Oberstdorf: Christian Hatt Receives Award From Minister Hubert Aiwanger

Holiday makers ensure that both guests and locals can spend special hours in the Bavarian tourism businesses. Christian Hatt from the OBERSTDORF • KLEINWALSERTAL BERGBAHNEN is part of the campaign of the Bavarian Tourist Association and was recently honored as such by the Minister of Tourism, Hubert Aiwanger, at a gala evening: "It is impressive how the players and employees in the local tourism industry work with enthusiasm, drive and joy contribute to the positive perception of the holiday destination Bavaria," says Aiwanger's invitation.

"We create differently"

Not only is he proud of the award as a 'holiday maker' - Johannes Krieg, CEO of the 2-country mountain railways, is also happy with him: "Thanks to technicians like Christian, our systems run smoothly and so we can offer our guests a safe and high-quality journey guarantee on the mountain. Maintenance involves a lot of work and know-how. Christian and his team do an excellent job and the entire team of the 2-country mountain railway is happy about the award," says Krieg.

The cable car doctor at the Nebelhorn

Christian Hatt is an old hand in his job: "I've always worked in this industry. I did my apprenticeship at the Fellhornbahn and then ended up at the Nebelhornbahn – for 12 years now.” In his daily routine, the 35-year-old takes guests to the high alpine summit and takes care of the technical infrastructure. “At the OBERSTDORF • KLEINWALSERTAL BERGBAHNEN we 'work' differently. Here at over 2,000 meters, the job is very varied – and I also enjoy it a lot,” says Ha

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