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As long as the Oberalp Pass is still closed to car traffic, we take the first train to the top of the pass. At the end of April at the beginning of May, we can even be at the starting point earlier by car. At the lighthouse it starts right away and we are certainly not the only ones on the way in the lower part. As soon as we reach the small valley of Puoza, we leave the much-travelled ascent track to the Pazolastock. We now follow the Mulde in a westerly direction, where we rarely meet other ski tourers. The terrain is clear, we look for the best route in the hilly terrain and already imagine where we will leave our tracks in the still untouched snow. The anticipation is growing. Arriving at the signpost of the Pazolalücke, we are rewarded with an impressive deep view of Andermatt. However, we do not stay long, because for the Znüni-Kafi we want to go to the restaurant at the top of the pass.
The descent along the ascent track? Short but chocolate.
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