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4h - approximately 8km
Climb: From the parking lot, head S to traverse the Wannatobel stream to reach the foot of the slopes of the Grossalp high mountain pasture. Go up its slopes (to the SW) by initially traversing an area of shrubs (more unrelenting slopes at the beginning, becoming gentler around 2000m). Continue in this direction until 2200m, around this altitude you pass a talus which is well marked on the map (CNS 1234 - Vals). Go diagonally to the W while following a type of broad crest bordered on the right (N) by the line of the talus and which emerges at the summit of Strätscherhorn (2557m). Continue to the W by a short descent of about sixty meters then via broad gentle slopes (which become steeper at the end) as far as the central summit of Tomülgrat (2738m).
Descent: head ENE until a broad flat area 2500m approximately to the W of Strätscherhorn (you can also ski to depression of the Wannatobel stream at elevation 2440 but that requires putting on your skins to climb about sixty meters to reach the broad flat area). Pull to N to take a small scoop which gives access to the NE face of Strätscherhorn which you descend completely. Then head diagonally to the E to reach the ascent route slopes on the orographical right bank of the Wannatobel stream.
Tomülgrat is a long crest of approximately two kilometres. You can aim for its N summit (2687m) or S summit (2647m). If you go for the S, for the descent it is better to follow the ascent route passing Strätscherhorn on the S. This option also is a descent variant for the central summit.