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Of piste / touring: Hinterglemm to Kiztbuhel

 Poster: A snowHead
Poster: A snowHead
I'm in Austria in Jan and fancy skiing from Hinterglemm (Lindlingalm to be precise) to Kitz. Has anyone done it, does anyone have any advice? I'm assuming it can be done in a day, but can't find any info on it... Even if you have walked it in the summer I'd be interested. Thanks
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 Obviously A snowHead isn't a real person
Obviously A snowHead isn't a real person
Took me half a day to ski from front end of Saalbach to the end of the valley at Hinterglemm and that is just on groomed piste with chairlifts all the way. Think it took me over two hours just to drive the 4x4 from Zell am See but distance wise it is a good short cut going over the mountains. Never done any off piste touring myself.

Look like a good route to try because if one isn't making a sufficient progress one can always drop into Jochberg which should be fully linked with Kitz this Winter.
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