The Freeride Worldtour is one of the most spectacular of sports events. This weekend, the freeriders stopped over in Kappl. Trisanna’s photo editor brings you the best Instagram images.
Jumps, spectacular runs and all of that with a downhill gradient of 60 percent or more: the Freeride World Tour is one of the most spectacular sporting events in winter sport right now. This weekend the freeriders are stopping off in Kappl.
Team Dynamic is one of Ischgl Ski School’s three show teams. This evening, the guys will once again conjure up some spectacular runs over the Prennerhang, as part of the ski school’s demo show. We spoke to them.
The skiing holiday: a time of harmony, family, togetherness and total relaxation. But sometimes it’s impossible to avoid an argument – about the right slope, the lunch break or the yeast dumplings. We asked Professor Trisanna the best way to steer through the difficulties.
Snapping your cruciate ligament is a part of ski sports. Unfortunately. For Hermann Maier, a cruciate ligament rupture is “good form for every ski racer”. What actually happens when it happens
The travel and science channel “World of wonder” has just chosen the ten best ski areas in the Alps. And the very first ski area on the list is one we know very well. You guessed it: Ischgl.
The new Gampenbahn cableway, new restaurants, new slopes, new photo points: Ischgl 2018/2019 is a bit different from last season’s Ischgl. We show you everything on the mountain that’s even better than before.
Today, the waiting’s over! The lifts are operating and the slopes aren’t just reserved for Dieter Bohlen. But, as on any first date, you can still get a lot wrong. Five tips to make sure everything goes well.
Bouldering is a challenging sport. If you want to conquer the mighty rocks, you need strength, courage and the right trainer. Trisanna was there when some very determined schoolchildren had a go for the first time in the Boulderpark Galtür.
If you think the hardest part of mountain biking is over when you’ve made it to the top, you’re mistaken. And you really should read these tips right now, before you set off on your bike into the mountains.
The Top of the Mountain Biker Summit in Paznaun continues until Sunday. One of the highlights each year is riding down the Silvretta High Alpine road. And it’s not only bikers who love it.
In recent years runners have discovered the mountains. Trail running is the in sport of the moment. But why? Five essential facts about the Silvretta Run.
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.