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The possibility to arrive using public transportation is conditional. The nearest bus stop is 15... more
There are three train stations within a 10 minute walk from the ski area. Scheduled buses can be... more
The ski resort is located within the Stelvio Pass National Park. Other than the one snow cannon,... more
You must climb the dunes using your own strength and there is no slope preparation, therefore... more
They close slopes when there is an insufficient snow base in order to protect the natural... more
Environmental protection is a high priority at Hovden. Unfortunately however, they still serve food... more
The ski resort makes an effort to be environmentally friendly. Bare spots on the slopes are closed... more
The use of ski buses instead of private cars is actively encouraged.
An eco-friendly ski bus transports guests for free throughout the Isola 2000 ski resort. There are... more
The ski resort can be accessed with public transportation. The signs with the FIS environmental... more
They place a high value on environmental protection in Megève. There are many buses and horse drawn... more
A 5000 square metre photovoltaic facility provides "green" power to the Winterberg all... more
The Postwiese is an FFH area (FFH stands for fauna, flora and habitat). The mountain meadows and... more
Some of the ski buses are powered with environmentally friendly organic natural gas. In general,... more
They practice soft tourism on the Proeller, but it's difficult to access with public... more
They practice soft tourism, but access via public transportation is difficult.
They practice soft tourism, but access by public transportation is difficult.
They practice soft tourism, but it is difficult to get there using public transportation.
They place an emphasis on running an environmentally friendly ski operation. They provide... more
The Hunau ski area is not accessible via public transportation. A transfer service is offered for... more
The Sahnehang is located in the Kahler Asten nature reserve, but since people have been skiing on... more
The mountain meadows surrounding Altastenberg are classified as FFH areas (Fauna-Flora-Habitat).... more
The practice soft tourism on the Zahmer Kaiser. They restrict forest protection areas and promote... more
The owner Josef Stinn's main occupation is farming and he farms the ground of the ski area himself.... more
They nurture the turf, but snow seldom falls and a large quantity of snow falls even less often.... more
The ecological footprint of such a small ski area is naturally small and thanks to the snow-making... more
The ski area is so small that it really doesn't have a negative impact. Residents from Neunkirchen... more
They practice soft tourism on the Frauenalpe. They have chosen to rely upon natural snow and so... more
The turf is protected with restricted areas. Modern snow-making equipment enables an ecological... more
The water for artificial snow production is collected in large collection pools in Zauchensee. Many... more
In general, they practice soft tourism. However, on the weekends, many residents of Vienna come to... more
They use many products from the local region. However, the production of artificial snow throughout... more
During the summer months, the glacier is covered. In the winter, they also make snow here in order... more
They place a high value on the use of local public transportation and the train connection provided... more
They practice soft tourism and only open the ski lifts when there is enough snow (natural or... more
When there is not sufficient snow, the slopes are closed and it is forbidden to ski through the... more
The mats are mounted on the floor so no grass can grow there anymore.
The operation of a ski hall is very energy intensive. However, the largest photovoltaic facility in... more
A lot of energy is required to cool the ski hall to a constant -5 degree temperature. The SnowWorld... more
You can leave your car parked in Nauders. The ski resort is easy to reach from the village using... more
There are wildlife protection zones and the use of public transportation is encouraged.
The Crans Montana Region works to provide a sustainable level of well-being for its visitors and... more
As there is a charge for practically all of the parking spaces in Leukerbad so the cars usually... more
Beaver Creek ski resort places a high priority on protecting the environment. There are numerous... more
The Breckenridge ski resort places a high priority on environmental protection. There are numerous... more
Alpe d'Huez primarily operates very modern lifts. The accommodations are located directly in the... more
They encourage the use of public transportation. The slopes have borders in order to restrict... more
They encourage the use of ski buses to access the ski resort.
They encourage the use of public transportation with ski and scheduled buses.
It is very difficult to get to the ski area by scheduled bus, so you must arrive by car. They... more
They practice soft tourism at Heutal.
Public transportation with ski buses and scheduled buses is encouraged in Lienz.
Free ski buses connect the villages of the region to the ski resort.
Scheduled bus service is available daily to Mehliskopf from Buehl, Baden-Baden and Forbach.
The Buehlertal lifts are accessible with the bus network of the Karlsruher Verkehrsverbunds... more
They practice soft tourism in Wildenthal.
Forested areas are blocked off and the FIS environmental regulations are mentioned on the trail... more
The use of ski buses is encouraged.
They practice soft tourism.
They generally practice soft tourism in the ski resort.
In general, soft tourism is practiced in the region.
The FIS environmental protection rules for winter sport athletes are posted.
They generally practice soft tourism in the ski resort.
It is forbidden to ski through the forested areas.
Les Arcs is very easy to access from the the surrounding villages. You can usually reach the ski... more
Local public transportation is encouraged.
Free ski buses connect the villages of the region with the ski resort.
They place a high value on serving regional specialties from Alta Vallentina. The village of Bormio... more
The facilities in the ski resort for snow-making and transportation of guests are very efficient.... more
The Sport Resort Ylläs features a bio energy heating system.
The ski resort implements soft tourism with Village Mont Blanc.
The ski resort is a member of Sustainable Slopes and separates the waste on the slopes. In the... more
As in the most of the US ski resorts, Whiteface Mountain also uses green energy. Unfortunately, in... more
They place a high value on the use of public transportation. Use of the Walser Skibus is free with... more
There is a comprehensive ski bus network in the villages. Snow-making is done in full force already... more
They place a high value on the separation of garbage in the ski resort. The ski bus connections are... more
The ski resort practices soft tourism and has set up quiet zones for the wild animals. The j-bar... more
They practice soft tourism. The lifts are only open when there is enough snow.
They practice soft tourism. They only open the lifts when there is enough snow.
They practice soft tourism and only open the lifts when there is enough snow.
They practice soft tourism and only open the lifts when there is enough snow. Snow cannons help to... more
They practice soft tourism. The ski lifts only run when there is enough snow. They do not have... more
They practice soft tourism. The ski lifts are only in operation when there is enough snow.
They make snow in addition to the natural snow on the ski slope. However, the season opening times... more
They practice soft tourism and only open the lift when there is enough natural snow.
The ski lift does not utilize energy-intensive snow-making equipment. Due to the usually low... more
The town of Nesselwang practices soft tourism. However, they do begin making snow relatively... more
Eco-friendly snow falls from the sky and their snow cannons are the quietest in the Alps. However,... more
Almost the entire Obertauern ski resort is heated using environmentally friendly biomass heat... more
They place a high value on keeping the desert clean. You must get up to the top of the dune with... more
The ski resort pays attention to the protection of the environment.
Most of the holiday apartments are built and operated in an environmentally friendly manner.
The Gålå ski resort practices soft tourism and places a high value on naturalness.
They place a high priority on natural construction methods and practice soft tourism.
There is a solar energy plant in Caischavedra and there is information about the wildlife... more
Forest and fauna protection areas are restricted within the ski resort.
The whole ski area is a non-smoking area. They use "Green Power".
There are signs informing guests that the forest is off limits and should be protected.
They practice soft tourism. The ski lift is only opened when there is enough snow.
Soft tourism is practiced here. The lift and the slope are only opened once there is a good base of... more
An artificial snow base is produced on the two main runs. Guests are made aware of the wild animal... more
Warning signs inform guests not to ski through the forest in order to protect it ("Es ist auch... more
They generally practice soft tourism at Rofan.
The many bus lines providing transportation to the resort enable access without cars.
The reforestation area next to the forest slope is protected by fences. There are no snow... more
There are no snow cannons and they inform guests about garbage separation. In general, they... more
The ski resort is located in one of the oldest national parks in the world. The Bogd chaan uul... more
The ski area only opens when there is enough snow. They practice soft tourism.
There is an internal shuttle between the four base stations. They offer carpools and waste is... more