The Karnische Kamm mountain ridge, spanning a length of 100 kilometres, provides a real potential for tours ranging from easy to really difficult and from overcrowded to adventurous. With the Spitzköfele, situated in the shaded side of Obertilliach there is a somewhat more leisurely and altogether more doable ski tour for beginners too, where some summiteering with a superb panoramic view can also be guaranteed. Starting point is Goller Säge, two kilometres east of Obertilliach in the parish of Bergen. Start is a little bridge to the rear of the sawmill (note the route signposts). From there the track is short initially, proceeding via a hiking trail which spans the border area, then to the left via the forest trail into Rollertal. After 1 - 1 ½ hours we get to the Rollertalalm, where the terrain becomes lighter and open. The goods route climbs to some 2000 m, where the ski track them branches off in an easterly direction. Via a somewhat steeper slope, which is interspersed with shrubbery, we then get to the summit ridge of the Spitzköfele via lovely trough terrain. This may also be followed on skis when the conditions are favourable, up to the highest point (cross). Three to four hours in total by car. Descent along the ascent track.
Additional ski tour tips can be obtained in the ski tour guides by Thomas Mariacher. These are available here: www.grafikzloebl.at/verlag/buecher/