Excuse us, you can ski on the rooftop of a power plant?

Of course. Copenhill, here we come! From Olympic Munich, Toli and Ciril's team travelled to northern Germany, to Hamburg - always safe on the road with AMZS. Ciril also visited a special energy hill "Geogrwerder" above the city. Once a landfill, today a hill with two wind farms and a huge number of photovoltaic panels that provide electricity to forty thousand households in one of the green European capitals, where a lot of attention is paid to many little things. Because every step counts. At the top of the forty-meter hill, which is open to the public from March to November and offers a beautiful view of the almost two-million city, Ciril did not rest. He put on skis and fulfilled the challenge, which our golden medallist Jure Košir raised in the Christmas edition of Studio Triglav.
Copenhagen. 3207 kilometres and 38 hours of driving already behind TOLI. The Danes are also a growing role model in sustainability, and Copenhill is a model of good practice. The cleanest power plant supplies energy and hot water to as many as 700,000 households, and is also the city's recreation centre. The architectural gem offers "mountain" running, hiking, climbing, as well as "green" sledding, surfing and skiing. Ciril elegantly descended the slope and passed Jure's challenge. Luckily Nik didn't host Janja Garnbret in the studio …

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