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Politischer Bezirk Kitzbühel

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  • Day7

    Westendorf/Tirol

    March 23 in Austria

    Eine super schöne Woche geht zuende. Leider hatten wir nur am letzten Tag schönes Wetter mit viel Sonne und guter Sicht. Am letzten Tag durften wir fahren mit wem wir wollten und haben eine schöne Tour mit einer ausgiebigen und sonnigen Pause gemacht.

  • Day366

    Klettertour am Urlkopf

    Auch wenn wir nicht super früh aufgestanden sind, gab es trotzdem noch eine Mehrseillänge für uns am Urlkopf: zwar 1:45 Anfahrt, aber dann nur noch 0:30 laufen und auch eine wirklich nette Wand. Unsere Tour war die „Für unsere Mädels“ - 7 Bewertung bei angeblich top Absicherung. Es war dann zwar schön, aber nicht total sicher und auch anstrengend. Aber wir haben es geschafft :-)Read more

  • Day4

    Kitzbuhel!

    June 16, 2017 in Austria

    So ..... Ted and I checked out and strolled across the road to Munich Station where we partook of the "farmer's breakfast" x 2! Soon time to board our train to Kitzbuhel via Wogl and an uneventful journey although the weather completely changed from 29 degrees yesterday to rain! James, Jodie and Dexter met us at Kitzbuhel and we saw where they were at the "Q" team Hotel before booking into the Sportsreich Hotel which is just right for our needs! The scenery from our room is picture postcard Austria. We trecked (and it is a trek so the former broken ankle took some stick!) up to Schwarzsee (the lake where the swim is and coincidentally the name of our hotel room!) and spent the afternoon watching the elite women ( Jessica Learmonth first and Sophie Coldwelll second GBR). Quick wash and brush up before dinner in pretty and smart Kitzbuhel centre! Here we met Pieter, a Flemish Belgian who was meeting up with Evi, his Dutch friend. How lovely to meet two young Europeans and talk with them.Read more

  • Day6

    Triathlon Sunday

    June 18, 2017 in Austria

    Alarm set for 6.30 and Dexter, barely awake, dropped off by Jodie at 7.20 am so he had breakfast with us at the hotel before we trekked up to Schwarzsee. By this time James had completed the swim and was on the bike. The weather was hot and sunny, not good for triathletes but lovely for spectators. Able to catch a glimpse of James as he left transition after the bike at the start of the run and he completed with a sprint against an Austrian who left him for dead! He was not expecting to do well due to only about 10% of usual training completed because of the job and house moves in the last 6 months but he completed the course, wore the GB kit and received the finishers' medal so was well pleased with himself! We were proud to have been there and been part of it. This is a tough sport and its demands should never be underestimated. Ted and I got talking to a lady whose 39 year old son had come off his bike, badly grazed his back, elbows and wrists and who had gone to hospital as there was so much grit in his wounds. We caught up with the whole family in the car park opposite the hotel where, on return from the hospital, his legs buckled and he collapsed. Ted and his father tried to get him up but he went down again and had to be partially carried over by another 2 blokes to the hotel. We saw them all later in town as we were having lunch and James knew him. The bloke in question still looked wish-washy but was so annoyed with himself for his non-finisher status-berating himself even! The atmosphere up at the lake was great and heartening to see so many nationalities and age-groups coming together and participating in the sport of their choice. Great also to meet other GB participants and their supporters. We were at breakfast with a Geordie couple whose son was competing in the same age group as James and whose daughter actually worked at Fishermans' Friend in Fleetwood! Small world.Read more

  • Day5

    Kitzbühel Saturday

    June 17, 2017 in Austria

    Love this hotel-The Sporthotel Reisch, which dates back to 1912 and has wood everywhere especially downstairs in the breakfast room and reception, although the bedrooms are modern with a balcony and splendid views. Great buffet breakfast with lots of French triathletes about. Ted and and I explored the town which is lovely and Saturday seems to be market day with stalls selling cheese, fish, artisan crafts, samples of different booze etc. James and Jodie came to our hotel around lunchtime as James had to "set up his bike". After lunch we all walked to the large Sports Centre at the end of town where James had to register at 4pm taking his GBR triathlon suit with him for some reason. Ted and I then took Dexter with us, leaving them there to register, and went swimming at the Aquarena which is within sight of our hotel. Great facility with proper 25 metre laned pool, outside slides for the over 8s, and large leisure pool with separate baby pool. Dexter enjoyed it but was tired afterwards, had a tantrum and hard to settle. We ended up walking around with him until he went to sleep in the pushchair and managed to get ready for the evening whilst he recharged his batteries! Met J and J at The Glockenspiel again for the evening meal although James didn't arrive until around 8.30pm after he'd been to take his bike up to Schwartzsee, got his electronic tag and labels etc. An early start for us all tomorrow!Read more

  • Day3

    Wildseeloder

    August 6 in Austria

    Für heute hatten wir uns den Wildseeloder in Fieberbrunn ausgeguckt. Fieberbrunn ist zwar (wie wir dann feststellen mussten) 50km von Saalbach entfernt und liegt in Tirol, gehört aber mit zu unserem Skigebiet und somit auch zu unserem Gondelpass.
    Von der Gondelstation auf dem Lärchfilzkogel ging es steil bergauf zum Wildseelodersee, am Fuße des Wildseeloders und auf 1854m Höhe.
    Den Aufstieg zum Gipfel sparten wir uns, denn wir wollten den Blumenweg um die benachbarten Berge Henne (2.078m) und Hochhörndl (2.020m) bis hin zur Mittelstation bei der Streuböden Alm wandern.
    Da die letzte Gondel um 17:30 Uhr ging, hatten wir durchaus auch ein bisschen zeitlichen Druck, schafften die insgesamt knapp 12 km (und 600 Höhenmeter hinauf, sowie 1.000 Höhenmeter hinab) aber dann ganz prima und mit einer herrlichen Pause auf der Lärchfilzhochalm.
    Auch die Wanderung an sich und das Wetter waren einfach nur traumhaft und glücklich und zufrieden lagen wir nach dem „Salzburger Abend“ im Hotel recht früh in unseren Betten.
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  • Day51

    Hopfgarten

    June 29, 2015 in Austria

    Well, the first night at Hopfgarten everyone went out to a pub where we were all competing in a 'beer off'. Everytime you emptied a glass you would have to go to Maria for a texta mark and who ever had the most at the end of the night won! I was off to a great start but the night ended with me losing to the equivalent of around $100 AUD, sitting in the hallway having D&M's, getting dragged into my bed screaming by my arms and legs, me commando crawling out of the room past four people before running away, returning to the room to sleep on the bathroom floor where I made good friends with the toilet.
    The worst part was getting up early for the mountain bike tour. Still drunk I got up out of bed, slowly getting dressed and making my way down stairs. At this point I was still optimistic, I put my helmet on, picked up my bike and off we went. I think I rode for about ten minutes before I was off the bike and kneeling over next to the bushes on the side of the road vomiting with my tour manager and on site team member standing next to me laughing. I ended up pulling the pin on the bike riding and made my way back to the accommodation stopping several times to 'admire the scenery' haha. At least I tried, right? I asked the others 'who won the beer off?' to which I got the reply of 'no one won, everyone lost'.
    Apart from being hungover and miserable the scenery was incredible, so green and beautiful. I definitely want to return in winter to go snow boarding!
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  • Day6

    Die einzige noch offene Loipe bei der Schönangeralm war heute das Ziel von Sonja und DL. Das schöne Wetter mit viel, viel Sonnenschein☀ machte die Tour zu einem tollen Erlebnis! 🎿 Die Landschaft und Natur sind hier atemberaubend. Zum Abschluss gab es in der Schönangeralm noch eine leckere Speckknödelsuppe mit Bier und heißen Kakao mit Rum. 🍺☕
    Dieser Tag wird noch lang in Erinnerung bleiben😃☀❄

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