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Joining the Girls Shred Sessions AND doing something good for the environment – is that possible? Well, we say YES!

Climate change is also one of our main challgenes to tackle: On the one side, we love winter sports, spend most of our free time in the mountains or in cars on our way to the resorts and we’re always super stoked about perfectly groomed slopes and parks. But on the other hand we know that ecological sustainability and winter sports are often hard to combine. But that doesn’t mean that we have to quit our favorite hobby! Sometimes, we simply have to change some habits!


In our new “Girls Shred Sessions” Facebook group you can connect with other shred-motivated girls and coordinate your journey to the Girls Shred Sessions jointly. If you’re looking for a lift or if you want to offer a carsharing opportunity to others, this group is the best place to get in touch with others!

This way, we also want to foster the communication within the female park community and want to provide a platform to find other fellow girls for your next shred session!

Public Transport

You can also travel to some of our sessions by using public transport!

  • Planai: Travelling to Schladming by train is super simple, because there’s a great connection and the train station is very close to the Planai West gondola. Furthermore, the cheap Flixbus runs between Graz, Schladming and Radstadt!
  • Mayrhofen: Thanks to the Zillertalbahn, there’s also a great train connection between Innsbruck and Mayrhofen.
  • Ehrwald: Simply grab a train from Garmisch-Partenkirchen or Reutte and get out at the station "Ehrwald-Zugspitzbahn". From their you hop on the bus to "Ehrwalder Almbahn". 
  • Kitzbühel: You can easily get to Kitzbühel by train or bus. The main station is about 20 minutes away from the Resterhöhe/Hanglalm. Ski buses go there quite regularly.

Of course, that’s just one little step in the fight against climate change. But, if we put all our forces together and do whatever we can do in order to reduce our carbon footprint, we can hopefully still enjoy many more winters on these beautiful mountains we love so much!

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