has made an elegant start to the summer, and is now overflowing with the fresh spirit and all the fun and action of summer - on the mountain and down in the valley.
The more energetic can choose between the new interactive themed walking trails, the Golf Festival and a slalom through the street cafés. For those who prefer to do their mountain-climbing sitting down and admire the meadows with all their flowers the easy way, the red gondolas of the Hahnenkamm cable car are now operating again to carry walkers and the more leisurely inclined up to the top for a beautiful walk or simply to enjoy the spectacular views and the Tyrolean specialities in the mountain inn.
Stubai Glacier, Inssbruck
Total snow depth: 230 cm
Fresh snow: 0 cm
Snow depth - mountain: 230 cm
snow depth - valley: 0 cm
Snow quality: Powder snow
Open are: (Details)
5 of 24 lifts
3 of 26 slopes
9 kilometres of slope
Ski run up to Top terminal Gamsgarten, 2.600m
First ride starts at: 08:00
Closing time of the cable lifts: 16.00
The summer ski - snowbaord area at 3,000 m,has 130 hectares, 20 km of pistes,750 m of vertical drop. The park (750 m by 250 m) is the place to hang, with bumps, rails and jumps. The glacier is accessible to pedestrians, who can visit the Ice Grotto and see the glacier and surrounding peaks
Grande Casse, Grande Sassiere, Mont Pourri, the Mont Blanc range.
Tignes - Val d Isere
Catedral Hill welcomes the 2006 winter season with lots of surprises and news for skiers and snowboarders to enjoy an extensive area covered with a blanket of excellent snow, and the better-equipped ski resort in South America. Newly-incorporated lift systems in the South Area access new runs and trails that meander through bushy lenga forests for you to broaden the countless sensations you will be able to experience within an unparalleled mixture of landscapes. Only 10 minutes and a season pass to access the whole mountain is what you need to reach the highest point of Catedral Hill, either taking the South Way (using Amancay Cablecar) or the North Way (using Séxtuple Chairlift). You will be at 2,000 meters above sea level, where you can enjoy one of the most impressive views of the Andes Mountain Range and the Patagonian lakes. The exciting choice of off-piste skiing.
More info contact Ski Patagonia