Ski touring in Fieberbrunn

Ski tours have their own magic. Away from the slopes, hide everyday life in the snowy landscape and go your own way. In Fieberbrunn and in the PillerseeTal, beginners as well as experienced ski tourers get their money's worth on easy off-road tours or more challenging tours. Anyone who is not entirely sure on their own will benefit from the specialist knowledge of trained and certified guides.




As beautiful as these impressions are, caution is advised when ski touring in open terrain. Avalanche danger and weather report should therefore always be clarified beforehand. Please inform yourself in advance about the current avalanche situation and weather forecasts.

Further information on the subject of ski tours, ski schools, recommendations for piste skiers and tips for proper behavior in nature, you can also find on the website of the TVB PillerseeTal, among others.



To make the ascent a little easier for you, the Fieberbrunn mountain railways offer two touring cards for the following lifts:

  • Touring card small: Lifts F1 Streuböden + F2 Lärchfilzkogel € 28,00
  • Touring card large: Lifts F1 Streuböden, F2 Lärchfilzkogel, E1+E2 Reckmoos Nord I+II + E3 Hochhörndl 4er € 32,00

These tickets are valid 2h after the first crossing of the turnstile! 


Find here more information about slope ski touring at Bergbahnen Fieberbrunn.



In order to enjoy a ski tour in Fieberbrunn and the PillerseeTal with all its features, the selection of the right equipment is particularly important. Safety and functionality should always be in the foreground. If you are planning a ski tour in open terrain, you should also know about the danger of avalanches. Therefore, carry a functioning LSV device, an avalanche shovel and probe, and a first aid kit at all times.

Check List Equipment 

  • Functional touring clothes
  • Touring skis
  • Climbing skins
  • Telescopic ski poles
  • First aid kit
  • Bivy backpack
  • possibly crampons
  • Ski helmet for the downhil
  • ski goggles, sunglasses for ascent
  • Backpack with snack and sufficient liquid
  • Fully charged cell phone with stored emergency numbers
  • Map, altimeter, compass, possibly GPS device
  • Avalanche transceiver
  • Avalanche shovel and probe
  • possibly. ABS avalanche airbag