Ibex, chamois, marmots, and golden eagles: they belong to the Tyrolean mountain world like ski slopes and alpine pastures. But if you want to see them in the flesh, where are they? Trisanna knows where to find them in Paznaun.
Winter isn’t here yet, but summer has been over for some time. The seasons are fighting for every metre of altitude. Photographer Ronni Lorenz has taken spectacular images in the mountains around his home town […]
Markus Knoll is 52 and runs the village alpine dairy in See. He grew up and went to school in Kappl – and now has landed up one village away. He speaks to Trisanna about instinctive flair, the atmosphere up on the mountain pasture, and why the alpine dairy may never have existed were it not for his spacious garage.
Next weekend, the Almkäse Olympics – a competition for Alpine cheese – take place in Galtür for the 25th time. More than 100 Alpine dairy farmers will compete with their products and hope to win gold, silver or bronze. Hermann Huber, the chair of the Regional Culinary Delights Paznaun Alpine Cheese group, tells Trisanna exactly what it’s all about.
Ingrid Lader takes us on a short walk around the village. On the way we find several plants and herbs which don’t just taste good – they’re also healthy.