Municipality: Leutasch

Simple, avlanche safe ski slope tour with excellent rest stop and spectacular views. Even at night without any problems.

Splitboard Skitour - Rauthhuette
Difficulty SAC: L
Summit altitude: 1.600m
Start altitude: 1.160m
Vertical height: 440m
Walking time h:min: 1:15
Exposition: East,
Best season: Deep winter
How to get there:

A12 Inntalautobahn to Telfs Ost, direction Mösern / Seefeld. In Baierbach left to Leutasch. Then left to Moos and signposted on the left to the parking lot Rauthhütte at the former base station of the abandoned lift. Coming from Germany head to Leutasch from Mittenwald and go on till Moos.

Route description
Starting point:

Parking at the former Munde lift (not free, a portion is paid in contemplation).


From the car park on the former ski slope, soon becoming steeper uphill until at about 1380m. Here following the slope to the right and now you have beautiful hilly terrain. Either continue on mostly groomed slopes or even better on the left edge of the wood directly towards the stunning Hohe Munde. You'll quickly get your goal in sight, the Rauthhütte.


Like ascent, on the mostly prepared strip of the former ski slope. Right and left there is enough space unprepared to try the first turns in deep snow (or other types of snow).

An ideal tour, to get friends closer to touring or with your family (toboggan). Or simply as a short fitness training.


Kompass Karte: Seefeld in Tirol, Leutasch: Wandern / Rad / Langlauf. 1:25.000
Kompass Karte: Wettersteingebirge - Zugspitzgebiet WK5. Wandern / Rad / Skitouren. 1: 50 000

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  • Avatar
    17. February 2015 - 22:29
    Date of Tour: 16. February 2015 - 0:00
    Kind of Tour: Splitboard
    Avalanche Warning Level: 2
    Risk potential: Rauthhütte keine - Munde siehe Bilder
    Comment / Trip report:

    Piste war gut und ging überall steinfrei, insgesamt aber wenig Schnee. Spassfaktor hängt von der Sonne ab.
    Munde mit ein paar Spuren, verblasen und wohl in der Abfahrt ausgelöstem Schneebrett. Bös wenn jemand drunter ist.