Not everyone wants to carry a rucksack or bumbag with them on the slopes. So most people put everything they need into the pockets of their jackets or trousers. Here are eight examples of what’s really “essential”:
TRISANNA meets up regularly with the people who live in Paznaun. The people who give the landscape its face. And who carry the landscape in their faces. Today: Johanna Bergthaler. Photos: Philipp Horak
There are few valleys with as many chapels as Paznaun. There’s a reason for this – and it offers an opportunity to explore the valley in a very special way.
This picture from the year 1900 shows a whole village, scattered across the Paznaun winter. The briefest of histories of the Paznaun mountain village of Galtür.
TRISANNA meets up regularly with the people who live in Paznaun. The people who give the landscape its face. Today: Martin Mattle. Photos: Philipp Horak
A very, very brief history of the dazzling mountain village of Ischgl (here in a picture from the year 1900). In the beginning, Ischgl was nothing but a tiny mountain farmer village, an island in the midst of the mountains:
TRISANNA meets up regularly with the people who live in Paznaun. The people who give the landscape its face. Today, the lovely 91-year-young Anna Huber from Kappl. All Photos: Philipp Horak
Yes, that’s Ischgl. That’s the view of three houses (in the foreground), which have just been built and are snuggling cosily in the Paznaun winter. And this is the winter of 1933/34.
In Ischgl a night-time ban on ski boots is in place with immediate effect. Because of safety and noise issues. Every day from 20.00. The question is: how you do you get from skiing to apres ski? Trisanna has the answer: seven alternatives. Not exactly discreet – but allowed!
A girl from Galtür called Anna Maria. A child called Joseph who didn’t know who his father was. A scandal. The story of an artist who did his own thing anyway.
For everyone who can’t live without summit experiences: perhaps the best magazine to take you on grand adventures amongst cliffs, glaciers and precipices.
At the end of the eighties, Ischgl had a problem: it was suffering from a case of mistaken identity. One single G made all the difference. International travel agencies and media kept on confusing the […]
The woman in this picture is called Luise Lexa. On her back is a type of basket known as a “kraxe”, a pack frame used to transport beans from the garden to the home. Why does Luise need to knit at the same time?