There’s been a female snowboarder crew in Ischgl for a couple of years now. The Shred Chix don’t just mix it up in the fun parks and on the powder slopes, but do a whole lot more besides. Which is why we met up with them.
Have you always asked yourself how influencers produce those elaborate stories? Trisanna’s picture editor has the answer.
In winter, so they say, Ischgl isn’t a village any more – it’s a metropolis. That’s when people from almost every part of the world are bustling around down in the town and up in the mountain. But in ski gear, everyone looks pretty much the same. Or can you work out where these people are from?
It’s snowing – and HOW! The people who really know all about it are the ones who saw more snow here in Ischgl than a city dweller might see in their whole life – and who shared the most fascinating moments on Instagram. Like our Instagrammers of the Weekend.
An occasional series discussing the big questions of skiing – questions with only yes or no answers. Today: is it ok for a couple to wear the same skiing gear?
Today the Trisanna photo editor shows you how to write a message in the sky with Light Painting – and which apps you need for it. So you can send your friends and followers another little farewell message at the end of the year. (Or of course a “Welcome to 2019” as well)
This is where we take an occasional look at the big moral questions in the daily life of a skier. Such as how should we react to people who just yank open the cablecar window even though it’s really cold and snowing?
The festival of joy and of the family – this is why most people (at least those who don’t work in tourism) celebrate Christmas at home in their own four walls. That’s a mistake. We have five good reasons why Christmas is best celebrated in a hotel.
“Don’t be a drudge, take a sledge.” And it’s true, there aren’t many things which are more fun than tobogganing. But which sledge should it be? Our friends at the “Sueddeutschen Zeitung” (SZ) newspaper ran a test recently – with the following result:
What does someone from Paznaun mean when they say “Schneaflocka” and other strange words? Trisanna has the answers, of course – and brings you an introduction to the finest points of a very special language, right here. (It means snowflake, or “Schneeflocke” in German, by the way, but that’s an easy one).
Next weekend is on its way, and with it the next outing in the snow. To make the time in the car pass a bit more quickly, we’ve put together the perfect playlist for your journey to Ischgl.
Ski exercises. Always annoying – but absolutely essential for anyone who wants to survive a day on the slopes. We’ve come up with an idea on how you can combine hard work with fun. We call it The Disco Workout.
This is where we take an occasional look at the big moral questions in the daily life of a skier. Such as how to deal with people who push in shamelessly at the lifts.
There’s quite a lot going on in Ischgl on a beautiful skiing day. We’ve had a very close look and discovered that 94,671 people can be carried up into the mountains every hour by all the lifts together. And then again in the next hour. And then again. That’s the equivalent of:
Spring is on its way. Time for the high art of après ski, according to our wonderful illustrator Francesco Ciccolella.
We measure the temperature in degrees, of course. Celsius. Or is it Fahrenheit? Haven’t we also heard something about temperatures in Kelvin? What does it all actually mean on a scale of zero to one hundred?
Swallow every wave. Balance out every bump. Feel the speed. Wish deeply that this ride never had to end. This Paznaun dream is drawn for us by the illustrator Francesco Ciccolella.
Skiing without losing your balance. Swallowing each wave. Letting the snow spray up. Feeling the speed. Wishing deeply that the descent never had to come to an end. This Paznaun dream has been drawn for […]
We’ll tell you this much: the answer is a word which you’re sure to now – and which is cunningly connected with winter. Here are a couple of well-known words or phrases, turned into picture puzzles by Ernst, our cartoonist. How many can you get right?