Save the Date
Over 300 traditional costume wearers are going to the 3rd Int. KÄSTLE Dirndl ski day on 7 April 2018 in Lech Zürs am Arlberg.
The Kästle Dirndl ski day is a lot of fun on the slopes when colourful traditional costume dresses are worn for skiing.
Also in spring 2018
At the end of the ski season, following last year's success, even more skirts will be waving over the slopes of Lech Zürs am Arlberg this year. The 7th of April 2018 is therefore a must for all ski fans who love to ski.
No race for the fastest time and no striving for the best line make the 3rd Int. KÄSTLE Dirndl ski day to what it is. It's the pretty ladies in their beautiful traditional costume dresses that draw all attention when they slide over the slopes and move to folk music sound in their ski boots in the snow. Not only the men in lederhosen can be carried away to get into the party, but also the skiers and snowboarders stop at the edge of the piste to make room for the dirndl gaudi on skis.
The 3rd Int. KÄSTLE Dirndl Skiing Day is to become the biggest Dirndl skiing day in the Alps and the runway at the Lech Schlegelkopf is to be completely covered with girls wearing Dirndl, at least for the first common downhill run. This time also the guys in traditional costumes are invited to join in the celebration.
Legendary After Party
Also in 2018 it will be celebrated afterwards in Dirndl and Lederhosen. The tickets are in great demand, because if the magical limit of 300 participants is exceeded, everyone on the guest list gets an additional goodie. Of course, all Kästle equipment can be tested again.
After the joint retreat, the party continues at the Rüfi 900 celebration in the Postgarage Lech. The music becomes louder and the atmosphere reaches its climax when the participants of the Dirndl Skiing Day join the party.
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We wish all participants a lot of fun at the 3rd international Kästle Dirndl ski day in Lech Zürs am Arlberg.