Magnificent, backcountry above the tree line, further down we hike easily through the forest. It is one of the most popular splitboard / skitour in Ratschings Valley. Nevertheless, there you often find good powder.

Tour Data
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Difficulty SAC: L
Summit altitude: 2.331m
Start altitude: 1.400m
Vertical height: 931m
Walking time h:min: 2:30
Exposition: North,
Best season: All winter
How to get there:

Brenner highway to Sterzing, than following the signs to Ridnauntal up to Stange. Here we drive left to the Raschingstal and almost to the village Flading.

Route description
Starting point:

Right on the road just before the village Flading there are a few small free parking lots.


From the road branches off to the east a shallow forest from which we follow to the first bend. Over a small forest glade we hike throug the light forest up to the Kaserlichtalm. From here head south again through a short wooded area to the outer Wumbsalm and moderately steep up to the crest of the wide Kar,  which we cope with the last few turns. At the top we can walk to the right up a steep ridge to the summit of Fleckner or we walk to the left reaching a flatter hill almost as a prospective as the Fleckner .


We have plenty of good runs in the splitboard / backcountry area at the Fleckner. Before entering the forest we get back to the uphill slope to get easily back to the car.

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  • Alt
    4. April 2012 - 22:05 Log in or register to post comments
    Group Size: Trio
    Kind of Tour: Schneeschuhe & Board
    Avalanche Warning Level: 2
    Risk potential: gering bei durchdachter Spuranlage
    Comment / Trip report:

    Ein Bilderbuchtag, für die Beliebtheit der Tour eher wenige Leute und noch überraschend viel unverspurter Freiraum.

    • Alt
      2. June 2012 - 10:33 Log in or register to post comments
      Comment / Trip report:

      Das ist wirklich klasse, wenn man sich nach drei Jahren immernoch an eine dieser schönen Touren erinnert. Kennst Du die Gratwanderei zur Kreuzspitze?