Ski-Challenge Tirol. 10 Challenges for True Tirolean Skiers

Tourism in Tirol has a history dating back almost 200 years and is regarded as one of the leading ski destinations in the Alps.

And this winter season there is a special adventure on offer for every skier visiting Tirol: The Ski Challenge Tirol Competition.

Taking part in the competition is easy. Download the Skiline app via the platform and enrolled in the Ski Challenge. Anyone who completes at least five of the ten chosen "Ski Challenges" will be honored as a true Tirolean skier, and will have the chance to win a five-night stay in East Tirol for two people, including half-board and ski passes (the exact location will be revealed when the winner is announced) including two VIP tickets for the TirolBerg area at the 2021 FIS Alpine World Ski Championships in Cortina d’Ampezzo, Italy, taking place from 9 to 21 February 2021.

Participants will also have the chance to win a pair of award-winning Salomon S/Force 11 skis.

The competition started on 1 October 2019 and closes at 12:00 midday CET on 15 April 2020.

The winner will be drawn at random from all eligible entries received by the competition closing date and will be notified via e-mail.

Here are 10 challenges you have to conquer this winter if you want to call yourself a true Tirolean skier.

1.- Skiing at over 3,000 meters

A high alpine challenge that every "true" Tirolean skier must have experienced is to make some turns on one of Tirol's 5 glaciers.

Tirol's glaciers ski resorts offer snowsure slopes throughout the season and well into spring.

2.-Coffee and cake in Tirol's highest café

Speaking of altitude: Café 3.440 on the Pitztal Glacier is the highest coffee house in Austria and offers its visitors a unique view. Enjoying a cup of coffee while skiing here may not be a challenge, but it is definitely a wonderful experience.

Café 3.440 Pitztal Glacier. Picture: Tirol Werbung

3.- First Tracks on the Slopes with Early Bird Skiing

Rise and shine and off to the slopes! While most people are still fast asleep, true skiers are up with the lark and ready to carve first tracks on the freshly prepared pistes as the sun appears on the horizon. The resort of Fieberbrunn in the Skicircus Saalbach Hinterglemm Leogang Fieberbrunn is one of several places offering early-bird skiing.