Hydro-electric power, rail travel, heat pumps and local-produced food can all lower skiing’s carbon footprint.
The Tirol’s capital is ringed with ski areas that serve up a mouthwatering range of ski terrain. Add the interest of the city itself and you’ve got a unique ski destination.
Austria…by train…from the UK? It’s surely too far – or so I used to imagine. How wrong I was.
Popular with British families since the ’60s, Gurgl is a charming, high-altitude area made up of two resorts with magnificent scenery, a long ski season and cheerful après-ski.
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