In the Ischgl Samnaun ski area, the lifts are still open up to 1 May. So there’s still some time left to savour skiing in the spring – and it’s especially good fun on these four slopes. Why? Trisanna has the answer.
Marko Ladner is well-known as a freestyler so talented that he even cut a good figure at the Olympics. He’s had a look around the terrain park in Ischgl for Trisanna – and gives us three reasons why he thinks it’s great.
A night of superlatives for all cross-country skiers: at the first Nordic Night Race on 5 April in Galtür, anyone and everyone has the chance to compete against Austria’s cross-country elite.
If you like variety, you’ll love skiing in the spring, when the snow changes from stone-hard to as soft as butter. You need a good level of fitness, a bit of expertise and the right equipment.
If you go skiing at temperatures of minus 20 C, you don’t need to prove to anyone anymore that you look great, too. You can concentrate totally on fighting the cold. Five tips for hard-core skiers.
Now that everyone wears a helmet out on the slopes, winter hats often don’t get to see much action on winter holidays. Which means they’re picked out with greater care than ever. An overview.
People come together on ski lifts. It’s normally not very exciting, but it can sometimes be unusually enjoyable, and at others times a little bit odd. Here’s a little characterization of ski lift passengers.
A find from an old skiing library. The techniques might make us grin today, but we can still learn a lot about the origins of skiing. From a time when a snowplough was still known as a snowplough, and not a pizza cutter.
The Silvretta Arena pistes have personality. But what kind of personality? If the pistes were, say, comic book or cartoon characters, which ones would they be? A Trisanna test.
Comfort up the mountain, and sport on the way down the slopes. That’s how skiing works for most people. An awkward question: what about people who suffer from a fear of heights?
For a long time, bicycles and snow have gone together as badly as hot chocolate and sunsets. But since the arrival of the fat bike, you can go out on the mountain on two wheels even in winter – mostly downhill, though.
The avalanche risk level in Paznaun has just been classified as “very high”. A good moment to remember how dangerous avalanches are and what we can do to avoid that danger – at least in part.
Accidents happen time and again in the snow. Even if you get off lightly, it can take hours until help arrives. But least you can’t die of thirst there, can you?
23 100 skiing and snowboarding accidents took place in 2017, according to statistics from the Austrian Road Safety Board. Alpine skiing is in second place in the list of sports injuries. First place goes undisputedly to football, with 49 600 accidents. What’s happening – and why?
Stiff fingers and frozen toes are some of the more unpleasant side effects of winter. But it really isn’t so difficult to keep your hands and feet warm. Five tips to make you more comfortable.
It sounds strange, but it’s true: quite a lot of people want to experience so much during their holiday that they don’t have time to relax at all. Trisanna has five tips for planned idleness:
Winter sports enthusiasts have guessed it: most accidents happen, and most injuries occur, on the third day of the holiday. A phenomenon which can be explained – and then avoided. Here are the facts.
The Silvretta Arena is better developed than ever before (you can find all the numbers are here). But there was a time when this wasn’t the case. Here are the lift plans from 1964 to […]
The ski boot test, Part 2. After the men’s ski boot test, it’s the turn of women’s boots. The ideal ski boot combines sport and comfort, and transmits the body’s movements perfectly to the skis. TRISANNA presents the five best models new to the market this season.