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Skiwelt Tour Austria

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Hi,

Has anyone done the skiwelt tour yet, which is on there website.
https://www.skiwelt.at/en/the-skiwelt-tour-clockwise.html
I have just seen it recently, 80km of skiing sounds a lot, however I'm there for 2 weeks 2nd half of of this month and think I will try it.

I've been all over the ski welt, but not on the same day, so just seeing if this can be done in one day.
My max daily km is around 42 kms, but that'ss just taking it easy, and not starting when the lifts start.

Anyway if anyone has please let me know if it was possible

cheers
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looks interesting as we're in Soll early March.

Early lift, quick lunch and good conditions it looks okay. Conditions will be the major factor in completing it I'd say. Good thing with Ski Welt is you can always cut it short if time's running out and get back fairly easily.

Not my usual 9.00 lift, 11am coffee, 1pm lunch, 3pm apple strudel stop and finish at 4 for beers in the umbrella bar !!!

Might give this a go.
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It's the queues that would scupper it. The 3 Valleys Escapade was 100 kms, so it's definitely possible. No breaks, every piste top to bottom non-stop, packed lunch and snacks on lifts. No probs.

Having skied both areas extensively, the 3Vs one is much tougher with steeper pistes and bigger vertical drops en route.
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I think it is pushing it do do one of those routes in a day, but clearly possible if you are both a good skier and very fit. Some of the lifts are quite slow which doesnt help.

Some of the lower runs in Skiwelt (eg the runs to Brixen and Hopfgarten on the south facing side of the Brixental) are notorious for poor snow, if you are going to attempt this then it needs to be earlier rather than later in the season.

Brixen could well be the ideal spot to start / finish, basically because it is in the middle. If anything were to go wrong (broken lift or whatever) then no issue getting back to base. If you were to start in Ki West and got stuck in Scheffau or Ellmau that might be a problem (though I have regularly skied from Scheffau to Ki West and back in a day). It would also be the ideal spot to do this over two days, north side one day, south side the next.

Definitely need to be on the first lift.
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