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Zell am See-Kaprun – ski – snowboard – funpark – ski area

Zell am See-Kaprun – ski – snowboard – funpark – ski area

Zell am See – Absolute Winter Sports & Après Ski! Zell am See is the tourist centre and the district capital of Pinzgau. Surrounded by powerful 3,000 m peaks and gentle hills alike, the city is idyllically located on a peninsula between the Zeller See and Schmittenhöhe, just 75 km from Salzburg and approximately 150 …

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Silvretta Arena Ischgl – ski – snowboard – funpark – ski area

Silvretta Arena Ischgl – ski – snowboard – funpark – ski area

Ischgl – Both brilliant and crazy, that’s Ischgl! The two-country ski carousel Ischgl-Samnaun is one of the most incredible and snow-secure ski areas of the central Alps. The ultra-modern gondolas begin directly in the resort. With the Silvretta lift pass, you’ll have access to a unique ski experience with a total of 320 km of …

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Team Shuster Trolls Kirstie Alley for Calling Curling Boring // The Snow Report Olympics (Feb 23)

hey everybody its Hallie O’Brien and welcome to the snow report presented by ski magazine today is Friday February 23rd and the entire world is pissed off at Kirstie Alley because she thinks curling is boring and the rest of us don’t us curlers cleft back after Kirstie Alley calls their sport boring this is …

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Skier en hors-piste – Quelques conseils de pro | Val d’Isère

Skier en hors-piste – Quelques conseils de pro | Val d’Isère

Hi everyone! We are in Val d’Isère. I am with Laurent Valbert who’s a meteorologist and snow expert, and today, he will tell us about his job. Météo France (French Forecast) is in charge of editing the avalanche risk review for the overall Savoie mountains, including Tarentaise. Therefore, we are always in touch with the …

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Großglockner-Heiligenblut – ski – snowboard – funpark – ski area

Großglockner-Heiligenblut – ski – snowboard – funpark – ski area

Ski area Großglockner-Heiligenblut With the lift pass “Großglockner” you will find 55 kilometres of snow-sure and very empty pistes, as well as 12 lift systems available, located between 1,300 and 2,900 metres altitude. The area is situated on the Sothern side of the Alpine crest, right in the national park “Hohe Tauern”. From the North …