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» Gay Snowhappening Sölden 12.04.2006 » Samba do Brazil The Glacier Ski Areas are easily accessible by bus or car, following the highest » Panorama Road within the entire Eastern Alps. (Length: 14 km from Sölden to the Glacier). Both Glaciers are connected to each other by the scenic, 1,7 km long "Rosi Mittermeier Road Tunnel". Skiers can take advantage of the oustanding Ski Tunnel, situated at 3.240 m above sea level, that guarantees a quick and easy change from Rettenbach Glacier to Tiefenbach Glacier.
State-of-the-art ski lifts and gondolas with an average capacity of 20.000 persons per hour and 38 km of immaculate ski runs ensure perfect skiing holidays, especially in autumn and early winter Solden

Alpine Ski World Cup venue and one of Europe's moste renowned Ski & Snowboard Resorts. The infinite number of slopes and ski trails for all levels and abilities coupled with the perfect grooming of not less than 150 km of slopes make Sölden a truly unique winter sports center. State-of-the-art ski lifts and gondolas with a total capacity of 68,000 persons/hour guarantee ultimate skiing fun without queuing.
63 km red ski trails, 53 km blue ski trails, 28 km black ski trails & 6 km ski routes provide ultimate skiing fun for both beginners and advanced skiers at Giggijoch, as well as for expert racers at Gaislachkogl. In addition, Gaislachkogl peak (3,058 m) is a truly outstanding insider's tip for lovers of off-piste skiing. From November trough May thanks to the ski area's high-Alpine location (1,350 - 3,250 m), 2 glacier ski areas at Rettenbach & Tiefenbach, snow making systems covering all slopes lower than 2,200 m.

Coronet Peak _ NZ
Monday, March 6 2006: New Zealand's premier ski areas 2006 Early Bird Season Passes Sale is now in its last days and whilst the recent cooler weather and snow dustings visible on The Remarkables has helped Queenstown snowsport enthusiasts turn their thoughts to winter, those who haven't finalized their purchase will need to hurry as the sale draws to a close Midnight Thursday 9 March

Coronet Peak & The Remarkables snowsports schools are now taking applications for winter 2006, so if snowsports is your passion and you want to channel this into a career, then now is a great time to consider the Queenstown Snowsports 2006 Instructor Training Programme.
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NZ ski Coronet Peak


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