We want to set a new record for the most important ski history company in the Alps. A team of 7 athletes will again try to follow the same route, conquer the same peaks and beat the historic record of 41 days. A team of at least 4 participants must reach Nice.

There are 1917 km in 40 days on skis to deal with.

Will it be easier and faster with new equipment, techniques and methods of today’s athletes?

Or is the human factor still crucial? Modern equipment, new techniques and today’s knowledge, can it hinder or be an advantage? How did we develop in the 48 years as a ski mountaineer? How have the Alps, the glaciers, the valleys, the huts changed over time?

It is primarily about the sporting aspects, however, the Alps change in these almost 50 years will increasingly inevitably play a part of it.

The athletes will pass the following summits and places on the route “Vienna – Nice”:

1. Vienna
2. Puchberg – Schneeberg
3. Hochschwab 2277m
4. Dead Mountains
5. Gr.Priel 2515 m
6. Bad Aussee
7. High Dachstein 3000m
8. Obertauern
9. Bad Gastein
10. Mr. Sonnblick 3105 m
11. Grossglockner 3798 m
12. Großvenediger 3666 m
13. Three-barrel injection 3499 m
14. St.Jakob i. Ahrnthal
15th high pier 3599 m
16. Vipiteno
17. Timmelsjoch
18. Vent i. Oetztal
19. White ball 3738 m
20. Schluderns Mals
21. Stelvio Pass
22. Bormio
23. Forcola di Livignio
24. Piz Balu 3905 m
25th St. Moritz
26. Splügenpass
27. Reinwaldhorn 3402 m
28. Aquilla
29. Dufour peak 3634 m
30. Zermatt
31. “Haute Route”
32nd Mt. Blanc 4807 m
33. Courmayeur or Chamonix
34. Val d’Isere
35. P. de Charbonell 3752 m
36. Briancon
37. Alpes Maritimes
38. Nice