3 skiers an the way down
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Ski and snowboard tours

Using climbing skins, experiencing the wintry mountains  under your own power - this is how skiing began - long before our mountains were made accessible by lifts. In recent years this original form of getting about has experienced an unforeseen boom in our mountains. We want to show that ski mountaineering, despite becoming a mass movement, can still be practised in a very environmentally friendly way if a few rules are followed. In our local ski tour projects we are working with our partners to try to delineate conservation areas for the most important protected sites and species and to develop measures to improve the availability of ski tours.

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hellblau dunkelblaue Schräge mit Skifahricons zur optischen Gestaltung.
Picture of three ski tourers on their way up.
Picture of three ski tourers on their way up.
Black Grouse during dawn
Black Grouse during dawn
Two skiers on their way down.
Two skiers on their way down.
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Übergang von Dunkelblau auf Grau.

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Contact:

 

Dieter Stöhr

Province of Tyrol Section Forestry

Bürgerstr. 36, 6020 Innsbruck

info@bergwelt-miteinander.at

Tel.: +43 512 508 4501

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