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Ladies skiing offer at Stuhleck this weekend

In celebration of International Women's Day on Saturday 8 March, the Stuhleck ski resort in eastern Austrian is giving female skiers discount prices on ski passes.

Women will also be able to take advantage of the Ladies Happy Hour at the resort's panoramic restaurant W11 where from 14:00 to 15:00 on Saturday they can get two drinks for the price of one.

The daily ski pass will be reduced to the special price of 33,50 Euros for women, instead of the normal 38,50 Euros.

Managing Director of Stuhleck Fabrice Girardoni has described the piste conditions at the resort as excellent. "I welcome on 8 March many sports-minded women to the Stuhleck," she said.

Families can also benefit from the free passes given to children born in 2008 or later.

Stuhleck is the largest ski resort in eastern Austria, with 24 kilometres of pistes and two five kilometre runs. It also boasts a snow park including two beginner areas , a five kilometre long natural toboggan run and a snow tubing run.

For more information, directions and prices visit www.stuhleck.com or call 03 853 270

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