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Beautiful tour, which is also suitable for ski touring novices due to its length and technical requirements. Often already in early winter very good snow conditions.
From Litzirüti you walk in a southeasterly direction along the old path along the stream to the Eggelti and on to the village ji (1658 m above sea level), the first Walser settlement of St. Antönien, which today comprises three small buildings. At Dörfji you cross the stream and climb towards the legendary Schlangenstein, and then turn right at the end of the forest. Heading southwest, you reach the Jenazer Alp (Säss) at 1941m. From this shepherd's hut, the route goes south to point 2204. Over the ridge the summit of the Eggberg is reached. The descent into the Gafiental takes place in the area of the ascent track.
In excellent snow conditions, the descent towards Ascherina is worthwhile (pay attention to wildlife rest zones).
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Ski tours require good preparation (training / equipment, etc.) and can only be undertaken in favourable weather and avalanche situations.
St. Antönien Litzirüti (1460 m above sea level) - Engi - Dörfji - Schlangenstein (1739 m above sea level) - Jenazer Alp (Säss) - Eggberg (2201 m above sea level)
Take the A13 and the N28 to Küblis, then follow the Luzeinerstrasse to Pany / St. Antönien.
In St. Antönien all parking spaces are subject to a charge. In the parking lots you can pay with cash, Parkingpay app, Easy-Park or Twint. The last parking lot (P5) is located at St. Antönien Rüti.
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