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After an exciting day of skiing you will get quite curious about how many altitude meters are actually on the "speedometer"? You receive all answers within a few seconds by entering your skipass number on the Skiline website. The personal Skiline altitude graph shows the number of mountain lifts used, the slope kilometers covered and all altitude details. This diagram can be checked on the Skiline portal or printed out at the Skiline terminal at the base stations of Gaislachkogl and Giggijoch mountain gondolas.