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Nov 13, 2020
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Covid-19 Policies in North American Ski Resorts While most of the lifts in the Alps are currently closed, the new ski season is starting in North America. But the winter 2020/21 will also look different in the USA and Canada. We have taken a closer look at the corona strategies of North... read more...
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Nov 2, 2020
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Lockdowns in Europe: Hotels and ski resorts are closing The pandemic continues to rapidly spread throughout Europe. As infection numbers have been rising sharply for weeks, Germany, Austria, France and Italy have decided on a second lockdown for November. Public life is once again being... read more...
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Oct 15, 2020
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Ischgl: These are the Corona rules for the winter season In the upcoming winter season, things will be different than before. To enable winter sports enthusiasts to pursue their favourite hobby despite the Coronavirus, ski resorts are currently working flat out to develop appropriate safety concepts.... read more...
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Sep 24, 2020
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Government bans Après-ski in Austria After many skiing areas have already developed corona measures for the next winter, there are now concrete guidelines from the Austrian government. At a press conference on Thursday, Federal Chancellor Kurz, Tourism Minister Köstinger and... read more...
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Sep 11, 2020
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Betterpark Hintertux: Highest Snowpark in Austria Record in Austria: The snowpark at the Hintertux Glacier is the highest in the alpine republic with an entrance at 3200 meters! It is also the first one to open at the beginning of September, attracting snowboarders and free skiers from all... read more...
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Aug 28, 2020
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Debate about Racism: New Name for Squaw Valley Ski Resort New name for one of the most legendary ski resorts in the USA: Squaw Valley will change its name from 2021. The reason for this is the word "squaw", which is considered a derogatory and insulting term for indigenous women and is already... read more...
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Jul 23, 2020
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Summer skiing on the Mölltal Glacier With the unexpected end of the season in March, some people had to cancel their skiing holidays this year. Those who still have some catching up to do or simply can't wait until next winter, can strap on their skis or snowboard in summer too.... read more...
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Jul 10, 2020
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Lockdown in Southern Australia: Two Ski Resorts close The Corona pandemic is not over. In the southern hemisphere is the number of cases still rising rapidly. While in South America it is not yet possible to think of opening up the ski areas, the south of Australia is also being hit by a... read more...
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Jul 7, 2020
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Zermatt: Sunny Slopes at the Summer Ski Resort Skiing all year round – a dream for all passionate winter sportsmen!   Zermatt   makes it possible, with the highest and largest summer ski resort in Europe. On Klein Matterhorn mountain, you can hit the slopes at all seasons. Along... read more...
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Jun 30, 2020
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Lots of fresh snow in the Andes: But ski resorts remain closed Fresh snow as far as the eye can see: Ski resorts in Argentina and Chile experienced a heavy onset of winter with up to 130 centimetres of fresh snow in the last few days. Perfect conditions for the start of the ski season in June. But in times... read more...
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Jun 22, 2020
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Second Attempt for New Mega Ski Resort in Switzerland Three become one: The three ski resorts of Engelberg-Titlis, Melchsee-Frutt and Meiringen-Hasliberg in Central Switzerland are planning to merge into one large ski resort. As a joint adventure region, the main aim is to boost winter tourism in... read more...
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Jun 10, 2020
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Copenhill: Skiing On a Danish Power Plant Open-air skiing all year round, and all that in the middle of a city? That has been made possible in Copenhagen. On the roof of a power plant, 'CopenHill' attracts keen skiers. Instead of (artificial) snow, the Danish capital banks on... read more...
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May 19, 2020
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Across the Border: Ski Resorts in two Countries Skiing in different countries on one day - that's possible! Many mountain ranges do not stop at the national border, so some ski resorts stretch across two nations. We have selected the best skiing areas for you for - in the truest sense of the... read more...
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May 4, 2020
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Despite Corona Crisis: Zermatt invest CHF 60 million Get out of shock and face the future with courage: the Zermatt Bergbahnen are sticking to their plans even in the current crisis and will invest 60 million Swiss francs in two new cable cars over the next two years. And this despite large losses... read more...
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Mar 16, 2020
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The coronavirus situation in US and Canadian ski resorts The increased spread of the coronavirus has put an abrupt end to the dream of many European skiing fans to explore North American ski resorts. Members of the European Union are no longer allowed to enter the United States. Several states in the... read more...
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Mar 13, 2020
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Coronavirus (COVID-19): Situation in the Ski Resorts On this page we keep you up to date about the effects of the coronavirus (COVID-19) on the situation in the ski resorts, about closed ski resorts and where you can find more information. >> Refresh Coronavirus (COVID-19) Live... read more...
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Mar 11, 2020
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Coronavirus: Ischgl closes ski resort Ischgl becomes the first Austrian ski resort to close its gates due to the coronavirus outbreak. Operation at the ski area will be suspended starting Saturday, March 14, 2020. Tyrol's state government announced the news on Wednesday evening.... read more...
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Mar 9, 2020
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Coronavirus in Italy: Ski resorts and hotels close The winter season in Italy will be ended early this year due to the increased spread of the coronavirus. Lombardy and 14 other North Italian provinces have already been cordoned off as high risk areas since Sunday and ski operations have been... read more...
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Feb 25, 2020
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Black Ibex: Austria's new steepest run at Kaunertal glacier Are you up to the challenge? The Kaunertal glacier in Tyrol just opened what is now the steepest groomed run in Austria. The Black Ibex has a gradient of 41.3 degrees which equals a slope of 87.85 percent. This is even steeper than the... read more...
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Jan 23, 2020
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Albula Skateline: Ice Skating through the Winter Forest Looking to enjoy winter and its snowy landscapes without having to hike? On Switzerland's first ice trail in the Albula valley, you can explore the wintry forest with skates on your feet. Whether by day or by night, on a romantic date or a... read more...
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Dec 19, 2019
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Klínovec completes €6 million improvements with new lift The Czech ski area of Klínovec continues its lift modernization with an investment of €6 million in a new chair lift and the improvement of snow-making facilities. We've put together all the new features in the Czech Republic's largest ski... read more...
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Nov 18, 2019
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Sensational: Ski for free in Austrian resort Hochzeiger Following last week's heavy snowfall, Tyrolean ski resort Hochzeiger  will open three of its slopes early. On November 23 and 24, skiers will have the opportunity to take advantage of the great weather conditions completely free of charge.... read more...
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Nov 17, 2019
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Skiers stuck at the Stubai Glacier – Sölden also inaccessible Continuing snowfalls on the mountain and heavy rain in the valley have caused serious trouble in the regions of Tyrol, Oberkärnten, South Tyrol and Salzburger Land. Fallen trees, avalanches, landslides and floods have made several valleys... read more...
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Nov 13, 2019
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'Snowvember' brings Alps up to 70 centimeters of snow Winter has officially arrived in the alpine ski resorts. The region has been getting snowfall for days, with up to 70 centimeters of fresh snow reported in the last 48 hours alone. 'Snowvember' is predicted to continue bringing snow to... read more...
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