A somewhat different winter incentive

Two exciting challenges await you

Skiing, tobogganing, snowshoeing – all wonderful winter activities, but you have probably indulged in one or some of them already, either privately or as part of a winter incentive?!

Alternatively: Are you looking for the ULTIMATE winter incentive for your team? You want to enjoy fabulous vistas, follow in eagle’s tracks and offer your employees something truly spectacular?

Maggie Childs – media influencer, speaker, moderator and coach – was in Tirol and has already tested the somewhat different winter incentive for you and your participants, as part of an exciting challenge with the Austrian National Tourist Office.

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Meeting point: Bergisel Ski Jump

Maggie was accompanied throughout the day by none other than Toni Innauer – Austrian ski jumper, Olympic champion and author.
The two meet for an initial chat and coffee above the rooftops of Innsbruck in the Sky Restaurant of the Bergisel Ski Jump and enjoy panoramic views of the Inn Valley, which is slowly awakening under the winter sun.

Challenge #1

… and the time arrives for Maggie’s first challenge. She’s going to need nerves of steel right now!
Dressed in a ski jumping suit, she heads out into the fresh mountain air and onto the “trembling beam.” Yes, you read that right: This is the launch bar from where the ski jumping stars hurtle themselves into the air at the annual Four Hills Tournament. This is no place for vertigo sufferers and the 400 m to the end of the hill suddenly look much more formidable than they do on TV. The trembling beam is where ski jumpers prepare themselves for their jump.
Maggie dares to climb out onto the beam (secured, of course) and can pick Toni’s brains on his ski jumping secrets.

Tip: Do you also want to try out the trembling beam? Then look no further than Convention Tirol’s partner Bergisel.

And what a proper take-off and jump really looks like for a professional is demonstrated by Tirolean ski jumpers Martin Nagiller and Thomas Ortner.

Challenge #2

Maggie nonetheless gets her chance to jump. Not on the big hill, but an exciting take-off awaits her in the second challenge on the fun jump.

She heads up to the top, gathers some momentum and jumps off onto the giant air-filled cushion, which ensures a soft landing. The fun jump can be perfectly integrated into a winter Olympics with several disciplines as part of an incentive or social programme.

At the end of the day, you can go all the way back to the top again, where not only 360-degree views from the Sky Restaurant terrace await, but a relaxed and special atmosphere as a celebratory end to an eventful incentive day.

Now we know what you can experience in Tirol. Even if you have meetings here, you can enjoy so much of what nature offers.

Maggie Childs

Maggie Childs demonstrates what other adrenalin-filled activities are also possible in Tirol.
And when are you planning your next winter incentive in Tirol?

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winter incentive mice challenge
winter incentive mice challenge
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