immediately after the Naviser Hütte we hike left on a slope to the already visible Stoeckl Alm 1882m. Once here, we keep right and go forward to a prominent spine. "Kick-turning" we reach the ridge, enjoy the view and march on. When we have climbed the first spine the summit of Navis Kreuzjöchel is already visible. With the splitboards or backcountry skis, we reach the summit of Naviser Kreuzjöchel at 2,536 m.


As ascent, or we keep heading north and ride beautiful splitboard / backcountry terrain down to the Klammalm 1947m. We have to overcome about 20 minutes sliding track and get to Peeralm. From here we can follow a ski slope, a toboggan run or free splitboard / ski area (but then, crossing the brook gorge at the small bridge) go straight to the parking lot.

Ascent route map (show/hide)

Gastronomy recommendation:

Stöcklalm 1882m or  Peer Alm 1636m (North descent)

Accommodation recommendation:

Peer Alm 1636m offers basic rooms for good value (25€ person/night).


  • 2. May 2012 - 14:06 Log in or sign up to post comments.
    Kind of Tour: SplitboardSchneeschuhe & Board
    Avalanche Warning Level: 3
    Risk potential: Mittel, da wir den Weg nicht kannten und es doch eine allgemeine Wahrnstufe von 3 hatte. Besser ist es, sich bei erheblicher Lawinengefahr in bekanntem Gelände zu bewegen
    Comment / Trip report:

    Es war ein sonniger Tag, bisher waren noch nicht so viele Leute auf dem Naviser Kreuzjöchl unterwegs. Oben angekommen schauten wir uns das unverspurte Gelände Richtung Nord an und haben uns auch gleich für diese uns damals unbekannte Route entschieden. Die Karte raus, geschaut wo es langgeht, kritische Hangpartien betrachtet und los ging es.

    Coole Abfahrt, doch die 20 Minuten unbekannter Ziehweg vor der Peer Alm haben uns an diesem Tag wenig Freude bereitet. Wir wußten ja nicht wie lang der Zieweg ist. Im Nachhinein war es doch super, jetzt kennen wir den Weg und wissen, das sich 20 Minuten zu Fuß bei der Abfahrt doch lohnen.