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Pitztal, part 1 November 8, 2010

A new map with Pitztaler Gletscher and Rifflsee is here. The Pitztal is going to be complete tomorrow when we add Hochzeiger as well.

Semmering, Austria November 7, 2010

The GPS Ski Map of the day covers Semmering, Hirschenkogel and Spital am Semmering - Stuhleck.

Not Far Away November 6, 2010

Still in Carinthia, towards Italian border, there's Nassfeld Hermagor ski resort and its GPS ski map...

Carinthia Again November 5, 2010

Today's GPS ski map is even closer to Villach: it's Gerlitzen. The map also partly covers a small nearby resort of Afritz.

Around Villach November 4, 2010

Yesterday it was Bad Kleinkirchheim, today it's the GPS ski map of Turracher Höhe. And there are still several other ski resorts around Villach to be added.

More Maps, More Ortler November 3, 2010

There are still so many maps to be added, that today we had to add two. After this morning's Bad Kleinkirchheim, now it's the GPS map of Italy's Schwemmalm. After Reschen, this is the second covered part of Ortler Skiarena.

BKK Checked November 3, 2010

Another request fulfilled - Bad Kleinkirchheim, Austria. And another resort map that has yet to be improved...

Between Austria and Italy November 2, 2010

It's been French ski resort maps last couple of days, now moving east. The new ones are Nauders (Austria), Schöneben / Belpiano (Italy) and Reschen / Resia (Italy), all around Lake Reschen. As soon as there's more data available, this map will also contain Haideralm / Malga S. Valentino and Curon / Graun.

Daily Map November 1, 2010

Skidea still in France, with the map of Aravis mountain range and its ski resorts: La Clusaz, Le Grand Bornand and Saint-Jean-de-Sixt. Manigod should also be there, but the data is still missing.

Espace Lumière October 31, 2010

The ski map of one of the major ski areas in the Southern French Alps with a friendly, laid back reputation and excellent lift systems. Includes Pra-Loup, La Foux d`Allos, Seignus and Val d`Allos.