Tuesday, January 4, 2011

FIS Freestyle Ski World Cup Moves to Tirol

The next FIS Freestyle Ski World Cup event will take place in St. Johann in Tirol (Austria) on Friday after FIS Skicross World Cup opening competition in Innichen/San Candido (ITA).
The "Pure adrenaline rush" race parcours in Oberndorf can be viewed from the start to the finishing line and thus provokes a pure adrenaline rush in all spectators and thus makes the St. Johann Skicross competition a top event. 4 skiers simultaneously rush down the inherently challenging route on their skis. Besides the natural challenges, the route on the Penzinhang slope becomes a special highlight through jumps, steep curves, wave tracks and tables.
The Holiday Region Kitzbüheler Alpen St. Johann in Tirol - Oberndorf - Kirchdorf - Erpfendorf offers 66 kilometers of first-class ski slopes for skiers and snowboarders of all abilities. Thanks to a web of 23 cable cars and lifts, waiting lines a thing of the past here. Thanks to the The Kitzbüheler Alps AllStarCard you may have access to an incredible 1,067 kilometers of slopes serviced by 350 ski lifts in 7 huge ski areas: Alpbachtal, Kitzbühel, Skicircus Saalbach Hinterglemm Leogang, Schneewinkel, SkiWelt Wilder Kaiser-Brixental, Hochtal Wildschönau and Zell am See-Kaprun.

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