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Glacier Day

Glacier Day at Pitztal Glacier

Glacier Day - A real Adventure for Everyone

In Summer, the Glacier Days are guided by a professional mountain expert from Pitztal every Wednesday and Saturday (fee: EUR 7.00 per person). Meeting point at the sun terrace of Weitblick Lounge. Sturdy hiking boots and sun protection/sunscreen are an absolute must. The hike takes place in good weather only. Walking time: approx. 3 hours

Our certified mountain guide takes you right to the heart of Pitztal's glacier world. On a memorable loop walking tour, leading past "natural sculptures", you get to know more about the glacier ice and how it shaped the valley. The route travels through glacial mills, glacier snouts, glacial polish areas and bizarre rock formations.
 

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Pitztal Glacier Footpath - Taschach Glacier
Pitztal Glacier Footpath - Taschach Glacier
Hiking at Pitztal Glacier
Hiking at Pitztal Glacier
Pitztal Glacier
Pitztal Glacier
Interesting Rock Formations at Pitztal Glacier
Interesting Rock Formations at Pitztal Glacier

Dates:

Wednesday and Saturday

Wednesday: 20.07.2022 until 12.10.2022
Saturday: 16.07.2022 until 11.09.2022

 

 

Meeting Point:

Sun terrace of Weitblick Lounge

Wednesday // 10.15 am or 1.15 pm

Saturday // 10.15 am

 

Hiking Equipment:

Sturdy hiking boots, long trousers, windbreaker, cap, gloves, sun glasses, sunscreen

 

Advance Booking:

Advance booking is binding! Bookings accepted until 5.00 pm the day before at the latest.
Pitztal Tourist Board
T: +43 (0) 5414 86999
or
Pitztal Mountain Guide Office in Mandarfen
T: +43 (0) 5413 20366

 

Costs:

Fee: EUR 7.00 per person
(Gletscherexpress uphill and downhill rides have to be paid separately; free of charge for Glacier Park Card and Pitztal Summer Card holders)

Aerial View of Gletscherexpress Top Station
Aerial View of Gletscherexpress Top Station
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