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Ski Areas Performance

 
Ski Areas Performance

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Object Title: Ski Areas Performance

Activities: Skiing

 

Page By: Corvus

Created/Edited: Feb 7, 2008 / Jan 5, 2009

Object ID: 379078

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Ski Areas overview

The table shows all datas, downloaded by Suunto S6, about my perforamance in a specific Ski Areas.
By analising the results into the coloumn "lift time", "ride time" and "flat time" you are able to measure the performance of the ski area too.

 
Ski Areas mapping
 


Alpen Arena - Flims Laax Falera

 
Alpenarena
 

Cervinia - Zermatt

 
Cervinia - Zermatt
 


 
Cervinia - Zermatt
 


 
Cervinia - Zermatt
 

Corvatsch - St. Moritz

 
Corvatsch - St. Moritz
 

Corviglia - St. Moritz

 
Corviglia - St Moritz
 

Dolomiti Superski

 
Dolomiti Superski
 


 
Dolomiti Superski
 


 
Dolomiti Superski
 




La Thuile

 
La Thuile
 

Madesimo

 
Madesimo
 

Monterosa Ski

From a minimum altitude of 1.212 m (above sea level) to 3.260 m at Punta Indren.
180 Km of pistes cover the area's slopes:
47 Km for beginners
116 Km for intermediate skiers
17 Km black pistes

 
Monterosa Ski
 


 
Monterosa Ski
 


Images

Dolomiti SuperskiCorviglia - St MoritzDolomiti SuperskiDolomiti SuperskiMonterosa SkiLa ThuileAlpenarena
Cervinia - ZermattCervinia - ZermattCervinia - ZermattSki Areas mappingCorvatsch - St. MoritzMonterosa SkiMadesimo

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oldandslow?

oldandslow

Voted 10/10

What is this? It looks kind of like excerpts from Section 3 of the Wall Street Journal.
Posted May 31, 2008 12:27 am

CorvusRe: ?

Corvus

Hasn't voted

Datas downloaded from a watch after a day on ski. The graphs show many infos, good to define in general the efficiency of the ski area and the efficiency of myself too.
Posted May 31, 2008 8:12 am

oldandslowInteresting analysis

oldandslow

Voted 10/10

Using average meters of descent per hour over the coursse of a day (deducting time for the lunch break) as a measure of efficiency, I was surprised at the result. What do you regard to be an acceptable rate of descent per hour?
Posted Jun 1, 2008 1:23 pm

CorvusRe: Interesting analysis

Corvus

Hasn't voted

To be honest I don't know. Normally I check number of runs and total descents in meters. My best performance was done in Dolomiti SuperSki area. More than 10.000 m in one day it's difficult to repeat.
Posted Jun 3, 2008 4:48 am

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