This sloping annoyance is evergreen. A narrow white stripe, everything is brown and green everywhere. The Kitzbühel Mountain Railway has been bringing ski enthusiasts up the mountain since the end of October. It is driven not on artificial snow, but on recently fallen snow from the previous year.
The aerial view of this white stripe sparked heated discussions on social media. Climate protection activists are calling on the scene, The Austrian news portal “heute.at” also wrote.
One Twitter user notes: “Obviously, even under these conditions, the income outweighs the creation of an artificial ski slope.” Another said that the same story is repeated every year.
Go down on recycled snow
The ski area in Tyrolean had already been preparing for this slope for years before winter came. This is a good taste for ski lovers. They are pleased with the large number of visitors, including the Indian ski team. Athlete Anshal Thakur vs. ORF: “No snow all over yet and this amazing downhill band is especially for us snowboarders – a big thank you to Austria!”
Mountain railway slope managers ensure that no artificial snow is used. “We handle 100 percent old snow and use this insulating film to bring in about 90 percent of the total mass during the summer.” (ur)
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