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  • St. Anton in ‘Firn’ Mode For Spring

    St Anton am Arlberg has long been synonymous with sun skiing as, when conditions are right, Spring skiers and boarders can glide almost weightlessly over the extremely thin "firn" layer in the morning, hit the sundeck for lunch, then later relaxing in the swimming pool or in the big sauna area of the Arlberg, or just wandering around the village. Full Article

    17th August 2012

  • Ski and golf in St Anton

    Winter sportsmen and golf enthusiasts will meet for the Arlberg ski and golf Challenge for the eleventh time on April 28/29th. St. Anton am Arlberg traditionally celebrates the end of the ski season and the start of the golf season with this event. Full Article

    17th August 2012

  • Mel C to star at Ischgl

    Melanie C is to star in Ischgl's season-closing Top of the Mountain concert next weekend, April 29th. Ischgl is delighted to sign up the former Spice Girl as a big name replacement for the less internationally well known Italian star Zucchero, who had to withdraw for personal reasons. Full Article

    17th August 2012

  • World Pyro Award and glacier waterslide contest at Solden

    Austria's Solden ski area is in full-on party mode for the last few weeks of April with the World Pyro Award on Friday followed by the Glacier waterslide contest on Sunday. Full Article

    17th August 2012

  • St. Anton adds Ladies Powder Weeks in January

    After the success of the initial Ladies Week, St. Anton am Arlberg will dedicate more weeks in January 2008 to the "Ladies Powder Weeks". Full Article

    17th August 2012

  • New Ischgl Fimbabahn will have heated seats

    This summer, Ischgl's Silvrettaseilbahn lift company is replacing the existing six-seater Fimbabahn cable car with a new eight-seater cable car with heated seats. Full Article

    17th August 2012

  • Kitzbuhel with a new 8-seater

    Work has begun on what the lift company describe as a “long standing dream” at Kitzbuhel, replacing two old double chairs with one new state-of-the-art eight seater chair complete with pull-down weather protection hood. Full Article

    17th August 2012

  • Kitzbuhel’s Ski Safari reaches 100% snow making cover

    New lifts in recent years have meant that Kitzbuhel's famous ski safari route can now be skied in either direction. For next season the famous Tyrolean resort has announced that the route will have complete snowmaking cover from start to finish. Full Article

    17th August 2012

  • Zillertal Arena announces improvements for 07-08

    The resorts of the lift-linked Zillertal Arena have announced a number of upgrades for visitors this winter. Full Article

    17th August 2012

  • Rihanna to play Ischgl season opener

    Sexy singer Rihanna is to star in the legendary season opening concert in the glamorous ski resort of Ischgl, in the Austrian Tirol. Full Article

    17th August 2012

  • Galtür becomes Silvapark

    The ski area at the Tirolean village of Galtür is renaming itself Silvapark from the start of the coming season. Along with the re-branding will come a unique presentation of the resort that highlights how much the mountain has to offer every level of skier. Full Article

    17th August 2012

  • Kitzbuehel’s earliest ever opening

    Kitzbuehel opened last Friday, November 2nd, the earliest opening in the resort's history and six weeks earlier than planned. Full Article

    17th August 2012

  • New gondola lift in the Pitztal

    Austrian glacier ski area Pitztal is already several months in to its 2007-8 season. The area's newly built 8-seater Mittelberg gondola lift in the Pitztal is 2,400 m long and replaces the Mittelbergjoch l drag lift. Full Article

    17th August 2012

  • Long awaited Westendorf ski link to SkiWelt in progress

    A new 4.5km (three mile) long ski run links Westendorf to the rest of the SkiWelt this winter, and as of next winter (08-09) a new eight passenger gondola will make the return trip. The new "SkiWelt - Kitzbühel Alps" lift on the Westendorf Choralpe means Westendorf will at last be completely integrated into the SkiWelt. Full Article

    17th August 2012

  • Kitzbühel emphasises slalom significance for 68th and future Hahnenkamm races

    After last year's high profile cancellation of the downhill at the famous Hahnenkamm race at Kitzbuhel, the organizers of this year's event are heightening anticipation for the slalom race, which the resort did stage successfully last winter. This year's 68th running of the Hahnenkamm this weekend looks set to go ahead without any snow problems. Full Article

    17th August 2012

  • Elton John and Stereophonics to play Ischgl

    Sir Elton John will perform the season closing Top Of The Mountain concert in Ischgl on Saturday 3rd May. It will be Sir Elton's second appearance at Ischgl – he was the first star to feature in the Tirolean resort's now famous season closing concerts, back in 1995 when his grand piano was flown in beneath a helicopter. Full Article

    17th August 2012

  • Stereophonics “Have A Nice Day” in Ischgl

    UK band Stereophonics had a nice day in Ischgl - playing to a crowd of 20,000 skiers and boarders at 2320m in a mountain top arena. The chart-topping band (whose hits include Have A Nice Day) played as the snowclouds gathered to ensure great conditions for the remainder of the season - Ischgl's slopes stay open until Sunday 4 May. Full Article

    17th August 2012

  • Stubai Glacier Announces It Will Stay Open To July

    Austria's Stubai Glacier has announced that due to what it describes as "fantastic snow conditions," it plans to keep the lifts running and the trails groomed for boarders and skiers until at least July. Full Article

    17th August 2012

  • Kitzbuhel Alps Pass Available From Day One Next Season

    The Kitzbuhel Alps lift ticket, previously only available for six days or longer, will be available for any duration from a day or longer next winter. Full Article

    17th August 2012

  • Fresh Snow In The Alps This July

    The Stubai Glacier in Austria has reported 10cm (four inches) of fresh snow today (Monday July 14th) topping up base depths of 120cm on the ski slopes. Skiinfo's Snowfinder service is currently predicting another 48cm (19 inches) of powder by Saturday with temperatures hovering between -2 and -10 degrees Celcius. Full Article

    17th August 2012

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