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Book tips for ski touring in South Tyrol

Untouched snow, quietness, loneliness, adventure... Ski touring is getting more and more popular, also in South Tyrol.

No wonder! Off the groomed slopes experienced skiers enjoy perfect days and happiness. Arrived on the summit you share tea and chocolate with your friends, you see a wonderful panorama and you’re looking forward to ski the powder down.

To assure that your next ski tour will be successful you should take a look at the weather forecast and the avalanche information the day before. To know where to go, consult some ski touring guides. They are in German language but anyway: the most important information you will understand for sure!

Recommended books and ski touring guides

Here you find some recommended books and guides for ski touring in South Tyrol. The large part of them is available in German and Italian and can be bought in good book trades or via online shop Amazon.

  • „Pustertal: Tauferer Tal - Ahrntal - Villgraten - Dolomiten. 50 Skitouren.“ Rudolf und Siegrun Weiss. 2nd edition 2007. Publisher Rother.
  • „Vinschgau. Mit Passeiertal, Sarntal, Ultental und Fornokessel.“ Rudolf und Siegrun Weiss. 1st edition 2005. Publisher Rother.
  • „Brenner-Region. Skiführer: Innsbruck, Stubai, Wipptal, Sterzing. 50 Skitouren in Nord- und Südtirol.“ Rudolf und Siegrun Weiss. 2nd edition 2007. Publisher Rother.
  • „Dolomiten. Grödner Tal - Gadertal - Sexten - Cortina d'Ampezzo - Fleimstal: 50 Skitouren.“ Stefan Herbke. 2nd edition 2009. Publisher Rother.
  • „Skitouren in Südtirol: Die schönsten Ziele zwischen Ortler und Drei Zinnen.“ Ulrich Kössler. 1st edition 2005. Publisher Blv.
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