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When skis learned how to walk

The first ski hikers traversing the Seefeld plateau were considered a curiosity, as well as a little crazy. Today, it’s almost impossible to think of Seefeld without cross-country skiers. It’s hard to imagine a picture of the snow-covered Seefeld plateau without cross-country skiers. In the …

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Hohe Munde – When the mountain is calling

The Hohe Munde might be the most beautiful mountain of the Olympiaregion Seefeld. You can spot and admire it from afar and (almost) all directions. Wherever you are, it always looks a little different – sometimes more gentle, at others rugged, but always impressive. The …

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The Mountains his Companion – Heinz Zak

Heinz Zak is one of the best-known extreme climbers in Austria. Alongside his fascination with climbing, he is also passionate about photography and is a slacklining pioneer. Despite his countless mountain adventures in all parts of the globe, Heinz Zak always treasures the return to …

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A combiner with a bite – David Pommer

The young Tyrolean David Pommer is ready for the first home World Cup event of the season with two top 10 places already in his pocket. His next goal: a place on the podium. His motivation: the FIS Nordic Ski World Championships 2019 in Seefeld. …

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A Hideaway for a Ski Star – Fritz Dopfer

Fritz Dopfer took a break from his training and preparations for the opening race of the ski season in Sölden and made a quick visit to the Olympiaregion Seefeld. This charismatic young man with clear goals obviously treasures his Leutasch hideaway as well as the …

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