Austrian Glacier

After a great camp in New Zealand we are off to Austria, where we ski a glacier deep in the mountains of the Alps known as Hintertux. It is some of the most consistently challenging skiing conditions we will face, with glacier ice and snow preparing us for our World Cup Season. Hintertux is a small town at the base of two connecting mountain passes. At the point those passes meet there is a series of gondolas that will take you over three thousand feet up. Where the training altitude is for snow. Its quite the adventure in a small town in Austria.

To explain the surroundings is near impossible, because of the sheer majesty and beauty contained in such an old area of the world.


About Kurka

World cup mono skier and X Games Mono-Cross competitor. Announcer, and all around Adaptive Adventurer!! I blog for anyone who would like too see my skills and follow along on my Adventure of life! As well as to keep my sponsors updated on my recent activity.
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