Martin Mattle is 25 and loves the mountains, sport and extremes. The man from Mathon combines all three when he runs on trails through the mountains. As one of the best mountain runners in the country, he is also taking part in the Silvretta Run, the classic mountain marathon in Paznaun.
From June 30 to July 2, the first Women’s Summer Festival will take place in Paznaun. This weekend is all about leisure time, sport and relaxation for active women. Here are our four reasons why […]
If you toil up the mountain on your bike, you’ll be rewarded in Paznaun with an enormous panoramic view. This attracts many mountain bikers. Six rules to make the very best of being together on the mountain.
Skiing in spring is an excellent idea. Particularly if you can follow the direction of the sun some of the time. Here are the best slopes throughout the course of the day.
Up until the year 2000, the drag lift up the Bodenalp provided a good service. TRISANNA has a couple of final photos and memories.
If you want to be a good skier in Paznaun, you need have to be able to master the Persura meadow without falling over. How’s that possible? That’s what ski instructors are for. Trisanna has found the best pictures and anecdotes of Paznaun ski instructors from the last century.
When the skiers and snowboarders go back to their hotels, the snow groomer drivers get to work, moving across the slopes at night to guarantee ideal conditions. We went for a ride with one of them.
What makes a cable car a really good cable car? An object lesson using the 3-S-Pardatschgratbahn as a model.
If you’re into traditional skiing but still like to spend a couple of minutes admiring the snowboarders and freestylers in the snow park, you might ask yourself: what are they talking about? A short glossary to aid international understanding.
Once again, Ischgl’s right at the front of things: when the first Snowboarding European Championships took place here in April 1991, the sport with the board was still, to put it nicely, in its infancy.
A careful look at the Silvretta Arena ski resort. Philipp Horak’s fabulous photos show us just why Ischgl’s ski resort with 45 cable railways and nearly 250 kilometres of slopes is admired throughout the world. […]
Natural snow is great, but a bit unpredictable. Which is why the snow cannons get turned on so often. But how do they actually make the snow?
Who makes a skiing holiday enjoyable? A good ski instructor. But how do you find out if you’re with the right ski instructor? Trisanna investigates. With Michael Zangerl, ski instructor.
So you have to carry your skis from the car park or the hotel to the ski lift, of course. But how do you do it? Trisanna has investigated thoroughly. And drawn conclusions. Which type are you? Hopefully, number five!
Apps are incredibly clever things – and the best of them are really useful, too. They memorize what we ourselves would quickly forget, and turn everything into cool statistics. Here’s an overview of the best ski stat apps.
Until recently, the batteries were simply too big. But new technology is now making it possible. Heated gloves are making cold, stiff fingertips a thing of the past.
When accidents happen in the mountains, it’s because something has gone wrong beforehand. TRISANNA takes a look at the most common mistakes in the mountains – and how you can avoid them.
The Paznaun Ischgl ski resort area has been connected to the Samnaun ski resort since January 21, 1979. TRISANNA tells the story.
Contributing to your safety: current avalanche warnings are available not only on special apps such as Lawine Tirol App, Snowsafe App or snowhow App (all downloadable for free on Android and iOS), but also directly on your mobile via WhatsApp. It’s really simple:
The development of the Silvretta Arena is not just a masterpiece of landscaping and engineering. It also needs money. Here you can see just how much has been invested in the joy of skiing. From […]