HochjochTotale

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St. Gallenkirch-Gortipohl | 26.12.2018 - 27.03.2019 | we

Silvretta Montafon GmbH | Hnr. 198a | 6791 St. Gallenkirch

Vorarlberg’s longest descent

Hochjoch Totale  - Skifahren im Montafon in Vorarlberg | © Silvretta Montafon, Andreas Frank
© Montafon Tourismus GmbH Schruns, Stefan Kothner
© Montafon Tourismus GmbH Schruns, Stefan Kothner
© Montafon Tourismus GmbH Schruns, Stefan Kothner
© Montafon Tourismus GmbH Schruns, Stefan Kothner
© Montafon Tourismus GmbH Schruns, Stefan Kothner
© Montafon Tourismus GmbH Schruns, Stefan Kothner
© Montafon Tourismus GmbH Schruns, Stefan Kothner
© Montafon Tourismus GmbH Schruns, Stefan Kothner
© Montafon Tourismus GmbH Schruns, Stefan Kothner
© Montafon Tourismus GmbH Schruns, Stefan Kothner

Ski instructor Joe Tripp is already waiting for his early morning guests at the valley station of Grasjoch Bahn in St. Gallenkirch. He knows exactly what to expect from the next few hours. And his mood is correspondingly good. “The wonderful view and the peace so early in the morning are phenomenal, you can’t describe it any other way”, he says, having worked as a ski instructor for more than 20 years. “And when the sun rises exactly at the same time of our arrival, you can really speak of a perfect moment.” Winter athletes know what Joe means - while some reach for their mobile phones after the ascent and take photos, others enjoy the view at the summit station and capture it in their memories.

After a few warmup exercises they’re off. The freshly prepared, empty slopes belong to the participants of the HochjochTotale. The twelve kilometre-long descent which covers 1,700 vertical metres is very diverse with its red and blue slopes – from the high alpine starting route over the longest ski tunnel in the world to the snowy forest passages.

Arriving at the valley station in Schruns, a lift takes you directly back to the Hochjoch and to the breakfast buffet at the Kappellrestaurant. The early morning athletes have more than earned this after their exclusive high-speed descent. Delicacies such as Montafon Sura Kees (sour milk cheese), Brösel (crumbs) and other regional specialties await to fill up on energy.

And now? Now the “regular ski day” can begin. After all, it is just before 10.00 am.

 

Booking and information on Silvretta Montafon (registration required).

Price 36.00 € per person incl. mountain breakfast
Meeting place 7.20 am Grasjoch Bahn valley station, St. Gallenkirch
Registration silvretta-montafon.at, T. +43 5557 6300, register at all ticket counters until 4.30 pm at the previous day
Requirement valid lift ticket required


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Silvretta Montafon GmbH | Hnr. 198a | 6791 St. Gallenkirch

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