Barrier-free Winter Vacation With The Monoski

In the Alpbach Valley, wheelchair travel easily on the ski slope. Winter holiday in the Tyrolean mountains is usually a challenge for wheelchair users. But not so in the Alpbachtal Seenland region. Because here people with handicap can experience almost limitless vacation. Maybe it also helps a bit: the ski school director Sepp Margreiter, who never gave up skiing despite wheelchair. Sepp Margreiter was for many years an avid ski instructor. Until he was critically injured in 1999 when woodwork and remained paraplegic. A traumatic experience for the ski school director and father of three.

But so quickly Margreiter did not give up. Instructors can be in a sitting position. And because he is just like on the slope and would like to convey the love of skiing children as well as adults, he does it again today with the Mono-ski. The equipment provides unimagined ways to discover the wintry mountain landscape Rolli riders. The ski wheelchair consists of a spring-loaded seat is mounted on a slightly wider skis. At also small skis are attached, so that the Mono skiers can pull its curves sweeping the ski poles. In the ski resort of the Alpbach Valley, there is the suitable slopes both for beginners and for advanced Mono skiers. And also on the lifts and gondolas, experienced personnel on the skiers with a handicap is well prepared.

Especially the Poglbahn at Inneralpbach and Reitherkogelbahn in the nearby Reith are perfectly suitable for mono skiing. So both before and after skiing runs, Moser family from the torrent of Justice has designed their apartments accessible: wider doors, accessible showers, sink slider and kitchenettes, suitable beds, low light switch and more. For years, is found in Alpbach with the label Golden wheelchair”award. Special courses and the best option, pave the way for a winter holiday without limits. By the way, the mono skiing for skiers without handicap is an interesting variant. Press release: MMag. To know more about this subject visit real-estate developer. Gabriele Griessenbock press,. Photos, Public Relations Alpbachtal Seenland tourism centre 1, 6233 Kramsach Tel.: 05336 600 600



November 8th


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