Snow safe (use of ski slopes up to 2000m), quiet tour with medium long ascent. Depending on the conditions, descents from the summit between 30° and 40° are possible.

Splitboard Skitour - Nördlicher Daunkogel
Difficulty SAC: WS
Summit altitude: 3.076m
Start altitude: 1.756m
Vertical height: 1.273m
Walking time h:min: 3:30
Exposition: Nord-Ost,Ost,
Best season: Ganzer Winter
How to get there:

Coming from the A13 (toll) or B182 via the B183 to the rear of Stubaital. Parking is free of charge at the parking lot of the Stubaier Gletscherbahn.

Route description
Starting point:

Lower station Eisgrat I (Stubai glacier ski resort).


From the starting point, you go past the Mutterbergalm (1748m) to the end of the ski route 14, which you follow up to a height of approx. 2000m to the end of a small depression on the right and leave the ski route there on the right (picture 1 recognizable end of the depression)

The steep step underneath the Vorderer Daunkopf (Figure 1) uphill to the right and ascend into the bottom of the Glamergrube. After a few hundred meters, our ascent separates to the Hinterer Daunkopf, which leads left further on towards "Wilde Grube".

From here on I was completely alone, not a single track wide and far - a dream!

uhmmm - ok continue; o)

We follow the Glamergrube, first gently then pleasantly (20°) rising. In a left curve we first of all aim at the Mutterbergjoch (3012m) and from here we climb the northeast flank of the Daunkogel and reach the summit.


The downhill run takes place in good conditions in direct line from the summit - whereby it can be said that the more easterly the downhill run is the more demanding (see picture 3).

Keep right underneath the Vorderer Daunkopf towards the ski route, otherwise you have to push out a short distance.


Alpenvereinskarte 31/1 Stubaier Alpen Hochstubai 1 : 25 000 Topographische Karte

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