The burner region is one of the ski paradise of North and South Tyrol and its Bavarian and Italian neighbors. The area includes primarily the North Tyrol and the Tyrolean Wipp Valley and its many side valleys, ie the area between Matrei am Brenner and Sterzing in the north to the south. Tour lovers will certainly not be angry if additional important tour areas be included in the immediate vicinity of Innsbruck, especially the Stubai Valley. The burner region offers an extremely wide range magnificent ski touring on relatively small space. In addition a simple Getting there: From Innsbruck there are up to the burner 35 km, from the Brenner Pass to Sterzing even just 15 km - and that on a highway. Even those public transport is environment-friendly road, is served here well: Almost all starting points can be reached by train and bus. Rudolf Weiss and Siegrun describe in this guide the ski your immediate local mountains. As Innsbruck you know the burner region for decades as her hand "In selecting routes, the authors have taken care to provide appropriate tours for almost every taste and almost any situation:. Flat" Mugeln "to glaciated three-thousanders Exact. rise descriptions, Tour cards with registered Itineraries History and Tour Concise information about the valley villages and trailheads, height gain and walking times, requirements, avalanche hazard and slope orientation, favorable season, variants and Refreshments facilitate the selection and planning of tours as well as the orientation of the mountain. This ski guide also includes tips for safe and natural acceptable behavior when touring and on the travel options by train and bus. This band is the present gap between the also appeared in the blue series Rother ski guides "Sellrain and Kühtai" (in the West) and "Kitzbühel Alps, Tux and Zillertal Alps "closed (in the east). Details: 3rd edition 2012 144 pages with 106 color illustrations 50 Tour maps in 1: 50,000, an overview map in scale 1: 320,000 format 11.5 x 16.5 cm paperback with Polytex ISBN 978-3-7633-5913-4 Lamination "