Saturday, 08. March 2014 - 12:03
01. 03. 11. - 13:00
Stuhleck – One of Austria’s favourite day trip skiing destinations is celebrating International Woman's Day on 8th of March by offering special price ski tickets, drinks promotions and, hopefully, plenty of spring sunshine skiing for the ladies.
Less than an hour’s drive from Vienna Stuhleck offers first class facilities, stunning scenery and perfectly groomed pistes.
Located in Northern Styria - where the scenery has earned it the title the heart of Austria - it is in particular a top destinations for skiing day trippers from the capital who can travel there easily by train, road or bus.
Ladies can take advantage of the discount ski passes – a day pass on March 8th will cost 30.50 Euro instead of 35.50 Euro. Children under 6 can ski free when accompanied by an adult.
In the Panorama Restaurant ladies can take advantage of the 2 for 1 drinks happy hour between 14.00 and 15.00 – whilst enjoying the spectacular view.
The Stuhleck ski region offers 25 kilometres of pistes, a snow park, sledging and a snow tubing track.
For more information, visit: www.stuhleck.com
Telephone: (+43) 03853/270,
For up-to-date information about the snow, phone: (+43) 03853/333
The Spital am Semmering tourist board:
Telephone: (+43) 0664/33 22 121
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