Günther Zangerl is 43 and grew up in Ischgl, before going to Innsbruck for many years for work. Now the qualified lawyer is back. And in one of the most important positions in all Pazanun, at that. He speaks with Trisanna about joy and responsibilty.
Roland Tschoder is 22 and in winter he’s a freelance snowboard professional. He’s recognized as the best jumper in Paznaun, and enjoys being chosen as the sickest rider in competitions. He came to meet Trisanna with his hand in plaster – which doesn’t stop him from doing jumps, though.
There are days like today, when the weather isn’t exactly ideal. Not even here in sun-kissed Paznaun. The good thing is that even if the journey to the top of the mountain isn’t worth it today, you can still experience “the top”. And even keep dry whilst doing so. Here, of course, in the Galtür Alpinarium.
Every region has its traditional old recipes. Paznaun in the past was a place where people didn’t have very much. And so back then that’s how they cooked: with simple ingredients but with a great deal of love. The Trisanna Granny, Herta Siegele, shows us just how.
Andreas Spitzer, head chef in Hotel Fliana, belongs to the squad of young award-winning chefs responsible for Ischgl’s current leading position in Alpine cuisine. He has worked in Ischgl for more than twelve months. His motto is: taste, taste, taste! Andreas Spitzer has created a highly interesting dish for Trisanna with veal, pumpkin, pak choi and onion. A recipe which beautifully combines differing tastes and textures.
In the not-so-rich history of surnames in Paznaun, “Walser” has a very particular place. Trisanna History explains what makes this name so special.
Children ask questions – and we have the answers. This time: what do fish do in winter?
Once a year, Galtür transforms into the world capital of city cross-country ski runs. It’s that time of year again today. Welcome to the Nordic Night Race, Volume II.
From the Greitspitze, the highest point in the ski area, down to Ischgl, it’s 11 kilometres. That already sounds impressive. But it gets even more impressive when you compare the number with other things which are 11 kilometres long.
At exactly 8.30, the barriers go up on the Pardatschgradbahn cable car and tourists are allowed up the mountain. Every minute counts, because skiing is never better than in the early hours of the morning. We know what we’re talking about.
DJ Ötzi is a star, and everyone knows his hits like “Anton aus Tirol” or “Ein Stern”. His concerts are usually sold out – and today the singer is guesting in Kappl. Here are five things you never knew about DJ Ötzi.
What’s the best ski area in the Alps? Ischgl. Of course. We’ve known that for a long time. But yesterday it was confirmed by Snowplaza, the most important ski portal in the German language. And quite right too, we think.
In the summer of 1970, almost 50 years ago now, the first lift was built in Kappl. Since then, development has continued apace. More and more people want to go skiing in Kappl. And for a very good reason. Here’s a short journey through time.
There’s a slope which every skier who’s ever been skiing in Ischgl is sure to know. The Prennerhang, the last part of the downhill run to the Pardatschgratbahn cable car. If you ski it late in the afternoon, it might not always be quite so much fun. But you can see the most fantastic performances on it too – this evening, for example.