Saturday, April 1, 2023

Ski area in Graubünden has to stop operating

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The Splügen-Tambo ski area has to stop operating due to a lack of snow.


Martin SchmidtEditor Economics

Hiking is now the order of the day for guests in Splügen GR: The Splügen-Tambo ski area below the Piz Tambo had to close on Monday due to a lack of snow. All seven plants in the area are idle. The “heavy rainfall and high temperatures” make it impossible for the mountain railways to continue preparing the slopes, as the railways write on their website. “20min” was the first to report about it.

On their website, the mountain railways actually advertise that the Splügen-Tambo ski area “is considered snow-sure” – the facilities start at 1484 meters above sea level and go up to 2215 meters. But snow security was once. With the mild temperatures, many mountain railways are currently having the greatest difficulty in maintaining their range of slopes.

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