The photo shows where the Ischgl pedestrian zone today leads into the Silverettaplatz square, in the direction of Galtür. The photographer was probably positioned on the first floor of the “Wippespension” Silvretta guesthouse, where the manager of the Heidelberger Hut, Eugen Zangerl, ran a restaurant on the ground floor. What year was it?
23 100 skiing and snowboarding accidents took place in 2017, according to statistics from the Austrian Road Safety Board. Alpine skiing is in second place in the list of sports injuries. First place goes undisputedly to football, with 49 600 accidents. What’s happening – and why?
Stiff fingers and frozen toes are some of the more unpleasant side effects of winter. But it really isn’t so difficult to keep your hands and feet warm. Five tips to make you more comfortable.
Postcards are from the Stone Age, of course. Why write postcards when you’ve got a mobile in your pocket and can send the latest photos from anywhere? We asked artist Alexandra Klobouk to draw a […]
He only became a chef by accident, loves his grandmother’s Krautfleckerl (an Austrian cabbage pasta bake) and celebrates in his restaurant a modern mixture of Asian cuisine and French brasserie. When he’s stressed, he drinks […]
Zegg and Cerlati Ischgl present the Oyster Perpetual Sea-Dweller, a technical divers’ watch waterproof today to a depth of 1,220 metres, originally designed for the pioneers of professional deep-sea diving.
This photo shows a view of the Silvretta Arena. The bird making use of the upwind symbolizes the ultimate freedom to be found high over the valley. It’s the feeling which men and women from all around the world are searching for when they immerse themselves here in a world of snow, altitude and brightness. Trisanna’s got the right playlist for it. It’s called “Free as a Bird.”
Strange shapes suddenly sprout from the snow. On closer examination, they turn out to be grotesque forms, sculptures, stories told in the midst of the landscape. What is this?
When the Paznaun poet Johann Pfeifer died in Meran on New Year’s Day 1888, hardly anyone back home in Galtür remembered him anymore. But Pfeifer had had a great career. And left a lasting legacy behind.
It sounds strange, but it’s true: quite a lot of people want to experience so much during their holiday that they don’t have time to relax at all. Trisanna has five tips for planned idleness:
Martin Sieberer lives in Kappl, works in Ischgl and is the very embodiment of the culinary passion which is prevails in Paznaun. His restaurants have won top awards, but his favourite meal is potato goulash […]
Zegg and Cerlati Ischgl present: the Ice Cube from Chopard. This multi-facetted ring is crafted from “Fairmined” certified ethical 18 carat rose gold. It is part of an edgy collection defined by geometrical shapes.
The lady on the far left of the picture is called Aloisia Lechleitner. She came from Ischgl, was 27 years old at the time of the photo and worked as a waitress. The smart clothes were part of her profession – just like the labour book which can be seen below. It’s a book which tells quite a story of tourism in its earliest days.
With its location and clear layout, the See skiing area is the favourite of many skiers and families who prefer a more relaxed pace. Philipp Horak has photographed the ski area for Trisanna – and because the woods caught his eye so beautifully from the slopes, we’ve called the playlist we’ve put together for you “Knock on Wood”.
Partied hard? Drunk too much? Had fun? Trisanna has a couple of tips to help the aftermath of yesterday’s party vanish into thin air.
She’s twelve years old, goes to school at the Neue Mittelschule Paznaun, and can ski really well. Lara Wolf is her role model, and ice-blue is her favourite coulour in winter. A Trisanna portrait of Emma […]
Four tips for a couple of really new life experiences right at the start of 2018 – provided you’re spending New Year in Paznaun.