Doppelmayr: Sightseeing From Above – Mountain Mobility Club On Tour

This year Doppelmayr is once again presenting the Mountain Mobility Club as part of the Tour of Austria (July 2 to 7, 2024). Well-known local athletes and personalities from the tourism industry will talk about sports, culture and future topics on the mountain in a Doppelmayr gondola in front of an impressive backdrop.

The Tour of Austria is not just a sporting event. It is also a sightseeing tour through Austria. This year the Mountain Mobility Club is visiting Vienna, Burgenland, Upper Austria, Styria, Salzburg and Tyrol.

"It is important to us that we always look at our regions during the Tour of Austria. With its lakes, mountains and landscapes, Austria has everything. That is precisely why the Mountain Mobility Club powered by Doppelmayr is a perfect fit for the TOA," says Tour Director Thomas Pupp.

"Cycling is a team sport! This fact also applies to the cable car industry, because without trusting cooperation we would not be able to deliver top performance. With the Mountain Mobility Club we are consciously leaving the stage to our customers and partners and are looking forward to exciting discussions," says Jürgen Pichler, Head of Marketing at the Doppelmayr Group.

This year, ski jumper Chiara Kreuzer, trail biker Gabriel Wibmer, natural track luger Riccarda Ruetz, "wine king" Leo Hillinger and cyclist Michael Gogl will be taking their place in the Doppelmayr gondola. The event will be broadcast daily as part of the live TV coverage of the Tour of Austria.

Mountain Mobility Club Dates:

  • 2 July Prologue: Technical Museum Vienna
  • 3 July 1st stage: Hillinger Winery (Jois/Burgenland)
  • 4 July 2nd stage: Panorama Jet (Gosau/Upper Austria)
  • 5 July 3rd stage: Planai-Hochwurzen-Bahnen (Schladming/Dachstein/Styria)
  • 6 July 4th stage: Episode 1: G-Link (Wagrain/Salzburg)
  • Episode 2: Schloßbergbahn (Lienz/Tyrol)
  • 7 July 5th stage: Kaiserbahn (Kühtai/Tyrol)

The Doppelmayr Group represents quality, technology and market leadership in the construction of cable car systems for the transport of people and materials as well as high-tech intralogistics solutions. The company looks back on a 130-year history and a century of experience in the planning, development, design, production and construction of cable cars. This proven technology and the reliability achieved with it have contributed to the cable car becoming a popular and high-performance mobility solution - in ski and excursion areas as well as in cities around the world.

Further information about the Mountain Mobility Club and the episodes to watch can be found at and


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