Arlberg


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Arl·berg

 (ärl′bûrg, -bĕrk)
An Alpine pass, 1,812 m (5,946 ft) high, in western Austria. The rail tunnel crossing the pass was built in 1880-1884 and is 10.6 km (6.6 mi) long.

Arlberg

(German ˈarlˌbɛrk)
n
(Placename) a mountain pass in W Austria: a winter sports region. Height: 1802 m (5910 ft)
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S16 Arlberg expressway, Perjentunnel, Geological documentation.
This federally-funded project will rehabilitate and pave Olympic Circle from Arlberg Avenue to the connecting end at Arlberg Avenue in Girdwood.
Our guide, Magnus, urged us to keep our rhythmically linked turns close together in what's known as the Arlberg Carpet, so we could have another circuit.
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Warth-Schrocken The ski area at the Arlberg is blessed with 11 m of fresh snow per year.
The Arlberg region makes for a visit during the winter, when snow is guaranteed.
The 16-year-old boy, who was skiing with his father, twin brother and an experienced ski guide, was buried under an avalanche at the resort of Lech am Arlberg, local police have confirmed.
Cameron Bespolka, 16, was crushed by tons of snow near the exclusive Austrian resort Lech am Arlberg.
Anton am Arlberg - the “Cradle of Alpine skiing” - is a snowy paradise of the highest caliber skiers.
The addition of Canyons to the Epic Pass comes on top of dramatically improving the benefits of the Epic Pass this year by adding full season access to Eldora Mountain Resort in Colorado, five days at five resorts in the Arlberg region in Austria, including St.
The scenery in the Arlberg region, where the highest peak is 9,233 feet, is spectacular.