The sun is a great companion throughout the summer in the mountains. We get up very early to watch it rising, and we enjoy the sunset over the mountain ridges. Trisanna’s music editor has put together a playlist which translates all the many aspects of sunshine in the mountains into real music.
The tenth edition of the Culinary Way of St James starts this weekend. The idea behind this unique event is well known by now: award-winning chefs from across Europe create dishes which are served throughout the whole summer in five mountain huts. Trisanna presents the chefs, their dishes and the mountain huts.
He’s been Ischgl’s mayor since 2010 and thinks the “Relax if you can” advertising slogan is a very appropriate description of this Alpine hotspot. Trisanna meets Werner Kurz, teacher and lover of winter.
He’s been mayor for a good 14 years, but addresses all of Kappl with the familiar “du” because he wants to be “on equal terms” with everyone he meets. Trisanna meets Helmut Ladner, for whom Kappl is “home and the centre of my life.”
He’s the man who knows everyone in Ischgl, and is aware of all their strengths and weaknesses. The winters are intense, and in the summer he serves the whole of Pazanun along with the other community doctors. Trisanna meets the community doctor, Dr. Andreas Walser.
He used to be a master baker. He’s been mayor of See for 29 years. The community of See is close to Anton Mallaun’s heart. Trisanna meets him for an interview.
She loves the mountains, but her passion is for bees: Marlene Pasch, head of the Ischgl beekeepers association.
He plays the trombone. His brass band music shapes Paznaun’s soundtrack. Trisanna in conversation with tourism professional Seppi Kurz.
Known as Andi by almost everyone in Paznaun, Andreas Steibl has become one of the faces of Ischgl. Born in Vienna, he runs the tourism association together with Dietmar Walser and personifies Ischgl’s motto: Relax. If you can. Here’s the Trisanna interview.
Trisanna brings you ten facts about the German pop queen which we’re sure you didn’t know before.
Date: 3 February, 1929. Location of event: Gasthaus Sonne, Ischgl. Number of people in attendance: 25. Purpose of the meeting: Foundation of the tourist office. To put it simply, this was the day when organised tourism began in Paznaun.
Ischgl’s band has a very long history – and every bit as much success. The band celebrated the end of winter on the Idalpe with an enthusiastic audience. Trisanna has all the facts and pictures of the band, which is on its way from Ischgl to brass band heaven.
She comes from Kappl and is making waves in Vienna right now. Paznaun’s Andrea Kerber, 24, has launched her own fashion label Vis a Vis, combining sporting influences from her homeland with city chic – handicraft with vision. She opened up her workshop for Trisanna.
An artistic look at the Silvretta Arena today. From our cartoonist, Alexandra Klobouk, alias Digitalex. Plus: how she created the picture, in time lapse.
A man who never runs out of ideas. Today in the Trisanna portrait: the Ischgl hotelier Günther Aloys.
It’s getting warmer down in the valley, and lighter up on the mountain. Sunglasses season has begun. On the one hand, you have the timeless classics. On the other, our Trisanna fashion editor’s research shows that 2018 is going to be a pretty varied year for sunglasses. A small, choice selection.
The beauty of the mountain world. The quality of nature. The comfortable accommodation. In the years when tourism was just getting started, the first brochures were already being printed – and future tourists were introduced to Ischgl’s best side. Trisanna has found some of the best examples.
She comes from Kappl, moved to Vienna and now spends a large part of her time back here in Paznaun: Rosmarie Ladner, commuter.