Municipality: Fiss
 

Early season tour with ascent via hiking trails and descent via the ski slopes. Wind-protected, because mainly situated in the forest and with a large summit cross as an eye-catcher at the tour goal.

Splitboard Skitour - Frommes-Kreuz from Fiss
Difficulty SAC: L
 
Summit altitude: 2.241m
 
Start altitude: 1.470m
 
Vertical height: 770m
 
Walking time h:min: 2:15
 
Exposition: East,Southeast
 
Best season: All winter
How to get there:

From the Arlberg to Landeck. Follow the road to Oberinntal (direction Reschenpass) until Ried and follow the signs to Fiss. Alternatively coming from Innsbruck to Zams and then following the tunnel towards Reschenpass also to Ried.

Route description
Starting point:

Parking is available in the village. The parking areas of the Fiss mountain lifts are officially only open to lift customers...
We start at the beginning of the pistes in order to quickly reach the forest paths.

Fiss can also be reached by postbus from Landeck.

Ascent:

Follow the blue piste until you reach the children's ski school (many "magic carpets"). From there, a marked trail with a tour information board branches off. Follow this path for about 2km, gently ascending until a steeper path bends left into the forest. Usually there is also a clear track here. The trail now continues in a relatively direct line up the forest up to about 1750m and another longer, flat traverse to the right follows. This leads back to the red piste (Frommes run).

Follow the ski slope uphill for a short while and then leave it again to the right. Either at the peak of the big curve (1920m) or at a small bridge above the curve (1960m) to ascend over pastures in zigzag to the summit (large cross).

Descent:

From the cross you traverse on the ridge in the direction of Schönjöchl, but after about 700m you descend to the left to the slope. Descent via the piste back to the starting point.

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