SKI TOUR Liebener Spitze 3400m


1 day



1-4 Persons

Long, fantastic high tour on a classic in the Gurgler Kamm. The upper section with the small Hängeferner on the right side is particularly beautiful, as is the racy final ascent over a very steep intermediate slope, where you change to the right side arm of the Gaisbergferner. Fantastic panoramic views from the exposed border summit to the other numerous three-thousand-metre peaks in the Ötztal Alps.

If we use both sections of the Hohe Mut Bahn, we save a good 450m of ascent and start the day with a 200m descent.

TIP 2:
The Liebener Spitze (west peak) can also be climbed through the Rotmoostal and via the Rotmoosferner, although there you have to ascend quite steeply on foot at the end. The transition over the narrow firn edge to the main summit (east summit) is a pleasure for sure-footed ski tourers on the rope of the mountain guide. It is a great traverse. (For the traverse max. 2 TN per mountain guide).

Walking time:
Obergurgl - summit: approx. 5h
Hohe Mut mountain station - summit: approx. 3.5h - 4h

Altitude difference:
Obergurgl - summit: 1500 hm
Hohe Mut mountain station - summit: 1000 hm


  • Booking date Tu, 1. nov. 2022 - Wed, 30. may 2029 € 180.-

Bookable daily on request from the beginning of December until mid-May

4 participants - €180/person
3 participants - €224/person
2 participants - €310/person
1 participant - €570/person

Included services:
Supervision and guidance by state-certified mountain guide/ski guide

Additional costs:
Climbing harness: €5
Crampons: €5
possibly lift costs
Poss. parking fees
Poss. rental equipment (touring equipment,...)


Equipment list ski tour:

Technical equipment

  • Touring skis with touring bindings *
  • Ski poles (adjustable in length) *
  • Touring ski boots (with treaded sole) *
  • Adhesive skins *
  • Crampons *
  • Backpack (approx. 30-45 litres, with ski attachment)
  • Ski helmet
  • Crampons ***
  • Climbing harness with carabiner ***
  • Ice axe ***

Emergency equipment

  • Avalanche transceiver **
  • Avalanche shovel **
  • Avalanche probe **
  • Bivouac sack**
  • First aid kit (incl. emergency blanket, blister plaster!)


  • Thermos bottle (min. 1-1.5 litres)
  • Tour food (depending on preference - e.g. muesli/fruit bars, dried fruit, nuts, chocolate)


  • Functional underwear
  • Pullover/jacket (fleece, softshell, wool)
  • Softshell jacket
  • possibly light down jacket/gilet
  • Anorak (waterproof/windproof)
  • Ski touring trousers (softshell, Gore, ...)
  • Hat
  • Thinner gloves (... for the ascent)
  • warm gloves (... for the descent)
  • Ski goggles
  • Sun protection (cap, bandana, ...)
  • Sunglasses
  • Sunscreen
  • Lip protection

For overnight stays in huts:

  • Hut sleeping bag
  • Toiletries
  • Charging cable, power bank
  • earplugs
  • possibly hut shoes
  • AV ID card if available
  • Cash

* can be hired in sports shops for a fee
** can be rented free of charge at the Alpincenter
*** can be rented at the Alpincenter for a fee