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B5 - Katzenloch (classic)

B5 - Katzenloch (classic)

Overview

Starting point: Leutasch - Moos
Finishing point: Moos Leutasch
Ascent67 m
Highest point1,260 m
Route distance5.0 km
Level of difficultymedium
Conditionopen

Elevation profile

 

Access to the ski track:
C6, C10

Connected tracks:
A5 | C10
An overview of the entire cross-country skiing network (incl. trail status) and helpful cross-country skiing information (ticket machines, waxing and service points, changing facilities, ...) can be found in the cross-country skiing report.

Track characteristics:
The trail begins with a steep, strenuous but highly rewarding ascent over the Mundeknie. The next part of the route through the woods to the Buchener Höhe and past 2 impressive tree houses to the Ropferstub’m inn is easy going and wonderfully scenic. After the Ropferstub’m there follows a second short uphill section after which you can enjoy a gentle downhill run back to Moos car park. The trail offers a scenically attractive route along the foot of the Hohe Munde mountain between Buchen and Moos. And as a reward for all your effort you can savour the breathtaking panoramic view down into the Inn Valley and across to the majestic surrounding mountains.

Information:
Classic-style only for experienced skiers.

Refreshment stop:
inn Ropferstub'm

Emergency call:
Tel.: 140

snow report: Today - 25.01.2022

Sunny
-8° / 6° C

Dry and sunny throughout the day with hardly any clouds.

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Schnee

63 cm
on the slope 52 cm

Mountain lift facilities

7 out of 14 in operation

Alpine ski slopes

6 out of 9 open

Cross-country ski tracks

33 out of 38 open

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