Lifts: Sunkid Comfort Star at the Alpine Ski World Championships
Mobile application of the Sunkid Comfort Star small ski lift provides a winning edge for its use during the Alpine Ski World Championships in Schladming (Austria).
However, the Sunkid Comfort Start more frequently closes the gap between the Sunkid conveyor belt and the T-bar lifts.
Sunkid Comfort Star in Niederthai/Ötztal (Austria)
Such as for example in Niederthai/Ötztal, since the beginning of the winter season: The currently installed Sunkid Comfort Star was complemented by another 377-ft (115m) long installation. Therefore, beginners now have two lifts they can use before they take a chance on the T-bar lift. While the ride up with the Sunkid conveyor belt is not a big problem for beginners, the subsequent transfer to the various T-bar lifts can have its pitfalls. So that skiers of all levels can intertwine with each other as smoothly as possible, Sunkid has added the "Comfort Star" small ski lift to its offer. This small ski lift gives the benefit of introducing the beginner to ski lift use in a simple way.
Sunkid “Comfort Star” Key Data:
Sunkid rope tow
A Comfort Star at only 787 (!) feet altitude
In this context, we would like to present the Sunkid rope tow installed at the lowest location to date. It is located in Kukmirn (Burgenland/Austria) at an altitude of 787 ft (240m) and is proving very popular this winter as well. Report from ORF - Austrian TV.)