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.
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Arlberg

(German ˈarlˌbɛrk)
n
(Placename) a mountain pass in W Austria: a winter sports region. Height: 1802 m (5910 ft)
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Austrian police said that a 16-yearold boy from Australia was killed in an avalanche in St Anton am Arlberg as he was skiing with his family yesterday.
In the Ski Arlberg area, one of the world's best, the new Flexenbahn lift now links St Anton, Stuben, Lech, Zurs, Schrocken and Warth.
David Ewart, 48, an experienced snowboarder, of Hade Edge, near Holmfirth, died while on holiday with close friends in the Austrian ski resort St Anton am Arlberg.
There's a lot of help from associations such as the Pan Cyprian Academy of Ski-ing, who play a big role in the sport in Cyprus, giving young kids opportunities to train and travel; the Ski Club Arlberg, a team in Austria I've been working with from a very young age; and especially The International Olympic Committee, who have provided me with a scholarship that's hugely increased my opportunities." Closer to home, Dinos cites both his parents and his coaches (Milan Matic, Doros Christodoulou, and Micaela Holland) as well as his local gym, Body Control, as "hugely supportive through good times and bad.
The luncheon began with Scott Paton of Arlberg Sports interviewing Jonathan Baker from eqpd, Ty Bourgeois and Paul Roberts from Lithic Skis, and Adam Krefting and Dan Hallada from CushCore.
Stakeholders from national governments, energy companies and EU institutions gathered, on 29-30 March, in Lech am Arlberg, Austria, to address pressing matters related to the European energy market.
Stakeholders from national governments, energy companies and EU institutions gather, on 29-30 March, in Lech am Arlberg, Austria, to address pressing matters related to the European energy market.
The scenery in the Arlberg region, where the highest peak is 9,233 feet, is spectacular.
Horizon Field comprises 100 figures, all cast from life and standing upright, scattered at the same height- 2,039 metres above sea level--across approximately 150 square kilometres near the mountain resort town of Lech am Arlberg (Figs.
Stone Co.: Middle Fork Little Red River at Arlberg at low water bridge, E off St.
The current Arlberg Lodge is being converted into a state-of-the-art Children's Center.
There were many people killed by avalanches that year in the Arlberg and we